Gabriele Cloeters

The gender-aspect of Syrian migration in Turkey: Approaches of Non-Governmental-Organizations towards female Syrian refugees

Gabriele Cloeters

Gabriele Cloeters

Fellowship
IPC Fellowship
Granting institution
Partner institution
Period of the Fellowship
September 2017 - September 2018
Project
The gender-aspect of Syrian migration in Turkey: Approaches of Non-Governmental-Organizations towards female Syrian refugees
Project description

The overall aim of the project is to contribute concrete recommendations for policy-makers and key stakeholders regarding gender-sensitive approaches towards refugees. Additional outcomes include strengthening binational cooperation between Turkey and Germany, developing common action strategies, and stimulating academic exchange.

Short biography

Gabriele Cloeters studied Turkology and history at the University of Hamburg. Her dissertation research is entitled “The perception of gender-based violence in feminist media free spaces.” Her research focuses on feminist newspapers’ discussion of violence against women in Turkey from the 1980s until today. Her research project was supported by the university’s fund for gender equality at the University of Hamburg, where Cloeters held a graduate scholarship in the Department of Turkology. Cloeters is interested in current issues of integration and asylum policies as well as minority policies in Turkey.