Refugee education

  • UNHCR has formed a Global Youth Advisory Council (GYAC) that will serve as a consultative group on issues relating to the protection and development of young people who are refugees, internally displaced and/or stateless, and their communities. Read more about GYAC’s recommendations to improve humanitarian work with and for refugees, as well as the communities and states that host them.
  • WEBINAR- Library Services to Refugees during the COVID-19 Pandemic- The COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges for communities worldwide and the libraries that serve them. Libraries have had to pivot to ensure the safety of their staff and users while continuing to provide accessible and safe services. How have libraries specifically responded to serve refugees and how are they planning to transition to offer welcoming spaces and services for refugees post-pandemic? The webinar will present the experiences of libraries serving refugees, and policies implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic that have impacted the welfare of refugees and asylum seekers. Offered by the Mortenson Center for International Library Programs and the American Library Association. REGISTER here.
  • The Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) is an open, global network of members working together within a humanitarian and development framework to ensure that all individuals have the right to a quality, safe, relevant, and equitable education. INEE’s work is founded on the fundamental right to education. Learn more about INEE resources and opportunities to become involved here.
  • Through collaborative research, education, and action, REACH fosters welcoming communities and quality education in settings of migration and displacement. Find resources and stay connected to a global community of advocates for refugee education here

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