A Norwegian project to hold a refugee’s academic history in a single document and to simplify admission to higher education in host countries is catching on.
Refugees are acting as docents and participating in intercultural workshops in some of Berlin’s most prominent museums.
Darfur students at Sudanese universities face major economic challenges and continuous violence and discrimination.
International organizations are supporting a cash-for-school attendance strategy to try to improve the proportion of refugee children in school.
As scholarship programs for refugee youth expand, the UN refugee agency and others are trying to make sure the programs do not place refugee youth at risk.
As the power struggles in Libya intensify, Libyan banks are literally without enough paper money, and the challenges Libyan students face increase.
As the country’s conflict drags on, university buildings have been bombed, professors have lost their salaries and university students find their lectures empty.
Young people from Yemen, even those studying overseas, are caught in the crossfire of the country’s civil war and are either blocked from access to education or at great risk of losing it.
With their ability to work severely restricted by their two closest Arab neighbors, many Syrian youth don’t see the point in education.
Although it has accepted more Syrian refugees than any other country, Turkey’s labor market is closed to many of them.