Lamis Jomaa studies the food security and nutritional health of refugees, and is passionate about the idea that research can change the status quo.
As crises escalate, so does the number of displaced scientists. But a precise overall count is elusive.
A new United Nations report documents the failure of educators to reach refugee children.
In a kingdom straining to serve large numbers of displaced people, some universities are offering advanced degrees on the issue.
Eqbal Dauqan starts a new research and teaching career in northern Europe after losing hope of returning soon to her war-torn country.
Rojava University, in Syria’s mostly Kurdish northeast, has enthusiastic foreign support, meets a local need and is part of a project for regional independence.
The agency serving Palestinian refugees across the Middle East is coping with a shortfall of funds after cuts in U.S. aid.
A handful of young refugees created Coburwas nearly a decade ago. Today it’s recognized as one of the top-performing schools in Uganda.
A former Mercy Corps economic director in Gaza explains how U.S. reductions in aid threaten the education of Palestinian children and the stability of the Gaza Strip.
The book suggests practical ways for teachers and school counselors to support and educate children who have experienced war, displacement and trauma.