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Promising Practices in Refugee Education Synthesis Report

Adolescents et jeunes, Plaidoyer, Programmes scolaires et contenus éducatifs, Développement de la petite enfance, Financement, Éducation en situations d'urgence, Programamtion de l'éducation, Politique éducative, Systèmes humanitaires, normes, intervention, Éducation inclusive, Enseignement primaire, Appui psychosocial, Education de qualité, Réfugiés et déplacés internes, Construction des écoles et des infrastructures, Enseignement secondaire, Apprentissage social et émotionnel, Enseignants, Enseignement et apprentissage, Technologie et innovation
Type de ressource
Charlotte Bergin, Education Adviser, Save the Children
Maison d'édition/ Journal
Save the Children
Date de publication


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Promising Practices in Refugee Education is a joint initiative of Save the Children, the world’s largest independent children’s rights organisation, UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, and Pearson, the world’s learning company. Launched in March 2017, the initiative set out to identify, document and promote innovative ways to effectively reach refugee children and young people with quality educational opportunities.

Eighteen promising practices were selected as part of the initiative. The practices have been grouped under one or more of six themes: Equity, Access, Learning, Wellbeing, Technology and System Strengthening. The practices and the experience of implementing partners have been used to identify ten recommendations, grouped under three overarching pillars, aimed at improving refugee education policy and practice.

This Synthesis report contains our reflections on all the promising practices that we identified and documented along with their implications for policy and practice. For more information, including the case studies and a series of articles from thought leaders in the field can be found at