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If, however, the skill distribution of immigrants is the same as native workers, then immigration will have no effect on either wages or employment of native workers (Dustmann, Glitz, & Frattini, 2008). (...) Empirical evidence suggests that new immigrants in a skill group do not affect demand for native workers in the same group as negatively as they affect demand for other similar immigrants (Peri, 2016). (...) The spatial correlation approach exploits the variation in the density of immigrants across regions to identify the causal effects of immigration.
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Score: 1631996.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/people-f...elfare-of-host-communities.pdf
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Printing - LAW OF THE SEA (National legislation) © DOALOS/OLA - UNITED NATIONS Page 1 National legislation - DOALOS/OLA - United Nations asdf Decree by the Council of Ministers, No. 86/11264, dated 17 December 1986 ARTICLE 1 The Turkish exclusive economic zone in the Black Sea established for the purpose of exploring and exploiting, conserving and managing the living and non-living resources of the waters superjacent to the seabed and of the seabed and its subsoil of maritime areas adjacent to the Turkish territorial sea and protecting other economic interests in the Republic of Turkey. (...) By taking into account the Turkish Legislation and in accordance with equitable principles in order to achieve equitable solutions. (...) ARTICLE 3 In the Turkish exclusive economic zone in the Black Sea vessels of other States shall enjoy the freedom of navigation and the aircraft of other States shall enjoy the freedom of overflight.
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Score: 1590877.3 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...S/PDFFILES/TUR_1986_Decree.pdf
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Taking into account official EU statistics, Germany hosts 72% of Turkish immigrants in the EU; France is home for 90% of Algerians, 72% of Tunisians and 45% of Moroccans; Spain and Italy hosts respectively 20 and 13% of Moroccans, and Italy receives 16% of the Tunisians migrants living in the EU. (...) The absolute majority lives in Nordrhein-Westfalen which has the largest population of Turkish, Lebanese, Jordanian, and Syrian immigrants. (...) Dominating presence of Turkish immigrants is observed also in the following federal states: Baden- Wurttemberg (18%), Bayern (13%), Hessen (11%), Berlin (7%) and Niedersachsen (6%).
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Score: 1580732 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../pdf/expert/11/P04_Gallina.pdf
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Taking into account official EU statistics, Germany hosts 72% of Turkish immigrants in the EU; France is home for 90% of Algerians, 72% of Tunisians and 45% of Moroccans; Spain and Italy hosts respectively 20 and 13% of Moroccans, and Italy receives 16% of the Tunisians migrants living in the EU. (...) The absolute majority lives in Nordrhein-Westfalen which has the largest population of Turkish, Lebanese, Jordanian, and Syrian immigrants. (...) Dominating presence of Turkish immigrants is observed also in the following federal states: Baden-Wurttemberg (18%), Bayern (13%), Hessen (11%), Berlin (7%) and Niedersachsen (6%).
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Score: 1577056.8 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...df/other/turin/P04_Gallina.pdf
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Can Date and place of birth: 16 May 1954, Ankara Place of residence: Ankara, Turkey Nationality: Republic of Turkey United Nations working languages: English (advanced) Current position/function: Head of Department of Political Science and International Relations of the Istanbul Ayvansaray University, since May 2018 and Director of Migration Research Center, 2019 Main professional activities: Retired from public service on October 15, 2007; Labour Counsellor at the Turkish Embassy, Berlin, 2003-2007; Director General for Services to Turkish Workers Abroad at the MLSS, Ankara, 2000-2003 (as Deputy Director General, 2000); Advisor to the National Security Council, Ankara, 1998-1999; Labour and Social Security Attaché at the Turkish Consulate General, Hamburg, 1993-1998; Advisor at the Prime Ministry (Department of Turkish Citizens Abroad), Ankara, 1992-1993; Advisor to the State Minister at the Prime Ministry, Ankara, 1991; Held several positions at the Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MLSS) in Ankara and Turkish Consulate Generals in Germany, 1979-2007; Other main activities in the field relevant to the mandate of the Committee on Migrant Workers: 2016–2019, Member of CMW (Currently Vice-Chair of the Committee) 2000–2003, Participation at several EU conferences and meetings; 2000–2003, Participation at different Council of Europe Ministerial Conferences; 1997–2000, Member of Working Party on Migration at the OECD; 1985–2003, Participation at ILO Plenary Sessions and Committee Meetings; 1985–1989, Member of Committee of Experts on the Application of European Convention on Social Security (SS-AC) at the Council of Europe; (1987-1989 Chairman of the Committee); Educational background: Univ. (...) Ankara 2015 - Book chapter: “The Role of Turkish Immigrants on Economic and Political Relations between Germany and Turkey” Elif/Nuroğlu/Ela Sibel Bayrak/Enes Bayraklı (Ed), Turkish-German Affairs from an Interdisciplinary Perspective. (...) Can Ünver, Perspectives, Expectations and Suggestions of the Turkish Business Sector on Syrians in Turkey”. Turkish Confederation of Employer Associations.
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Score: 1572108.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...CMW/Elections2019/CanUnver.doc
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Score: 1559349.6 - https://www.unhcr.org/neu/3562...onavirus-disease-covid-19.html
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Taking into account official EU statistics, Germany hosts 72% of Turkish immigrants in the EU; France is home for 90% of Algerians, 72% of Tunisians and 45% of Moroccans; Spain and Italy hosts respectively 20 and 13% of Moroccans, and Italy receives 16% of the Tunisians migrants living in the EU. (...) The absolute majority lives in Nordrhein-Westfalen which has the largest population of Turkish, Lebanese, Jordanian, and Syrian immigrants. (...) Dominating presence of Turkish immigrants is observed also in the following federal states: Baden- Wurttemberg (18%), Bayern (13%), Hessen (11%), Berlin (7%) and Niedersachsen (6%).
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Score: 1460520.9 - https://www.un.org/development...les/200605_egn_p04_gallina.pdf
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During the last 30 years especially Kurds living on Turkish and Iraqi state territory have encountered a permanent warfare with changing intensities. (...) Since Kurds in Europe, too, are perceived juridically and socially as "Turkish, Arab or Persian immigrants or are stigmatised as potential terrorists. (...) Just to give an example: A mother with two children, whose husband was killed by so- called unknown forces while she was raped by Turkish soldiers, now has been waiting for 10 years for the Dutch authorities decision on her asylum application.
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Score: 1457588.3 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...ree%20Women_s%20Foundation.pdf
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This constitutes a violation of article 13 (1) of the Code of Criminal Procedure and article 29 (2)–(3) of the Constitution; (j) The six Turkish nationals were not offered legal counsel, in violation of article 12 (6) of the administrative instruction on the return of aliens residing illegally in Kosovo; (k) The Department for Citizenship, Asylum and Immigration, by not being involved in the expulsion operation, did not fulfil its obligation to provide travel documents for those Turkish citizens who did not possess travel documents. This constitutes a violation of article 8 (1) and (3) of the Law on Foreigners; (l) The Division for Readmission and Return of the Department for Citizenship, Asylum and Immigration, by not being involved in the expulsion operation, did not fulfil its obligation to verify the identity of those Turkish nationals who did not possess identifying documents and to organize their return. (...) This constitutes a violation of article 108 (3) of the Law on General Administrative Procedure; (w) By amalgamating elements from the forcible removal orders and the removal orders, the Department for Citizenship, Asylum and Immigration and Aliens maximally restricted the opportunity of the six Turkish nationals to exercise their right to appeal.
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Score: 1456196.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de..._47_Advance_Edited_Version.pdf
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Taking into account official EU statistics, Germany hosts 72% of Turkish immigrants in the EU; France is home for 90% of Algerians, 72% of Tunisians and 45% of Moroccans; Spain and Italy hosts respectively 20 and 13% of Moroccans, and Italy receives 16% of the Tunisians migrants living in the EU. (...) The absolute majority lives in Nordrhein-Westfalen which has the largest population of Turkish, Lebanese, Jordanian, and Syrian immigrants. (...) Dominating presence of Turkish immigrants is observed also in the following federal states: Baden-Wurttemberg (18%), Bayern (13%), Hessen (11%), Berlin (7%) and Niedersachsen (6%).
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Score: 1456022.9 - https://www.un.org/development...unpd_om_200606_p04_gallina.pdf
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