Journal Article

Book Review: Borderless Higher Education for Refugees: Lessons from the Dadaab Refugee Camps edited by Wenona Giles and Lorrie Miller

Spogmai Akseer reviews Wenona Giles and Lorrie Miller’s edited book, Borderless Higher Education for Refugees: Lessons from the Dadaab Refugee Camps, which offers interesting takeaways on how refugees view higher education as a transformative power in their lives. Giles and Miller and the various contributors to this book tackle the complicated issues of higher education for refugees head on. They demonstrate that it is necessary to provide higher education for refugees so that they will be able to navigate ongoing systems of inequality and overcome some of the social, political, and economic barriers they face.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.33682/x6m4-862z

Resource Info

Published

Published by

Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE)

Authored by

Spogmai Akseer

Topic(s)

Levels of Learning - Tertiary Education
Refugees

Geographic Focus

Kenya