Completed Projects

I KNOW MY RIGHTS, I WANT YOU TO KNOW THEM TOO

The project has been implemented in Gaziantep, Konya, Istanbul and Ankara provinces. Special guidebooks for each province have been prepared with the name of “I Know My Rights, I Want You to Know Them Too”which have been publicized through workshops, training and networking activities. The guidebooks basicly involve the social

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SUSPENDED LIVES & PERCEIVED LIVES PROJECT

Within the scope of the European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights (DİHAA) programme, the Project funded by the EU was carried out with the mutual cooperation of Association for Solidarity with Asylum Seekers and Migrants (SGDD-ASAM) and Research, Documentation and Training for Social Work (SEBAV). The activities conducted within

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REFUGEE ASSISTANCE PROJECT IN NEVŞEHİR AND KAYSERİ

Diversified Support Centers which provided service in Nevşehir and Kayseri cities between 2012-2014, supported resident refugees and asylum seekers in these cities to benefit from health and social services with primary health care service specialists, psychologists, field workers, trainers and contractor lawyers. Refugees and asylum seekers caught the opportunity of

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EU CIVIL SOCIETY DIALOGUE PROJECTS

Migration Network in Europe and Turkey The project aimed to ensure exchange of information and experience among the non-governmental organizations in Europe and Turkey and to maintain the communication between the organizations. This project aspired to improve the dialogue between the institutions in the context of migration and asylum policies

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PEACE AND ART CENTER

The center operating in Gaziantep offers the opportunity for refugees and asylum-seekers to spend time in a peaceful environment by focusing on arts, sports and training activities. Within the scope of the activities, choir activities, a book club at the center’s library, chess and football tournaments, art activities such as handiworks and

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REFWORK

Supported by the British Embassy of Ankara, the project features; Online self-counselling resources for refugees which aim to deliver practical information regarding access to rights and services, An online and printed guidebook titled ‘Working with Refugees’ which is primarily a collection of experiences and recommendations for all actors who conduct

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LEGAL CLINIC

The Legal Clinic, launched in Ankara with the collaboration of UNHCR, Directorate General of Migration Management, Yıldırım Beyazıt University and SGDD-ASAM, offered free counselling services between 9 May 2016 – 31 January 2017 for asylum-seekers and refugees who came to the clinic or reached the clinic by phone to receive

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