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Share your views and contribute to the forthcoming 2019 GEM Report

11 April 2017

Originally posted on 10 April 2017 by GEM Report.

The 2019 GEM Report will look at the issue of migration and education, as approved by the GEM Report International Advisory Board in June 2016.

Migration and education are multifaceted processes involving individuals, schools, communities, regions and countries. They invoke temporal, spatial and

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Educating refugees: Old ways of working aren’t good enough

10 April 2017

This article was originally posted by Aaron Benavot, Director of the UNESCO Gem Report on Promising Practices in Refugee Education

 

The plight of refugees is in the news every day, and not a moment too soon. Refugee children and adolescents suffer from having almost all of their rights taken from them at one

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Norway launches innovative learning games for children affected by war and crisis

20 March 2017

Norway has today launched a new development tool that makes it possible for children to learn to read in areas where schools have been bombed and teachers and families have been forced to flee. With the help of some of the world’s tech giants, Norway has developed two game-based learning apps that can be used anywhere.

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Investing in Secondary Education: Darfuri Refugees in Chad

14 March 2017

by Giulia McPherson, Director of Advocacy & Operations, Jesuit Refugee Service/USA  

Eastern Chad is home to more than 300,000 Darfuri refugees residing in a series of 12 camps for over a decade. Many adolescents in the camps can recall their flight from Sudan, the result of targeted killings that began in 2003, at the hands

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In Mosul, Schools Can Save Children’s Lives

10 March 2017

This blog was originally published on the News Deeply website as part of their Refugess Deeply coverage. It is republished here with permission.  

by Paul St. John Frisoli, Senior Education Technical Adviser, Middle East region for the International Rescue Committee.  

Over 100,000 children have been displaced by the battle for

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Searching for promising practices in refugee education

7 March 2017

by Joseph Nhan-O’Reilly and Charlotte Bergin of Save the Children

A joint initiative by Save the Children, UNHCR and Pearson is looking for examples of promising practice that are providing education to refugee children and young people.

Lana wants to be an English teacher. However, after fleeing the

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Promising Practices for Strengthening Teacher Professional Development in Crisis Contexts

6 December 2016

This blog post is part of an online discussion series about the implementation of the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack.   

by Mary Mendenhall, Teachers College, Columbia University

Since May 2016, my team at Teachers College, Columbia University, including several graduate students and alumni, have been implementing an initiative called Teachers for

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A Visit to Nduta Refugee Camp, on the boarder to Burundi in Tanzania

29 November 2016

How I tested a stand-alone teachers in crisis context (TiCC) training module for secondary teachers  

This blog post is part of an online discussion series about the implementation of the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack.   

by Bente Sandal-Aasen, Plan International Norway

As an Education in Emergencies Adviser for

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Education and displaced populations: with not for

26 November 2016

By Ruth Naylor, Education Development Trust 

{image-1}Joseph Munyambanza, a refugee from the DRC, started teaching fellow refugees in Uganda in his early teens, whilst studying at secondary school. In his keynote speech in Berlin, at “Education for a better future- creating prospects for displaced populations”, he described how he had joinedwith other refugee

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Training refugees to serve refugees: the implementation of the training pack by JRS Middle East

8 November 2016

This blog post is part of an online discussion series about the implementation of the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack.   

by Roy Gebrayel, Jesuit Refugee Service

The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) in the Middle East is trying, as much as (im)possible, to accompany, serve, and advocate for the rights of

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