Turkey became the world’s biggest refugee host country by the 2016 figures and the country is hosting more than 3,1 millions of refugees from all around the world apart from Syrian and Iraqi origin people.
Refugees leave their own countries through conflicts, wars, political reasons either by force or by their own will they came to Turkey to be based here and most of them use Turkey as a bridge to travel to wealthier countries. My main aim was to emphasize that problem from belongingness issue. There are two sides of that problem, in the first hand the refugee person who lives in another country whom is foreign to any customs and cultural reality and try to survive without having a legal paperworks and being stateless, on the other hand of the problem is those refugees are loosing their hopes of living and fading away from the society which they are becoming more outsider.
Conclusion, these two concepts of existence and non-existence situations in a society that refugees are facing made my main point for this project.