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The dissertation describes a participatory action research study with primary school teachers, to explore the potential of active learning approaches to school health education. The study took place between May
Whilst information is available on the social, health, economic, living conditions and political status of Zimbabwean refugees at Holy Cross refugee centre, there has been no education research carried out
This study presents a qualitatively designed case study investigating educational recommendations made by the Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission (SLTRC) (2004) as a part of its report following Sierra Leone’
This study analysed EE programs for displaced children and youths in slum areas around Bogotá, Colombia. The specific target area was the impact assessment and M&E carried out
This dissertation attempts to determine the extent of educational opportunities available to refugees living in Kakuma and Dadaab refugee camps in Kenya. It examines challenges in educational provision faced by
Considering the ongoing need for post-genocide reconciliation and the lack of information available on the current status of peace education in Rwanda, this dissertation aims to identify the main peace
This is a Masters Thesis by Mieke Lopes Cardoza from August 2006, submitted for the Msc International Development Studies at the University of Amsterdam, in cooperation with the International School for
This is a monograph by Marina Andina, from the International Comparative Education Department at Stanford University.
The role of INGOs in meeting educational rights in conflict-affected fragile states: the case of ActionAid International Sierra Leone. This qualitative case study examines how ActionAid International Sierra Leone (AAISL)
In this paper we examine several dimensions of gender disparity for a sample of 40 countries using micro-level data. We show that gaps still exist in these spheres in many countries,