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Education is too often taken for granted in the 21st century, particularly in the developed world. School is often perceived as a mandatory experience during childhood with the goal of turning each citizen into a functioning member of society. 911 more words
OF the 700,000 Rohingya who have fled to Bangladesh, escaping a vicious campaign of ethnic cleansing in Western Burma, there are 957 more words
Yesterday, as hinted at the start of the year, the United States cut its aid to the United Nations Relief Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees, better known with its acronym UNRWA. 649 more words
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – “People always ask me, why are you helping refugees when there are people, here at home, who need help?
“This is home for refugees”, said Heidy Quah, recipient of the 2017 Queen’s Young Leaders Award for her work co-founding Malaysia’s Refuge for the Refugees. 1,267 more words
By Emma Wagner, Education in Emergencies Policy & Advocacy Adviser, Save the Children
Earlier this year Save the Children, Pearson and UNHCR formed a new groundbreaking partnership to tackle the refugee education crisis. 984 more words