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Refugees and IDPs

Amman Calling

29 April 2016

by Minna Peltola. This article was originally published by Finn Church Aid.

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How would you feel sending your children to study in a school that was damaged in battle and had no learning materials available? What would you think if your child was attending a class much lower than

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3 Ways Technology Could Support Education for Displaced Children

7 April 2016

Written by Eva Kaplan and Yazeed Sheqem. This article was orignially published by Technology Salon.

 

 

Currently it is estimated that there are 4.6 million Syrian refugees; 6.6 million displaced persons inside Syria. Of these, half are children. In March, Technology Salon Amman brought together people

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5 Years is a Lifetime

15 March 2016

This article was originally published on the blog of the Education in Emergencies Working Group Canada.

On the 5th anniversary of the Syrian Crisis, we take stock of the realities on the ground for Syrian children and Canada’s role in helping to prevent a lost generation of children.

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[SG Blog Series] Return from violence - Reintegrating former youth soldiers

29 February 2016

This post is part of the INEE Steering Group Blog Series, in which INEE Steering Group members share their current work and ideas on education in emergencies.   

by Marina Lopez-Anselme, RET International

Many of the same approaches used to prevent youth from turning to violence in conflict contexts are

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Syria Donors Conference: A ‘Vision of Hope’ for the Next School Year?

11 February 2016

by Hiba Salem, University of Cambridge. This blog was originally posted on 11 February 2016 on NORRAG NEWSBite.

“Never has the global community raised so much money in a day”, states Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, referring to the $10bn pledgeduring the Syria Donors Conference, which took place in London a week ago today on the 4th&

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Inside Syrian Refugee Schools: Teachers struggle to create conditions for learning

10 February 2016

by Sarah Dryden-Peterson and Elizabeth Adelman in a Blog Series: Inside Syrian Refugee Schools | Number 1 of 1

{image-1}Editor’s Note: In this blog series, Sarah Dryden-Peterson and Elizabeth Adelman explore the experiences of Syrian refugee children and their teachers, drawing on long-term observations and interviews in Lebanon in formal and non-formal schools

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Syria? Education?

3 February 2016

by GEM Report, originally published on the World Education Blog

It’s not news that calls for funds for education in humanitarian situations are left unmet, but it doesn’t fail to shock when the actual figures are laid bare.

{image-1}Syria, which no one can deny is in dire need of

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Refugees, Displaced Persons and Education: New Challenges for Development and for Policy

29 January 2016

This blog was originally posted on NORRAG NEWSBite.  

When the Education for All Global Monitoring Report (GMR) of 2011 focused on The Hidden Crisis: Armed Conflict and Education, its focus was not principally with refugees at all, but with the massively deleterious effect of conflict on education. Arguably, the refugee crisis now affecting Europe has made this

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[SG Blog Series] One size does not fit all - Non-formal education approaches in the Syria context

29 January 2016

This post is part of the INEE Steering Group Blog Series, in which INEE Steering Group members share their current work and ideas on education in emergencies.   

by Silje Skeie, Education Advisor at the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)

Conflict and displacement in Syria has led to the disruption of education

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Competition Seeks to Develop Education App for Syrian Children Fleeing Conflict

29 January 2016

International partnership launches $1.7 million EduApp4Syria prize to help Syrian children learn to read

Washington, DC (January 29, 2016) - A Norway-led coalition today announced the launch of a 15 million Norwegian Kroner (approximately US$1.7 million) competition to help displaced Syrian children continue their education during the protracted conflict.

The EduApp4Syria competition will select up to five

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