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Welcome to the Voices of Refugee Youth blog! Here you will find blog posts written by the youth researchers and programme updates from the Jigsaw and REUK team. You can search through the blogs using the filters: country, author, type of content and stage of education.
RSN’s Amy shares her thoughts on engaging young people in research
Youth Researcher Eric Gustave shares his analysis of data collected in secondary schools during the first data point in Rwanda
Rozina shares what she learned during data collection in schools in Peshawar, Pakistan
Aimee shares three things that she learned during her first week of research methods training in Rwanda
Matt shares his highlights from training and supervising data collection in Rwanda and Pakistan
Read about why Zainab and Zohal wanted to participate in the Voices of Refugee Youth study as Youth Researchers in Peshawar, Pakistan.
Fabrice and Gaelle share their firsthand account of how Covid-19 has affected Burundian refugees in Rwanda.
Around the world, education has been significantly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. The Voices of Refugee Youth research study has had to adapt to the disruption and delay caused by the pandemic. This update provides an overview of these adaptations.
A wintery morning. A small, but abandoned, refugee school. A few scrawny plants on the sides of the school door and a sewage running just a step away from the school’s gate.
Voices of Refugee Youth is a project initiated by UNHCR and its partners in education that studies the impact of secondary and higher education for young refugees by working with refugee youth, and collecting their responses to a survey about their experience in education.