SOCIAL COHESION UNIT

Social Cohesion is at the focal point of the services provided by the Refugees Association. This department, which was established to contribute to the culture of coexistence of local people and asylum seekers living in Sultanbeyli, carries out activities for social cohesion.

The main purpose of the activities we carry out as the department; It is to increase the interaction between the host society living in Sultanbeyli and the Syrians who have started to participate in the common life in this district, to enable intercultural communication and to support social cohesion, based on the belief that the differences of two peoples sharing the same place enrich us.

WHY IS SOCIAL COHESION IMPORTANT?

It is very important for the welfare of that society that the members of the society we live in or various groups live together respectfully for each other’s differences, within the framework of human rights.

STRONG COMMUNICATION

It is necessary to support the existence of a society which is in dialogue and a strong communication in order to prevent the groups that live in isolation from each other.

COOPERATION

It is very important to carry out poltics which aim to keep different parts of society in dialogue and cooperation.

WHAT DO WE DO?

Activites of Social Cohesion Unit can be counted in 7 main headlines.

OUR ACTIVITIES

Activities which carried out within the scope of social cohesion…

As of 2011, in the light of issues taking place in Syria, the world experienced a migration movement that it has never lived before.  In the past years, Turkey hosted a massive refugee population with the migration movements from different countries and it became the country which has the biggest  refugee populatin in the world after arrival of Syrian refugees.  

GALLERY

STATISTICS OF 2021

Statistics on the acvities of Social Cohesion Unit.

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Number of Activities
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Number of Beneficiaries
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Number of Different Beneficiaries

Gender Distribution:

MALE

1277

34.4%

FEMALE

2435

65.6%

Age Distribution:

0-17 Age: 1433
38.6%
17-59 Age: 2169
58.4%
60+: 110
3%

Nationality Distribution:

Syrian
54.6%
Turkish
39%
Others
6.4%