Saturday , 23 September 2017

News from IMPR Humanitarian

IMPR and ADASO jointly send message of cooperation in foreign employment

IMPR ADASO Conference on Employment of Foreigners and Work Permits

The International Middle East Peace Research Center (IMPR) and Adana Chamber of Industry (ADASO) held a meeting entitled “Employment of the Foreigners and Work Permits” with the contributions of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Member of the board of Adana Chamber of Industry Süleyman Baş said, “We should leader no live together. Because if they do not ...

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IMPR Humanitarian attended TAYSAD HR Meeting

IMPR Humanitarian increases cooperation with labor and employer associations. Representatives of UNHCR and Turkish Employment Agency (İŞKUR) attended Human Resources meeting, which was organized by Association of Automotive Parts and Components Manufacturers (TAYSAD) and TOSB Organized Industrial Zone, alongside IMPR Humanitarian. The subject of legal employment of Syrians under Temporary Protection within the scope of a social responsibility project was ...

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IMPR Humanitarian conducted Child Marriage Awareness Panel in Ankara

Child Marriage Awareness Panel

Child marriage is a critical human rights violation affecting children’s and women’s rights to health, education, equality, non-discrimination and to live free from violence and abuse. Regarding on these violations, IMPR Humanitarian conducted Child Marriage Awareness Panel for refugee women together with implementing partners of UNFPA upon the issue of child marriage, its health effects, legal and ecclesiastical dimensions by experts in ...

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Turkish courses aimed at Syrians under Temporary Protection residing in Küçükçekmece continue

Turkish Language Courses Kucukcekmece Municipality

Turkish language courses aimed at Syrians under Temporary Protection and which are being jointly conducted under the coordination of International Middle East Peace Research Center (IMPR), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and Küçükçekmece Municipality Directorate for Strategy Development. Turkish language courses for adults which was opened in Sefaköy Culture and Arts Centre and Turkish courses for children opened in ...

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On 23 April, 23 Syrian children visited Ali Rıza Altunel, General Director of MoNE

Ali Rıza Altunel

Within the scope of April 23 National Sovereignty and Children’s Day events organized by IMPR, 23 Syrian children who are attending primary and secondary schools in Turkey, visited the Ministry of National Education General Director of Life Long Learning, Mr. Ali Rıza Altunel in his office. The Syrian children thanked the Turkish people in the person of General Director Mr. ...

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IMPR celebrates National Sovereignty and Children’s Day

IMPR celebrated this year’s National Sovereignty and Children’s Day, which is unique event in Turkey emphasizing all the world’s children as successor of the future, with all children. This year’s events for Children’s Day have been marked providing safe environment with happiness, encouraging children to participate community for friendship and expressing their own feelings through sports, art and learning activities. ...

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IMPR continues its large-scale education outreach campaign

Turkey is currently host to more than three million refugees, almost half of whom are children. Education for school-age children is a key challenge, with 500,000 children enrolled in formal education across the country (in Turkish schools and Temporary Education Centres), while an estimated 370,000 remain out of school. Turkey has made progress in reducing the out-of-school children rate from ...

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On World Health Day, drawing attention to the depression for refugees in Turkey

World Health Day

On the occasion of World Health Day, which is celebrated on 7 April, IMPR Humanitarian is drawing attention to the importance of increasing awareness on depression aiming to make people more aware of depression and the fact that it can be prevented and treated, to have people with depression seek help; and family, friends and colleagues of people living with ...

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IMPR has launched vocational training courses for refugees in Turkey

As IMPR Humanitarian, with the support of UNCHR and partnership of Uludağ University Continuing Education Center, we are going to start our vocational courses’ first classes on 10 April 2017. The vocational courses that will be opened was determined based on the requests from the beneficiaries and in the fields where there are more employment opportunities. At the end of ...

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