Family reunification of Turkish migrants in Belgium and the Netherlands: a comparative study of legal consciousness in light of evolving policies

Description: This research focuses on the perceptions and experiences of Turkish migrants in Belgium and the Netherlands in relation to family reunification. From a sociolegal perspective it examines how they experienced this process and what their perceptions are regarding family reunification. Through in-depth interviews the researcher wants to gain deeper understanding in how perceptions of these people interrelate with policy changes over the years. This research aims to answer the central question how legal consciousness interrelate with evolved laws and policies.
Promoter(s): Ellen Desmet
Researcher(s): Ayse Güdük
Faculty / Faculties: Faculty of Law and Criminology
Period of time: 2018 - 2023