Brookings Institution makes the case to grant Syrian refugees the right to work in Turkey’s agriculture sector

As part of a research initiative funded by Tent, the Brookings Institution’s Kemal Kirişci and Gokce Uysal Kolasin explain why employing Syrian refugees in Turkey, specifically in the agriculture sector, would be beneficial to Turkey. 

The researchers argue that “agriculture presents a fruitful area for cooperation,” positing that if refugees were able to find jobs and contribute to society, the Turkish population’s perceptions of Syrian refugees would improve.

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