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Promising Practices in Refugee Education is a joint initiative of Save the Children, the world’s largest independent children’s rights organisation, UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, and Pearson, the world’s learning company. Launched in March 2017,...

This GCPEA briefing paper examines the increasing rates of children who are out of school in Afghanistan, despite the government's efforts to expand quality education. The ongoing conflict, increasing insecurity, and, specifically, attacks on...

In times of crisis, education can play a life-saving and life-sustaining role. But most children caught up in crisis are denied an education. More than half of the world’s refugee children – 3.7 million – don’t go to school. Having already lost...

This report is the fourth a series, examing the threatened or actual use of force against students, teachers, education personnel, or educational facilities and materials. 28 countries are profiled in the report, each experienced at least 20...

A brief case study from Save the Children Sri Lanka describing the gender seeding approach in the implementation of Early Childhood Development parenting interventions with families working in the tea plantations.

The humanitarian situation in Yemen has deteriorated month on month since the current armed conflict escalated in March 2015. Today 21.2 million people (or 82% of the population) are in need of humanitarian assistance, including nearly 10 million...

South Sudan’s refugee children in Uganda face an education emergency. Uprooted from their homes by famine and violence, over half-a-million have fled across the border into northern Uganda – one of the poorest parts of one of the world’s poorest...

Each year disasters have a major impact on children, youth and education systems. In the disaster-prone region of the Asia Pacific, around 200 million children per year will have their lives severely disrupted by disasters in the coming decades.1...

Thailand has a long history of hosting migrants and refugees from neighbouring countries as they flee conflict and poverty. The majority of migrant children in Thailand, 61% (or 225,000) are still not in school despite the existing Education for...

Save the Children International’s new report ‘Ending the hidden exclusion: Learning and equity in education post-2015’, looks at how to ensure that all children are both in school and learning. Millions of children suffer from a ‘hidden exclusion...

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