Although migration is conceptually used to define the physical/spatial relocation of a person, the causes and conditions in itself are analyzed with cause and effect relationships such as sociological, economic, touristic, security and legal. The phenomenon of forced migration, which stands out in migration studies today, has been separated from other types of migration by legal regulations such as the 1948 UN Convention on Human Rights and 1951 Geneva Convention.
Forced migration studies is a relatively young discipline compared to other disciplines of social sciences but yet human history has witnessed many tragedies and changes caused by forced migration.
In this context, we propose a certified training program called “Forced Migration and Humanitarian Aid Programs” for individuals who are interested in researching and working in the fields of Forced Migration and Work. It is aimed that the participants who complete the program will gain competence in the following subjects.
Fundamental Principles of Humanitarian Work
Basic Guidelines for non-govermental organizations working in the humanitarian field:
Program, Finance, Logistics, Observation and Evaluation
International and National Case Management Models
Main Determining Actors in the Field of Migration
It is aimed that the participants who have completed the program successfully will find easy to find a job in public institutions (Ministries, TIKA, AFAD, Directorate of Migration etc.), international institutions (UN Organizations, ECHO), diplomatic missions, national and international non-govermental organizations.