Bibliography on Syrian Refugees and Higher Education

/ 28 Sep 2016

Bibliography on Syrian Refugees and Higher Education

Al-Fanar Media. “As the School Year Starts, Many Refugees are Shut Out.” (September 2014)

Al-Fanar Media.  “A Statistical Portrait of Syrian Frustration.” (September 2015)

Al-Fanar Media. “Pay a Smuggler or Seek a Scholarship?” (September 2015)

Al-Fanar Media. ““A Novel Approach to Getting Syrians into Universities.” (September 2015)

Human Rights Watch. “Safe No More: Students and Schools Under Attack in Syria.” (June 2013)

Inside Higher Ed. “The Refugee Crisis and Higher Education.” (September 2015)

Institute of International Education and University of California, Davis. “The War Follows Them: Syrian University Students & Scholars in Lebanon.” (June 2014)

Institute of International Education and University of California, Davis. “Uncounted and Unacknowledged: Syria’s Refugee University Students and Academics in Jordan. (May 2013)

Institute of International Education and University of California, Davis. “We Will Stop Here and Go No Further: Syrian University Students and Scholars in Turkey.” (October 2014)

PROMAN (funded by the European Union). “Study to Design a Programme/Clearinghouse Providing Access to Higher Education for Syrian Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons.” (March 2015)

Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford. “Ensuring Quality Education for Young Refugees from Syria (12 to 25 years): A Mapping Exercise.” (September, 2014)

Save the Children. “Education Under Attack in Syria.” (September 2015)

Save the Children. “The Cost of War: Calculating the Impact of the Collapse of Syria’s Education System on the Country’s Future.” (2015)

Save the Children. “Futures Under Threat: The Impact of the Education Crisis on Syria’s Children.” (2014)

Save the Children and UNICEF. “Small Hands, Heavy Burden: How the Syria conflict is driving more children into the workforce.” (2 July 2015)

UNHCR. “Higher Education Considerations for Refugees in Countries Affected by the Syria and Iraq Crises.” (2015) [Not yet available on the Internet]

UNICEF. “Under Siege: The Devastating Impact on Children of Three Years of Conflict in Syria.” (March 2014)

UNICEF. “Syria’s Children: A Lost Generation?—Crisis Report.” (March 2011- March 2013)




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