SESRIC





Joint Reports

The Centre collaborates with other national, regional and international organizations to prepare studies on subjects that are of mutual interest of collaborating institutions.

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A Socio-Economic Survey on the Syria Palestinian Refugees in the Republic of Turkey

The 13th Islamic Summit Conference (Unity and Solidarity for Justice and Peace) held in Istanbul, Republic of Turkey in April 2016 called for support and scaling up the program of economic empowerment for the Palestinian people and called upon governments, private sectors, organisations and individuals to contribute to its resources. As a response to this call, the partnership titled “Syria-Palestinian Employment and Entrepreneurship Development (SPEED)”, was launched by the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) Group. A socio-economic survey covering Syria Palestinian refugees in Turkey was conducted under the SPEED Project in the second half of 2018. For the survey, SESRIC and Turkish Red Crescent designed a questionnaire with active support from all partners of the SPEED Project. Based on the inputs collected, SESRIC prepared the current analytical report which aims at reflecting the Syria Palestinian refugees’ experiences and challenges in Turkey and suggesting actionable recommendations to improve their economic and social well-being.

Human Rights Standards and Institution in OIC Member States

SESRIC in cooperation with the OIC Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission (IPHRC) prepared the report “Human Rights Standards and Institution in OIC Member States” to address the growing human rights concerns and efforts of the OIC Member States. The report thoroughly examines the human rights framework in the OIC Member States by drawing attention to its existing human rights norms, standards and institutions. The report also investigates the human rights violations toward Muslims in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Myanmar and the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir as these violations have an immense impact and influence on the OIC’s human rights framework.