ANSAMED - Migranti: metà siriani in Turchia vorrebbe restarci in futuro
ISTANBUL – Oltre la metà dei rifugiati siriani in Turchia vorrebbe continuare a viverci anche in futuro. È quanto emerge da uno studio condotto dalla compagnia di ricerca Ipsos insieme alla Human Development Foundation (Ingev). Secondo la ricerca, effettuata attraverso interviste faccia a faccia con un campione di 1.282 siriani in 10 province che ospitano un’alta percentuale di rifugiati, soprattutto nelle zone di confine nel sud-est della Turchia. Un’affezione al Paese di adozione testimoniata anche dal fatto che siriani 3 su 4 vorrebbero poter ottenere la cittadinanza turca: un’eventualità ipotizzata in passato dallo stesso presidente Recep Tayyip Erdogan, pur senza mai specificare la platea effettivamente interessata né i criteri per avere il nuovo passaporto. Continue reading…
SOLinternational - About 75% of Syrian refugees in Turkey want to get citizenship – Reports
A fresh poll revealed on Thursday that nearly 75 percent of Syrian refugees accommodated in Turkey seek acquiring the country’s citizenship, local media reported. According to the survey conducted by the Ipsos Research Company and INGEV (Human Development Foundation). 52 percent of Syrians living in Turkey want to continue living in the country. Continue reading…
INFOMIGRANTS - Half of Syrians in Turkey would like to stay
A research carried out by the Ipsos Research Company and Human Development Foundation (Ingev) has revealed that an estimated three-fourths of Syrians in Turkey would like to become citizens.
Over half of Syrian refugees in Turkey would like to stay and live in the country in the future, according to a study carried out by the Ipsos Research Company together with Human Development Foundation (Ingev).
DAILYSABAH - Syrian businesses in Turkey provide 100,000 jobs
Since their arrival in the country as refugees, Syrian businesspeople have been actively participating and contributing to the Turkish economy. According to the latest statistics, around 8,100 firms with Syrian capital provide approximately 100,000 jobs in Turkey.
Hürriyet Daily News - 74 percent of Syrians in Turkey want Turkish citizenship: Poll
Some 74 percent of Syrians who fled their war-torn country to seek a better life in Turkey have said they wanted to obtain Turkish citizenship, according to a poll carried out by the Humanitarian Development Foundation (İNGEV) and IPSOS. Some 52 percent of the Syrian respondents said they were planning to build their future in Turkey, the poll showed…
Hürriyet Daily News - Best districts to live in Turkey revealed
Turkey’s top 18 districts in terms of human development are from the country’s biggest cities of Istanbul, Ankara, Bursa and Antalya, while the 11 districts that scored lowest were in the east and southeast, an Istanbul-based foundation has revealed.
In its “Act*Human Human Development Summit” held in Istanbul on Jan. 25, the Human Development Foundation (İNGEV) presented its recent research in which 150 district in 30 Turkish provinces were evaluated based on 50 criteria that were chosen more…
IBC - INGEV - ACTHUMAN SUMMIT
INGEV Foundation organized the ACT Human- Human Development Summit at Istanbul Swiss Hotel on 25th January 2017 to increase the awareness of human development in our country and strengthen the place of social awareness of business sector.The summit took place with the participation of senior executives from business sector, government and local authorities as well as NGO’s. more
BEŞİKTAŞ MUNICIPALITY - Beşiktaş has been selected the best district in Turkey in the Economic Situation Index and Education Index categories
İNGEV (Human Development Foundation) has recently conducted a research with the title ‘Human Development Index – Districts (İGE-İ)’ based on the districts throughout Turkey and the results of the research have been announced.
Beşiktaş took the 1st place in the ‘Economic Situation’ and the ‘Education Index’ categories and also took the 3rd place in the ‘Main Index’ category. more…
ÇANKAYA MUNICIPALITY - ÇANKAYA HAS BEEN RANKED AS FIRST OF TURKEY FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Çankaya Municipality has been ranked as first of Turkey in all categories in the field of “Human Development and Life” in the research conducted by Human Development Foundation, which was presented at the Act * Human Development Summit hosted by Human Development Foundation (İNGEV).
Mr. Taşdelen: “We invested in people and environment for a livable city. We just worked and only worked for people”. more…
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