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Community Participation

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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Applying the INEE Minimum Standards to Education in a Protracted Refugee Situation: Part II

21 April 2014

An interview with Simon Purnell, ZOA, Thailand  

In the second portion of this interview, Mr. Purnell highlights how the INEE Minimum Standards have guided ZOA’s work to secure funding, train and coordinate actors in the camps and create a standardized framework for the new consortium as ZOA transitions out of Thailand in 2014.

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Mapping the Education Response to the Syrian Crisis

3 March 2014

With over 2.3 million Syrian refugees registered in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey as of December 2013 and 49.9% of those registered under the age of 17, the education response to the Syrian conflict is an essential intervention in guaranteeing the basic human right for Syrian refugees. While neighboring countries have graciously come to the aid of Syrian refugees, the already limited

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Education in Emergencies: Call for Youth Voices

5 August 2013

By Ally Krupar

I am a volunteer with the Adolescents and Youth Task Team. I’m a youth. I’ve lived and worked in emergency settings.  On August 12, we celebrate International Youth Day and I want to hear the voices of my peers in emergency settings talk about education in emergency.  I encourage

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