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Conflict Responsive Patterns of Labour Migration from Hatay, Turkey to the MENA Countries
Conflict Responsive Patterns of Labour Migration from Hatay, Turkey to the MENA Countries

Author(s): Ibrahim Sirkeci, Selver Özözen Kahraman, Berrin Gültay, Ibrahim Sirkeci, Vedat Çalışkan
Subject(s): Geography, Regional studies, Labor relations, Migration Studies, Socio-Economic Research
Published by: Transnational Press London
Keywords: MENA region; migration; labor migration; Hatay; Turkey; conflict responsive patterns;
Summary/Abstract: The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region comprising 21 countries has been through crises and drastic political changes since 2010 along with having had a protracted history of armed conflict. These crises, including civil wars and international military interventions, have caused disruption in terms of the demographic structure and processes (see Yucesahin and Sirkeci, 2017). Turkey has not only become one of the largest immigration countries mainly because of conflicts in the MENA region, but also has been one of the largest labour exporting countries to these countries.

  • Page Range: 113-137
  • Page Count: 25
  • Publication Year: 2019
  • Language: English