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Austrian parliament to pass Islam bill despite opposition 25 février 2015

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Deutsche Presse-Agentur (DPA) Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Vienna

A majority of Austrian parliamentarians are expected to pass a divisive bill on Wednesday that aims to curb foreign influence on local Muslims. (suite…)

The Impact of Refugee Crises on Host Labor Markets: The Case of the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Turkey 24 février 2015

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IZA Discussion Paper (Institute for the Study of Labor) No. 8841, February 2015

Yusuf Emre Akgündüz, Marcel van den Berg, Wolter Hassink *

The civil war in Syria has culminated into major refugee crises in its neighboring countries. By the end of 2013 more than half a million people were seeking shelter in cities and refugee camps in Turkey. (suite…)

Dual Citizenship in the Transnational German-Turkish Space 10 février 2015

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IPC-Mercator Policy Brief, February 2015

Barbara Pusch *

Parallel to the consolidation of the transnational German-Turkish space, dual citizenship has become an important point of conversation as the status of dual citizenship provides transnational actors with the legal framework to operate as full members within both Germany and Turkey. (suite…)

Le stage, « super expérience » ! 8 février 2015

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La Montagne (France) dimanche 8 février 2015, p. Riom-14

Géraldine Messina

Demet Yilmaz a découvert le service de médiation culturelle des musées de Riom Co. (suite…)

À 21 ans, Musa Meric a déjà la taille patron 3 février 2015

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Le Progrès (France) mardi 3 février 2015, p. Supp. Eco5

Franck Bensaid

Vaulx-en-Velin. Musa Meric détient le record de précocité de notre palmarès des patrons de moins de 30 ans qui ont créé leur boîte malgré la crise. (suite…)

« On peut être turc et faire de longues études » 17 janvier 2015

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L’Est Républicain (France) samedi 17 janvier 2015, p. NCY11
Nancy

Questions à Selda Bulbul, responsable de l’association

L’association NAKE (Maison culturelle d’Anatolie de Nurhak) organise un séminaire d’orientation à destination des jeunes de la communauté turque dimanche dans ses locaux. (suite…)

Islam expert Nilüfer Göle: ‘a new Europe where Muslims play a great role’ 14 janvier 2015

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Euronews, 14/01/2015                                                                                   Français  Türkçe

Bahtiyar Küçük

After the terrorist attack on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, not only France but many across the whole of Europe came together against it. (suite…)

Réunis autour du curé et de l’imam, ils étaient eux aussi tous Charlie 10 janvier 2015

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Le Progrès (France) samedi 10 janvier 2015, p. La Haute-Loire et sa région-8

Damien Nore

Sainte-Sigolène. Les hommages se poursuivent en Haute-Loire après l’attentat terroriste contre le siège du journal satirique « Charlie Hebdo ». (suite…)

« Nous sommes attaqués par des personnes qui utilisent la religion » 10 janvier 2015

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Le Télégramme (Bretagne) samedi 10 janvier 2015, p. FIN1

Marc Revel

Il ne s’est quasiment jamais exprimé publiquement depuis son arrivée à Quimper il y a trois ans. Sitki Türk, imam salarié de l’état turc pour cinq ans dans la capitale cornouaillaise, a tenu, hier, à appeler tous les musulmans au rassemblement prévu demain. (suite…)

Special Study of Islam 2015 8 janvier 2015

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Religion Monitor (Bertelsmann Stiftung) January 2015                                     Deutsch

Dirk Halm, Martina Sauer, Kai Hafez, Sabrina Schmidt, Richard Traunmüller *

Most of the four million Muslims living in Germany are part of the country’s social fabric. Their attitudes and viewpoints very much reflect the Federal Republic’s basic values, such as a belief in democracy and diversity. (suite…)

Migration Resulted from the Attacks on Sinjar and Kobane, and Turkey’s Humanitarian Assistance 28 décembre 2014

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Review of Regional Affairs (ORSAM) No.18, December 2014                       العربية  Türkçe

Firuze Yağmur Gökler *

ISIS’s attacks in August and September towards the regions in Sinjar where majority of the population were Yazidis and Kobane where Syrian Kurds were living led thousands of peoples to leave their homelands to save their lives. (suite…)

Native-Immigrant Gaps in Educational and School-to-Work Transitions in the Second Generation: The Role of Gender and Ethnicity 24 décembre 2014

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IZA Discussion Paper (Institute for the Study of Labor) No. 8752, December 2014

Stijn Baert, Frank Heiland, Sanders Korenman *

We study how native-immigrant (second generation) differences in educational trajectories and school-to-work transitions vary by gender. (suite…)

Imperial City 7 décembre 2014

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The New York Times (USA) Book Review, Sunday, December 7, 2014, p. BR 84

By Jason Goodwin

Every now and then, there’s a story that needs to be told. It may come in a film or a novel, but it often arrives as a history. These days, we need a history of Ukraine and one of Syria, and we also need Charles King to trace the making of modern Istanbul. (suite…)

Bilingues à l’écrit comme à l’oral 24 novembre 2014

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La Montagne (France) lundi 24 novembre 2014, p. Riom-16

Géraldine Messina, Riom

Un cours d’Enseignement de langue et culture d’origine (Elco) turc au collège M.-de-l’Hospital. Une fois par semaine, le collège Michel-de-l’Hospital ouvre ses locaux pour un cours de turc. (suite…)

Syrians in Turkey: Social Acceptance and Integration 18 novembre 2014

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Report (HUGO) November 2014                                                                                   Türkçe
The Hacettepe University Migration and Politics Research Centre – HUGO

M. Murat Erdoğan *

The Hacettepe University Migration and Politics Research Centre – HUGO, conducted comprehensive research on the social acceptance and integration of Syrians in Turkey, who escaped from the initial conflict and subsequent civil war, which is ongoing in their country since April 2011 (suite…)

Olivier Roy « Je me bats contre les préjugés sur l’islam » 30 octobre 2014

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Pèlerin (France) no. 6883, jeudi 30 octobre 2014, p. 4-7

Sophie Laurant

Philosophe, sociologue, ce spécialiste de l’islam politique a débuté sa carrière en apprenant les langues orientales et en voyageant dans les montagnes afghanes. (suite…)

L’ASC Turquoise, couleur turque 28 septembre 2014

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Le Parisien (France)  dimanche 28 septembre 2014, p. 26

Arnaud Detout

ASC Turquoise. Le club porte le nom d’une couleur — du bleu tirant vers le vert. A priori, aucun lien direct au pays d’origine de la grande majorité de ses 250 licenciés. Sauf, peut-être, les cinq premières lettres de cette couleur… (suite…)

2000 Families: identifying the research potential of an origins-of-migration study 11 septembre 2014

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NORFACE Migration Discussion Paper, No. 2014-07, September 2014
NORFACE Research Programme on Migration *

Ayse Guveli, Harry Ganzeboom, Helen Baykara-Krumme, Lucinda Platt, Şebnem Eroğlu, Niels Spierings, Sait Bayrakdar, Bernhard Nauck and Efe K. Sozeri

Despite extensive recent advances in the empirical and theoretical study of migration, certain critical areas in the analysis of European migration remain relatively underdeveloped both theoretically and empirically. (suite…)

Unwanted, Unwelcome: Anti-Immigration Attitudes in Turkey 10 septembre 2014

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German Marshall Fund of the United States, September 10, 2014

Emre Erdogan *

As immigrants in Turkey became more visible, so did a previously hidden problem: the intolerance of Turkish citizens toward immigrants. Several surveys reveal that Turkish citizens have a less than welcoming attitude regarding immigrants, and this attitude is often fanned by politicians and the media. (suite…)

Turkey’s New Diaspora Policy: The Challenge of Inclusivity, Outreach and Capacity 25 août 2014

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IPC-Mercator Report, August 2014

Kerem Öktem *

Turkey has many expatriate communities abroad, as well as communities of various origins, whose members reside within its borders and feel connected to other states or regions. (suite…)