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Coming Together for Refugee Education
This report, the fifth annual education report from UNHCR, predicts that unless the international community takes immediate and bold steps against the catastrophic effects of COVID-19 on refugee education, the potential of millions of young refugees living in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities will be further threatened.
The Rohingya Artolution: Teaching Locally Led Community-based Public Art Educators in the Largest Refugee Camp in History
This research examines the learning that occurred throughout three years of teaching artist education programs with 14 Rohingya refugee and Bangladeshi women and men, through their journey to lead independent art education programs.
Ne laissez pas la COVID-19 freiner les progrès en matière d'éducation pour les réfugiés
La pandémie de COVID-19 aggrave le problème de l'éducation des réfugiés, mais avec les engagements et approches correctes, la communauté mondiale peut faire en sorte que les progrès se poursuivent.
Angelina Jolie and UK call for support to protect education for refugee children
Angelina Jolie will join Baroness Sugg, the UK’s Special Envoy for Girls’ Education, to ensure refugee children are not forgotten in the global coronavirus recovery, at a high-level virtual event on refugee education today (Monday 13 July 2020).
لا تدع فيروس كوفيد ١٩ يوقف عجلة التقدم في تعليم اللاجئين
تُفاقِم جائحة كوفيد-19 مشكلة تعليم اللاجئين، ولكن مع الالتزامات والطرق الصحيحة، يمكن للمجتمع الدولي ضمان المضي قدماً في توفير التعليم للاجئين.
Não deixe que a COVID-19 impeça o progresso na educação de pessoas refugiadas
A pandemia de Covid-19 agrava os desafios da educação de pessoas refugiadas, mas com as abordagens e os compromissos certos, a comunidade global pode garantir a continuidade do seu progresso.
Continuing learning and schooling for refugees: Ensuring refugee students are able to learn at home and return to school
Led by UNHCR and UNESCO, convened and chaired Special Envoy Angelina Jolie and co-hosted by Canada and the United Kingdom, this high-level virtual roundtable will bring together voices of affected communities and partners to hear about the needs and responses on the ground. The roundtable is built on a recognition of the role of host governments in leading responses and the need for international solidarity in supporting planning for return to school and catching up on missed education.
Dismay as world leaders fail to keep promise on Syrian refugee education
A coalition of global children’s charities - led by Theirworld - has accused world leaders of displaying a “gross failure of political leadership” after they failed to prioritise education at a major conference on the future of Syria.
Relationship Between Post-Migration Risks and Holistic Learning Among Syrian Refugee Children in Lebanon
Our research with Syrian refugee children in Lebanon adds to a growing body of evidence that such experiences of adversity can impact the foundational cognitive and behavioral skills that forecast later learning.
Art Brings Light into the Darkness
This is one of a series of case studies based on UNICEF-supported communication, community engagement and accountability activities as part of the humanitarian response to the Rohingya refugee crisis in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, from September 2017 to December 2019.