Al-Fanar Media visited Zaatari camp, the world’s second-largest refugee camp, and got an exclusive video report about Syrian students there.
As conflict arcs through a cluster of Arab countries, a whole generation may be sidelined from education.
Some educators argue students can systematically blend community work with classroom experience to broaden the knowledge they get.
Exams in exile help further young Syrians’ education, but still the challenges do not end.
Lebanon has many university-age Syrian refugees, but few of them are actually in the country’s universities.
Palestinian refugees face harsh barriers when trying to reach the advanced levels of education and getting into many professions.
A mobile clinic in Lebanon provides frontline healthcare to those who have fled the conflict.
The sons and daughters of sub-Saharan Africans who see Morocco as a gateway to Europe have great difficulty getting an education.
For the first time this year, Syrian students in opposition-held areas and refugee camps were able to take an exam essential to entering universities.
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.