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Find out more about refugee education
Are you interested in learning more about refugee education? Here are some links to useful websites and readings!
Promising Practices Initiative
Explore the website for the Promising Practices Initiative (from Save the Children, Pearson and UNHCR) for many examples of promising practices in refugee education around the world.
Higher education for refugees in low-resource environments: research study
Research examining access to higher education for refugees in low-resource contexts: Gladwell, C., Hollow, D., Robinson, A., Norman, B., Bowerman, E., Mitchell, J. & Floremont, F., Hutchinson, P. (2016). Higher education for refugees in low-resource environments: research study. Refugee Support Network & Jigsaw Consult. Find the article here.
Education: needs, rights and access in displacement
An academic journal issue on education in forced displacement: Education: needs, rights and access in displacement. Forced Migration Review 60, March 2019. University of Oxford. Find the article here.
Hear it from the children: why education in emergencies is critical
Children’s perspectives on why education is critical in situations of displacement, conflict and crisis: Gladwell, C. & Tanner, L. (2014). Hear it from the children: why education in emergencies is critical. Save the Children and Norwegian Refugee Council. Find it here.
A lifeline to learning: leveraging technology to support education for refugees
Evidence and case studies on the use of technology to support refugee education: UNESCO (2018). A lifeline to learning: leveraging technology to support education for refugees. UNESCO. Find the article here.
Global Framework for Refugee Education
The framework developed to help ensure the education commitments made in the Global Compact for Refugees are translated into action: Global Refugee Forum Education Co-Sponsorship Alliance (2019). Global Framework for Refugee Education. UNHCR. Find the framework here.
Migration, displacement and education: building bridges not walls
UNESCO’s annual report monitoring progress towards SDG 4 (the education goal), focusing on the theme of migration and displacement: UNESCO (2019). Migration, displacement and education: building bridges not walls: global education monitoring report. UNESCO. Find the report here.
Data and information on the educational challenges faced by the world’s displaced children: UNICEF (2017). Education Uprooted: for every migrant, refugee and displaced child, education. UNICEF. Find the report here.
Hear it from the teachers: getting refugee children back to learning
Teachers’ perspectives on refugee education: Mason, C. & Orcutt, S. (n.d.) Hear it from the teachers: getting refugee children back to learning. Save the Children. Read the report here.
Want to find out more?
Check out this comprehensive resource list for research on post-primary refugee education. This resource list includes links to key resources on refugee education, research design, working with young people as researchers, dissemination and advocacy, and ethics and safeguarding.