Fatmanur Delioglu is a PhD student at the Balsillie School of International Affairs, Wilfrid Laurier University. Her interests are centered around integration policies, refugee solidarity networks, gender, border policies and social cohesion.
Fatmanur Delioglu completed her BA in Political Science and International Relations at the Yildiz Technical University, in 2016 with a dissertation on Syrian Refugee Women: The Case of Fatih District in Istanbul. She has a Master Degree in Political Science and International Relations from Istanbul Sehir University/Marmara University. Her master thesis about Syrian Refugee Women’s Solidarity Networks Through Kitchens. She worked as an intern researcher at institutions such as Gender and Diversity Institute in Kiel, Germany (2016), Istanbul Policy Center(2019) and Migration Research Center at Koc University (MiReKoc) (2019 Summer Term). She also participated in a research project analyzing Turkish media coverage of Syrian refugees at Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Lund University (2018). She took part as a researcher in a TUBITAK project on place and belonging in 2020.