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Moving Beyond Access: Integration of Syrian Refugee Students into Turkish Public Schools

Benil Mostafa, Columbia University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences   |   PDF

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

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Education in Complex Emergencies: A Case Study of the IRC Guinea Education Program

Deborah Jones, The Fletcher School   |   PDF

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

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Exploring the effectiveness of Child Friendly Spaces in providing Early Chidhood Interventions

Louise Anna Ruskin, Louise Anna Ruskin   |   PDF

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 (

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Exploring Paradoxes around Higher Education in Protracted Refugee Situations

Barbara Zeus, Institute of Education, University of London   |   PDF

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,

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Education in Emergencies: Research Methodologies Identifying Successes and Gaps

Laura Wright, University of Toronto   |   PDF

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

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Education as ‘a social vaccine’ in the fight against HIV/AIDS: Is Uganda meeting the challenge?

Noel Rodney Komunda, University of Oslo   |   PDF

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,

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Education and the Relief-Development Transition in Post-Conflict Countries

Mary Mendenhall, Teachers College   |   PDF

Education and the Relief-Development Transition in Post-Conflict Countries: The (Un)sustainability of Educational Support Provided by International Organizations

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Higher Education in Iraq under Attack

Hester Luna Paanakker, University of Amstrdam   |   PDF

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

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Educating Girls and Empowering Women: Gender and Post-Conflict Educational Reform in Afghanistan

Jamie E. Vinson, Harvard University Graduate School of Education   |   PDF

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

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Early Childhood Education: Towards Sustainable Peace in Sri Lanka

Claudia Gabriela Canales Gallardo, Kyung Hee University   |   PDF

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

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