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Book Review: Borderless Higher Education for Refugees: Lessons from the Dadaab Refugee Camps edited by Wenona Giles and Lorrie Miller
In her review of Borderless Higher Education for Refugees, edited by Wenona Giles and Lorrie Miller, Spogmai Akseer affirms the contributing authors’ argument for increasing access to college and university education for refugees. Higher education is a tool for navigating and overcoming the systems of inequality and the social, political, and economic barriers refugees face.
Nouvelles approches du droit à l’enseignement supérieur
Le droit à l’enseignement supérieur fait partie intégrante du droit à l’éducation, et les États sont tenus à des obligations très claires pour assurer sa mise en œuvre.
Path Forward: Building a Future for Refugee Students Through Post-Secondary Education
This brief summarizes the challenges that prevent access to post-secondary opportunities and highlights programs and people that are increasing refugee participation.
Lessons learned from teaching at the University of Nairobi during COVID-19
We are pleased to invite you to join us for a webinar on sharing the lessons learned during COVID-19 and the preparedness agenda for a university.
Protecting higher education from attack in the Gaza Strip
This paper examines opportunities for, and limits to, protecting higher education from attack in Gaza. It presents a framework for categorising protection measures and empirically explores the effectiveness of measures to protect higher education from attack in Gaza since 2007.
Refugee-led Management in Higher Education in Refugee Contexts: Learning from Experience in Kakuma Refugee Camp
Higher education in refugee contexts has emerged in recent years as a key humanitarian-development solution. This article charts the process of developing the refugee management team and highlights 6 of their successes to date.
“A Plan beyond Survival”: Removing barriers for refugee girls and women to access higher education
Rachel Samuel reflects on her educational experiences and calls for increased representation of refugee girls and women in higher education so that they can "plan beyond survival."
Les syndicats de l’éducation défendent et promeuvent les libertés académiques dans le monde !
Au niveau mondial, les libertés académiques sont en piteux état, si l’on en croit les participant·e·s à la récente Conférence internationale sur l’enseignement post-secondaire, supérieur et la recherche (IFHERC).
InZone Kakuma and Kalobeyei Higher Education Needs Assessment
Using a grassroots transformative approach, this needs assessment examines the higher education needs of refugees living in Kakuma and Kalobeyei refugee camp, Kenya.
Rethinking Higher Education: A New Way of Learning to Become
Education Above All’s Al Fakhoora programme, in partnership with UNDP, is excited to host the first educational conference of its kind, designed and led completely by students – our beneficiaries, who are directly experiencing the reality of COVID-19 as an additional challenge to the already complex situations in which they live. The conference, held on the 29th and 30th of June 2020, will include Palestinian students from Gaza and the West Bank, and Syrian refugees from across the MENA region.