A new report documents the effects of armed conflict on schools, universities and those who work and study at them.
A mobile clinic in Lebanon provides frontline healthcare to those who have fled the conflict.
Student protests are not a political tool to be used when convenient, but a historical force that cannot be ignored, argues the prominent Egyptian writer.
Right to Education Week helps Western students understand the barriers that block many Palestinian students from getting the education they want.
In a difficult time for Al-Azhar University, 38 more students have been sentenced to prison and one student has died as a result of protests.
Court sentences of 17 years in prison for Al-Azhar university student protestors are being viewed by many human-rights lawyers as being exceptionally harsh.
Sana’a University has been riddled by student protests, threats of violence, and students’ complaints that they can’t afford the university fees. Administrators say they are trying to bring stability to the chaos.
In a panel discussion at the New School, academics discussed the international community’s efforts to protect the world’s latest “war orphans,” Syrian students and professors.
A recent conflict at Al Quds University is part of a pattern of discrimination that prevents many Palestinians from pursuing their education, say Palestinian academics.