As the Association of Assostance Solidarity and Support for Refugees and Asylum-Seekers (MSYD), we are working to ensure that disadvantaged groups that are directly or indirectly affected by human and natural crises have access to basic rights, law and services and also focusing on social cohesion in migrated regions.
Acting with the awareness that the most important investment is to be made to people in terms of access to basic services and building a life worthy of human dignity, we aim to bring together people and sectors who are active in or interested in the field of migration and refugees with the "Conversations While Migration".
MSYD regularly conducts interviews with the participation of academics, researchers, writers, journalists, community leaders, imams, students and persons who are actually conducting or subject to migration activities within the scope of capacity building and sharing of knowledge and experience. In this context, the concept of ’Migration’ embraces the idea that the sooner we become acquainted with migration, the sooner the work on ensuring the access of immigrants to basic services will be witnessed by all of us.
In this context, "Conversations While Migration" tells its participants its first hello, and all actors in the humanitarian field set out with a perspective of unity on the axis of experience sharing. The series of interviews will then be published in the form of “Early Interviews”, and it is planned to contribute to the formation of literature related to the field.