A former colleague recalls the work and forceful personality of a founder of academic refugee studies and a tireless champion for refugees themselves, who died on July 11.
A reporter’s book about a group of refugee children from a variety of backgrounds shows how a good school, and a good teacher, can help.
This self-governing region of Somalia is one of many areas in Africa that are using mobile technology to help more children get a quality education.
The online newspaper, staffed by journalists in exile, helps newcomers adapt to a new culture and tries to dismantle false perceptions on both sides.
New hardships and cuts in financial support have ended studies for some. The war “has killed our future,” one student said.
Participants in a Beirut workshop developed recommendations to improve the access of youth inside Syria to quality higher education.
In territory held by the Iranian-supported rebels, the conflict has resulted in professors and classes that reflect the Houthi views.
Programs offer practical information, like how to navigate bureaucracy, but also give refugees a place to share experiences and connect with others.
Clashes between Anglophone separatists and the Francophone government have shut down schools and forced many young people to flee.
A project of the Mediterranean Universities Union is setting up support units at institutions in Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq.