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Out of School: Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

After fleeing from the war in Syria, refugee children are not having access to schooling in the country of Lebanon. To what extent does safety trump the sacrifice of education for children? 362 more words

Post-conflict Education

Refugee Education in Sweden: A kaleidoscopic view

In 2015, Sweden witnessed a historic number of applications from asylum seeking migrants. Of the nearly 163,000 applications, over 40% were from children, and at least half arrived in Sweden without guardians. 575 more words

Post-conflict Education

No more excuses: Provide education to all forcibly displaced people

REPORT

A new policy paper, ‘No more excuses’, jointly released by the Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report and UN High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR) before the World Humanitarian Summit on May 23-24 reveals new data showing that only 50% of refugee children are in primary school and 25% of refugee adolescents are in secondary school. 132 more words

Education

Double-Shift Schools for Syrian Refugee Children — Time to Deliver the Next Phase

NEWS

To address the Syrian refugee crisis, the roll out of double-shift schools has rapidly become part of the education landscape. The political will has been met by local host governments and donors and welcomed by teachers, parents and children but where are we as we approach the World Bank Spring meetings this month? 337 more words

Education Access

Syrian refugees in ‘double-shift’ Jordan schools face obstacles

NEWS

Bordering war-torn Syria, Jordan over the past five years has received thousands of refugees as a result of the multi-sided war that was sparked by the 2011 revolution that opposed President Bashar al-Assad’s regime. 407 more words

Education