Syria has been embroiled in a civil war since 2011. Since the beginning of that war, more than two million refugees have fled their homes and many migrants have left the country (Yardley and Pianigiani 2013; Semple 2014). While many of the people migrate to neighboring countries such as Turkey and Lebanon, others make their way to Europe or the United States, both legally and illegally(Stevis 2014). The war and migration have even had some negative impacts on education in Syria (UNICEF 2013).
Provide details about the migration of people from Syria since the beginning of its civil war in 2011, including a discussion of the push and pull factors in migration as well as the destinations of the migrants.
To answer this question thoroughly, you may want to consider the following questions. Why are people leaving Syria? How many people have left? What percentage of Syrians have left their homes? What are the characteristics of those who are migrating to various countries? What are they doing in their new locations? What effects are being felt both in Syria and in the destinations of these migrants?