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Who teaches refugees?

This blog was written by Dr Ruth Naylor, Senior International Adviser, and Lina Aghajanian, Project Manager, from Education Development Trust. It was originally published on the Education Development Trust website on 23 March 2018 and is reposted here with permission. Lina heads up our work on the ground in both Lebanon and Jordan to improve […]

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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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Inclusive education: EdTech, learning assessment and refugees and displaced populations

Inclusive education: EdTech, learning assessment and refugees and displaced populations  Part 3 of  Summary of thematic strand from UKFIET conference, September 2017 Thematic convenors: Susy Ndaruhutse, Education Development Trust and Amy Parker, Relief International Welcome to the third and final blog on reflections coming out of our Inclusive Education conference sub-theme. Last week, we looked […]

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Why the voices of Syrian refugee students matter: listening to what they have to say

This blog was written by Hiba Salem, the University of Cambridge. For the 2017 UKFIET conference, 23 individuals were provided with bursaries to assist them to participate and present at the conference. The researchers were asked to write a short piece about their experience. Refugee = Oncoming masses. War. Fight or flee. Perish. Crisis. Others. […]

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