Project Results 2018
As part of their master's thesis or project work, the students worked on sub-topics of the project theme "Humanitarian Access: Pathways for Refugees from Transit to Safe Havens". The research deals with the impact of refugee movements and current migration policies.
Extraterritorial Asylum Processing, Family Reunification, Resettlement:
"Extraterritorial Asylum Processing by EU Members States: Legal and Social Perspectives"
"The Role of Social Work within the Resettlement Process in Pre-departure and Post-arrival Services"
"The Impact of the Transit Period on Syrian Refugees and the Role of Social Workers: The Case of Syrian Refugees Seeking Family Reunification from Lebanon to Germany"
Decision-making processes of refugees and (social) impact of refugee movements on education, health, child protection:
"Supporting Decision-making Processes of Syrian Refugees: Empirical Research on Expectations and Prospects ‘On the Move’"
"The Impact of Displacement on Gender Roles: Syrian Refugee Women in Jordan"
"The Impact of Internationally Funded Rehabilitation Projects on the Jordanian Public Schools Environment after the Syrian Crisis"
"The Needs of Unaccompanied Minors in Jordan: The Social Work Perspective"
"Family Structure and Its Impact on Child Labour: The Case of Syrian Refugees with Single Head Households at Urban Areas in Jordan"
"Social Worker’s Services in the Field of Child Maltreatment Prevention at Urban Areas in Jordan"
"Syrian Civil War"
"Barriers for Education among Syrian Refugee Girls"
"The Turnout of Syrian Refugee Women for Family Planning Methods in Zaatari Camp"
"Medical Services for Syrian Refugees in Jordan"
Social Work Intervention with Refugee Children:
"Effective Social Intervention in Relation to Child Labor and their Wellbeing"
"The Convenient Work with Syrian Refugee Children Who Experienced Incest in Lebanon"
"The Influence of Displacement on Syrian Children with Cancer in Jordan: A Call for Advocacy"