Stolen Childhoods: Migrant and Refugee Children in EuropeSemester Course

Major Discipline(s)
Child Development, Human Development, Human Rights
Elective Course
Fall/Spring semester

This course focuses on the human rights and developmental issues surrounding displaced and exploited children. Through a variety of sources and methods, investigate how displacement affects children and families, and how their presence affects the European countries that receive them. Broaden your understanding of the issues children face globally and critically engage with issues and possible solutions.

Related Discipline(s)

This course would also be of interest to the following discipline(s):
International Relations, Sociology


Salim Aykut Ozturk

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

Ph.D. in Anthropology (University College London, 2020). MA in Migration and Diaspora Studies (School of Oriental and African Studies, London 2010). MA in Political Science and International Relations (Bogazici University, 2009). BA in Political Science and International Relations (Bogazici University, 2007). Quantitative and qualitative researcher with work and field experience in Istanbul, London and Jerusalem. First book, “Mobility and Armenian Belonging in Contemporary Turkey: Migratory Routes and the Meaning of the Local” (London: IB Tauris) forthcoming in 2022. Currently working on a second book, “An Island that is No More: Politics and Placemaking in Istanbul.” With DIS since 2021.

Sociology, Salim Aykut Ozturk