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2 November 2016
This blog post is part of an online discussion series about the implementation of the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack.
by Charlotte Bergin, Education in Emergencies Policy and Advocacy Adviser at Save the Children UK
In the summer of 2015, Teachers College Columbia University piloted the Training Pack for
7 September 2016
Original post here.
The Global Campaign for Education – US, a broad-based coalition of over 80 members dedicated to ensuring universal quality education for all children, urges the United Nations, the U.S. Government and world leaders to accelerate progress towards universal access to education for displaced children.
Today, 75 million children
22 August 2016
by Karen AbuZayd, Special Adviser of the UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants
On July 15th, UNESCO Institute of Statistics and the GEM Report organized a side event, moderated by INEE, at the High-level Political Forum (HLPF) in New York entitled: “Out-of-school, out of sight? How to reach millions of children and
18 August 2016
This article was originally published on August 16, 2016 on Humans Right Watch.
(Amman) – Jordan should address policies that restrict Syrian refugee children’s access to school to meet ambitious goals of increased enrollment when the 2016-2017 school year begins in September, Human Rights Watch said in a report
21 June 2016Building resilience and shaping futures: the UNRWA response to the education needs of Palestine refugees from Syria
By Caroline Pontefract, Director of Education, UNRWA/UNESCO Education Programme
This article was originally published on June 21, 2016 by the World Education Blog.
Over the past 65 years, the UNRWA/UNESCO education programme has been providing quality and equitable
20 June 2016
by Salam Al-Nukta, youth Advisor to the GEM Report. This article was originally published by World Education Blog.
In a world where war is constantly taking place, violence and human rights violation force hundreds of families to flee their countries everyday leaving behind wounded memories, beloved ones and broken lives.
3 June 2016
This article was originally published on June 3, 2016 on NORRAG NEWSBite.
By Aaron Benavot, Global Education Monitoring Report, UNESCO, Paris
Conflict in all its forms has taken a huge toll on education systems. While often the attention is on the source of the fighting, the visible influx of refugees seeking safe haven in
31 May 2016
This article was written by MaisElReem S. Zuhaika, an independent consultant.
After long years of a complex and protracted conflict, Sudan is faced today by many challenges that prohibit the provision of education, and puts children at risk. Humanitarian needs in Sudan are not only caused by the effects of this prolonged conflict, but are also
24 May 2016
This article was originally posted on May 24, 2016 by World Education Blog.
by Martha K. Ferede, Consultant GEM Report, Lecturer in International and Comparative Higher Education, Sciences-Po
In addition to increased provision of primary and secondary schooling, refugees also need pathways into accredited tertiary education programs. As was highlighted in the recent GEM Report paper
20 May 2016
This article was originally posted on May 20th by the GEM Report and the UNHCR Education Section.
Days before the World Humanitarian Summit, we have jointly released a new policy paper, ‘No more excuses’, with new data showing that only 50% of refugee children are in primary school and 25% of refugee adolescents are in