22 March 2016

Thematic Focus: Education, esp. re. Syrians


3 Million Empty Seats: The Education Gap among Young Syrian Refugees (Global Philanthropy Forum, Feb. 2016) [text via Medium]

Educating Syrian Refugees in Turkey (Human Rights Brief, Feb. 2016) [text]

Education in Emergencies Scorecard (A World at School, March 2016) [text via ReliefWeb]

"Going Global and Getting Graphic: Critical Multicultural Citizenship Education in an Afterschool Program for Immigrant and Refugee Girls," International Journal of Multicultural Education, vol. 18, no. 1 (2016) [open access]

"Higher Education for Refugees," University World News, no. 405 (March 2016) [access]
- Special report on Syrians.

Inside Syrian Refugee Schools (Education + Development Blog, Feb. 2016) [access]
- Three-part blog series on "the experiences of Syrian refugee children and their teachers drawing on long-term observations and interviews in Lebanon in formal and non-formal schools that serve Syrian refugees."

Integrating Migrants and Their Children through Education (EPRS, March 2016) [text]

*"Losing Syria’s Youngest Generation: The Education Crisis Facing Syrian Refugees in Jordan," Middle East Report Online, 2 March 2016 [text]

Providing a Head Start: Improving Access to Early Childhood Education for Refugees (Migration Policy Institute, March 2016) [text]

The School Bus Project: Mobile Education for Refugees, Paper prepared for 2016 International UNESCO Conference on Technologies for Development: From Innovation to Social Impact, Lausanne, Switz., 2-4 May 2016 [text]

Schools in Syria: Thematic Report (Assistance Coordination Unit, Feb. 2016) [text via ReliefWeb]

Web site:

Refugee Ed Tech Solutions (UNHCR) [access]
- Site set up to track ideas and initiatives developed from the "Workshop to Address the Challenges of Bridging the Education Gap for Syrian Refugee Children," described in first reference above.


Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Education, esp. re. Syrian Refugees (11 Feb. 2016)

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