FAMILY COUNSELING UNIT
It refers to all activities aimed at respecting the rights of the individual in accordance with human rights law and international humanitarian law. Our aim is to inform and guide the needs of individuals, to try to minimize the degree of sensitivity by detecting specific sensitivity situations, to increase capacity, and to calm situations that may pose a dangerous risk. This process is carried out on a mutual basis, it is operated at the request and consent of the individual who came to the consultation.
Protection/Protection Unit provides consultancy services to people who apply without discrimination, in any language, religion, race, gender, religion, or to those that are not aware of sensitivities and to provide consultancy services to do the necessary guidance.
WHAT DO WE DO?
As a result of sensitivity assessment interviews conducted both during field visits and with clients who have applied to the association, a follow-up is initiated in accordance with the identified issues and needs. It includes planning, evaluation, guidance, and follow-up processes aimed at determining, eliminating, or minimizing sensitivity.
Individuals covered by international and temporary protection or prospective candidates who have not yet been included in this coverage may apply to the Refugee Association.
In order for clients to receive services from the Refugee Association, their priority is to register with the Social Support system on the ground floor. Then, regardless of the requests of the individuals applying, they are first referred to the Protection Unit. The Protection Unit creates a maintenance plan in accordance with the findings and initiates a case tracking process by conducting internal and external guidance.
STATISTICS OF 2021
Statistical information which belongs to activities Protection unit.
Gender Distributions by Case Status:
Age Distributions by Case Status:
*Children are between 0-17, adults are 18 years old and over 18 years old.