Collective residencies / Migration and refugee movements in the 21st century / Olot


From Tuesday, 1 February 2022 to Friday, 11 February 2022

student in Migration Studies, freelance researcher


Idil Alabay is a graduate student in Migration Studies from Turkey. She graduated from TOBB University of Economics and Technology from International Relations department as a major, and also Psychology as a minor. After that, she completed her MA thesis focusing on ethnic self-identficiation and collective action strategies of different level of immigrants living in suburbs of Ankara/ Turkey. Currently, she is working as a freelance researcher.


"Love your neighbor" is an expression which almost every culture, religion, and, community has. In recent harsh times that we firmly came to face all over the world, civil wars, political and economic crises, climate change, refugee issues and finally Covid-19 pandemic told us our ties and borders. While some of us lose our cultural sensitivity in these processes, some of us support being more humble, sharing, and anti-racist movements in the world. All this state of “goodwill” starts with recognizing each other as an independent individual has rights and loving to share an atmosphere that we live.

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