Filling in the Gaps: Migration Reform in Turkey | World Policy Institute
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Turkey is transforming from a country of emigrants to immigrants. Over the last 20 years, Turkey has become a destination for regional migrants seeking economic opportunities and political and humanitarian asylum. Subsequently, the government has recently taken legislative action to reform relevant migration policies. Its new liberalizing policies are certainly a relief to many refugees and asylum seekers, but when it comes to long-term integration, has Turkey set the necessary foundation for this vulnerable group?