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We are facing an education emergency. At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, over 1.6 billion learners were out of school. For the first time in human history, an entire global generation has had their education disrupted. And we know from...

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,...

Palestinian children have lived the entirety of their lives under military occupation and conflict. Many Palestinian children are exposed to dangers on their way to and from school and in the classroom. While the scale of attacks on children’s...

Ten years of conflict has affected the lives of millions of children in Syria, killing thousands. In 2019 alone, 251 children were killed in North West Syria alone during conflict. The conflict has also decimated civilian infrastructure, and...

Child marriage is deep rooted in gender discrimination and inequality – and in many contexts is sustained as a result of harmful social norms and the negative consequences of poverty and deprivation. It is further exacerbated by humanitarian...

60% of refugees in Uganda are children, and hundreds of thousands are out of school. Classrooms are dangerously overcrowded and teachers are overwhelmed. This photo book looks at the progress and challenges in getting refugee and host community...

How can technology support better education in one of the world's biggest refugee crises? This report from the Response Innovation Lab (hosted by Save the Children) and the Education in Emergencies Working Group maps out trends in EdTech projects...

Sub-Saharan Africa hosts almost a third of all refugees in the world. This briefing for the African Union Heads of State Summit sets out how to improve education for refugee and host community children, focusing on cases from Uganda and Chad.

Children in Cambodia are entitled to nine years of free education. However, certain groups of children struggle to access quality education at different stages in their lives. For example, disabled girls and children with intellectual...

The Report on “Pre-University Education situation on preventing violent extremism” presents a summary of the views of the education staff on the existence of mechanisms that guarantee the safety of children at school, their forms and...

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