A Turkish food market in Capel Street,
A Turkish barber shop in
Turks in Ireland ( Turkish: , İrlanda Türkleri Irish: ) are Turcaigh in Éirinn Turkish people who live in Ireland having been born elsewhere, or are Irish-born, but have Turkish roots. By Turkish roots, this could mean roots linking back to Turkey, the island of Cyprus or the communities of the Turkish diaspora.
Population [ edit ]
According to the 2011 Irish census, there are 1,029 Turkish nationals living in Ireland.
During the time of a 2005 strike against the [3 ] GAMA Turkish Construction Company, socialist news websites reported that they alone employed 900 [4 ] [5 ] to 2,000 [6 ] Turkish workers. The Turkish embassy may have an investment in down-playing the number of Turks in Ireland given the negative reception of [7 ] Turks in other European countries, such as German Turks, Dutch-Turks and French-Turks. Thus, overall the number of Turkish descendants living in Ireland is estimated at 2,000-3,000. [2 ] [2 ]
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Notable people [ edit ]
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ , Office of the President of Ireland Remarks by President McAleese at Irish Community Reception, Istanbul, Turkey, 25th March 2010 , retrieved 2010-09-06
^ a b c Lacey 2007, 154.
^ "Migration and Diversity", Census 2011 (Central Statistics Office) , retrieved 2013-04-15
^ Barry 2006, 2.
^ sovietpop (2005-05-11), "Turkish builders strike in Ireland", Anarkismo , retrieved 2009-01-31
^ Dewhurst 2009, 2.
^ Boyd, Steven (April 2005), , Socialist Party GAMA Scandal: Workers fight slave wages , retrieved 2010-09-05
^ , Irish Turkish Business Association About us , retrieved 2010-09-06
^ , Turkish Association of Ireland About us , retrieved 2010-09-06
^ , Turkish Irish Educational and Cultural Society About us , retrieved 2009-01-31
^ Oisin Gallery. "Paul Güven" . Retrieved 2011-03-18.
^ Last FM. "Abs Breen" . Retrieved 2011-03-18.
^ Herald Scotland. "Genclerbirligi sign St Mirren's Billy Mehmet and hope Hearts’ Michael Stewart will follow" . Retrieved 2010-08-27.
^ The Economist (2010-10-27). "Family memoir The Q&A: Joseph O'Neill" . Retrieved 2011-03-18.
^ Kibris Gazetesi. "Sesimizi dünyaya duyuran genç bir yetenek: ANGEL-I" . Retrieved 2011-03-18.
Bibliography [ edit ]
Barry, Mick (2006), We are workers not slaves: the story of the GAMA struggle, Dublin: Socialist Party of Ireland, OCLC 71284523
Dewhurst, Elaine (2009), "Access to justice and the impact of delay on migrant workers in Ireland", Cork Online Law Review ( http://www.ucclawsociety.com/: University College Cork Law Society) 8 , retrieved 2010-09-06
Lacey, Jonathan (2007), "Exploring the Transnational Engagements of a Turkic Religio-Cultural Community in Ireland", Translocations: The Irish Migration, Race and Social Transformation Review 1 (2) , retrieved 2010-09-06
Further reading [ edit ]
Lacey, Jonathan (2009), "The Gülen Movement in Ireland: Civil Society Engagements of a Turkish Religio-cultural Movement", Turkish Studies 10 (2): 295–315, doi: 10.1080/14683840902864051
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