Kubilay Kaan Cumur
"In times of social and technological upheavals worldwide, it is important to carry out research, to capture the pulse of the times and to give deeper insights into the considered facts. Especially in highly developed states, such as Germany, it is important to analyze the underlying order or disorder in the terms 'refugee' or 'migration'. What does it mean if, according to the UN, at the end of 2018, 70.8 million people worldwide have to flee because of conflicts? What does it mean for the refugees; for the affected country losing valuable human resources; for the transit countries and for the countries of destination of this migration? I am not looking for answers in this research project. The motivation is to give voice to people affected by organized violence and forced migration and to tell their story."
- Since August 2019: Student Assistant at DFG-Project "Forced Migration and Organized Violence: A comparative study in Europe and the Americas" and Chair of Sociology Organization/Migration/Participation of Prof. Dr. Ludger Pries
- Since February 2019: Language learning accompaniment at "FerienIntensivTraning" - FIT in German.
- Since April 2019: Self-employed at the Alfried Krupp School Laboratory for the project "Gods, Festivals, Rituals"
- Since January 2018: German teacher at Bochum Bildungszentrum e.V.
- Since 2017: Student of Social Sciences (B.A.) at Ruhr-Universität Bochum
- Theories of Conflict
- Language Education of forced migrants
- Sociology of Migration