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In the context of contemplating the interplay between public education and refugee integration in a host country setting, this qualitative multi-site case study is designed to reveal the kinds of
This Master’s Thesis is a case study of the IRC Guinea Education Program. Civil wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone sent tens of thousands of people across the
Exploring the effectiveness of Child Friendly Spaces in providing Early Chidhood Interventions for 3-6 year olds in fragile situations. This dissertation addresses the issue of providing effective Early Childhood Interventions (
This literature-based study explores three main paradoxes underlying Higher Education in Protracted Refugee Situations both theoretically as well as in relation to the case of Burmese refugees in Thailand. Firstly,
Education in emergencies (EiE) is both a research “field in its infancy” and a rapidly “emerging field” (Tomlinson & Benefield, 2005). This scoping study reviews a wide range of academic articles
There is potential evidence of the link between Education and behaviour change in HIV/AIDS prevention efforts. Provision of clear information about the sources of HIV/AIDS infection and, indeed,
Education and the Relief-Development Transition in Post-Conflict Countries: The (Un)sustainability of Educational Support Provided by International Organizations
Higher Education in Iraq under Attack: An explorative study on the political violence against academics and the higher education system in the conflict in Iraq, attempts to make a contribution
Increasing access to school for girls is an important first step in making a society more equitable; however, Educating Girls and Empowering Women: Gender and Post-Conflict Educational Reform in Afghanistan
This thesis provides an understanding of how by incorporating early childhood education in its formal settings and implementing peace education within this stage, Sri Lanka’s endeavours to foster peace