More than 40 percent of the world’s refugees are children and young people under 18 and without education their future is bleak. Ritesh Shah explains why we need to move past 'West is best' in serving them.
Category: Conflict, Crisis and Emergency
‘My Teachers Didn’t Notice’: Nurturing the Well-being of Internally Displaced Children through Trauma-informed Education
Feb 2, 2022
Child labourer Jamlo Makdam was only twelve when fatigue and dehydration caused her to collapse. She had been walking for approximately 93 miles for three days, attempting to reach her home village. Although she did not know it, she was only an hour away from home when she died.
Jan 20, 2022
According to the UNHCR, a full 1% of the world’s population has been displaced as refugees and asylum seekers. That equates to roughly 78 million people who have fled their homes due to conflict, and the global refugee crisis is only growing.
Jan 17, 2022
This blog was written by Sixtine Berquist, Advocacy & Communications Officer, and team at ACCESS (Accelerating Change for Children’s and Youth’s Education Through Systems...
Dec 9, 2021
This article was written by Edem Dorothy Ossai and originally published on the Brookings website on 29 November 2021. This new policy brief ‘Gender-responsive education in emergency in...
Nov 22, 2021
This blog was written by Pina Tarricone, Kemran Mestan and Ian Teo, GEM Centre at the Australian Council for Education Research (ACER). It was originally published on the ACER Discover...