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Palestine refugee  students on their first day in UNRWA schools in the second semester in Gaza. © 2017 UNRWA Photo by Rushdi Sarraj

2019 Global Education Monitoring Report – UK Launch, 20 November

Building bridges, not walls: Key lessons from the 2019 Global Education Monitoring Report on migration and displacement Tuesday, 20 November 2018 2:00 – 4:30 PM Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BE, United Kingdom Free registration will be from 1:30pm with refreshments, starting promptly at 2:00pm REGISTER HERE The third report in the Global […]

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Photo ID 462320. 24/01/2011. Forobaranga, Sudan. UN Photo/Albert Gonzalez Farran. www.unmultimedia.org/photo/

Forced Migration Review – call for articles for special issue on education

Forced Migration Review issue 60 – to be published in February 2019 – will include a major feature on Education. Deadline for submission of articles: Monday 15th October 2018 Full call for articles online at www.fmreview.org/education-displacement Conflict and displacement can cause significant disruption to school attendance and learning. Although governments have made significant progress towards meeting […]

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The challenge and relevance of the global monitoring of education and migration

UKFIET organised a consultation meeting in London on 22nd May 2017 around the 2019 GEMR on Education and Migration at the request of the GEMR team. This blog reflects some thoughts from Kenneth King, University of Edinburgh and NORRAG Kenneth.King@ed.ac.uk The plan for the Global Education Monitoring Report (GEMR) to review education and migration in […]

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Recommendations of the Commonwealth Ministerial Working Group on the Post-2015 Development Framework for Education

Commonwealth Ministers of Education met in London in December 2012 and developed recommendations for post-2015 which are now feeding into the UN discussions and wider debates. They discussed the need to re-focus on learning without compromising efforts to secure 100% access; to align the EFA and education MDG frameworks; and to pay more attention to […]

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