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					DİYARBAKIR MİLLİ EĞİTİM
MÜDÜRLÜĞÜ (MEM)
INTEGRA, 13-14 January 2011, Roterdam
Diyarbakır
   Diyarbakır Situated on the banks of the River Tigris,
    it is the administrative capital of the Diyarbakır
    Province with a population of almost 1.5 million,
    and it is the second largest city in Turkey's South-
    eastern Anatolia region, after Gaziantep and it is
    the 7th big city in turkey.




                Şahin DEMİRKOL, Serkan EKMEN, INTEGRA   13.01.2011
Diyarbakır
   17 towns,
   791 villages,
   428.000 students in primary, secondary and high
    schools(%98 young population is in education
    system)




                Şahin DEMİRKOL, Serkan EKMEN, INTEGRA   13.01.2011
Diyarbakır
   Within Turkey, Diyarbakır is famed for its culture,
    folklore, and watermelons. The population of
    Diyarbakır is made up predominantly of Kurdish
    people. Rural to urban movement has often been the
    first step in a migratory pattern that has taken large
    numbers of Kurds from the east to the west. Diyarbakır
    grew from 30,000 in the 1930s to 65,000 by 1956, to
    140,000 by 1970, to 400,000 by 1990, and
    eventually swelled to about 1.5 million by 2009.




                Şahin DEMİRKOL, Serkan EKMEN, INTEGRA   13.01.2011
Diyarbakır and migration
   Diyarbakır gets migrants from rural areas and
    people migrating from Diyarbakır to metropolis of
    Turkey like İstanbul, İzmir and Ankara.




                Şahin DEMİRKOL, Serkan EKMEN, INTEGRA   13.01.2011
Population rates in ages, 2009




           Şahin DEMİRKOL, Serkan EKMEN, INTEGRA   13.01.2011
  Provincial in-migration by places of residence, 2000


2000 yılı daimi

ikametgahı
Permanent
place                                Toplam                  Şehirden şehire          Köyden şehire          Şehirden köye           Köyden köye

of residence                          Total                 From city to city       From village to city   From city to village From village to village

İn 2000                          A            B       C           B             C           B         C          B           C           B           C




Toplam- Total             6 692 263 3 643 375 3 048 888    2 110 130 1 757 849       639 319 528 966 730 646          611 872      163 280    150 201



Denizli................
..                         101 431    53 590      47 841     22 518     19 576        10 297      9 080     15 509     13 980        5 266       5 205

Diyarbakır.........
...                        109 499    61 067      48 432     32 535     24 547        10 476      7 503     15 310     13 755        2 746       2 627

Edirne................
..                          45 839    26 822      19 017     17 124     12 239          4 505     3 368      4 129      2 578        1 064         832

Elazığ.................
..                          54 065    32 187      21 878     19 902     13 061          5 444     3 583      5 293      3 767        1 548       1 467


                                              Şahin DEMİRKOL, Serkan EKMEN, INTEGRA                        13.01.2011
 Provincial in-migration, out-migration, net migration and
 rate of net migration, 2000

2000 yılı daimi                 2000 yılı daimi

ikametgahı                   ikametgah nüfusu                                                       Net göç hızı

Permanent place             Population by place                                                          Rate of

of residence                of residence in 2000      Aldığı göç     Verdiği göç        Net göç     net migration

in 2000                                      (1)     In-migration   Out-migration   Net migration             ‰


Toplam- Total                       60 752 995        4 788 193        4 788 193               0               0


Denizli..................              773 169            57 412          42 207          15 205           19,86

Diyarbakır............                1 176 390           62 996         111 060        - 48 064          -40,04

Edirne..................               361 227            35 973          41 079          - 5 106         -14,04

Elazığ...................              513 839            36 075          48 438        - 12 363          -23,77




                                  Şahin DEMİRKOL, Serkan EKMEN, INTEGRA      13.01.2011
Immigration by provinces, 2000


    A- Toplam- Total   B- Erkek -
Male C- Kadın - Female

İl

Province                                               A                     B         C



Toplam-Total                                     234 111               130 762    103 349


Denizli..................                          3 962                 2 209      1 753

Diyarbakır.............                              836                   527       309

Edirne...................                          1 318                   777       541

Elazığ....................                           914                   675       239




                             Şahin DEMİRKOL, Serkan EKMEN, INTEGRA   13.01.2011
Education Level (Diyarbakır)




         Şahin DEMİRKOL, Serkan EKMEN, INTEGRA   13.01.2011
Education Level of Migrants from Diyarbakır




              Şahin DEMİRKOL, Serkan EKMEN, INTEGRA   13.01.2011
Education Level of Migrants to Diyarbakır




               Şahin DEMİRKOL, Serkan EKMEN, INTEGRA   13.01.2011
Migrants from France in Diyarbakır

   Family lived in France about 18years and their children
    lived there for 10 years. Some of their children were
    borned there. But later this family decided to come
    back to Diyarbakır because of cultural problems. (Their
    financial situation was better in France. Father of the
    family was the owner of the construction company and
    they did not have financial problems in France.) They
    thought that their family ties will be damaged there
    and this was their reason to come back. After their
    coming our institution -MEM- was helped them to get full
    academic recognition for their children and they
    continued their education in Diyarbakır.

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Şahin DEMİRKOL, Serkan EKMEN, INTEGRA   13.01.2011
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Migrants from Diyarbakır to Europe

   Women migrants from Turkey are not working at France. They started tol ive in
    France after they got married with Turkish person who is citizen of France. Most of
    them are children of people who came France 1970’s. Because of this, those women
    are in subjection to their husbands. Those women do not have French friends and
    they are in touch with the Turkish families who are living in France and they are
    isolated to other communities in France.
   Those women are feeling good with someone who are living like them, they have so
    many common interests and problems. The second reason of this isolation is; people
    afraid to be part of French culture. Those women afraid to be free because they
    think that when they are free they will lose their personal values. Because of this
    they do not want to integrate and need to French society. They are still imaging
    about 1970’s Turkey. After social and cultural changes, Turkey started to take
    place in Europe but they still dreaming about the Turkey in 1970’s. Because of this
    problems Turks in France can not take place in France society. One more problem is
    language. Language problems bring less-communication. Without communication
    they cannot go shopping, cannot use public transport cannot tell their problems to
    doctors and they can not explain about themselves clearly and they can not solve
    their social problems with French people…


                        Şahin DEMİRKOL, Serkan EKMEN, INTEGRA   13.01.2011
Sample work on migrants in Diyarbakır




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    THANK YOU




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