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Gaza’s child laborers find their way back to school

BEIT LAHIA, Gaza Strip — At the age of six, Soha Harez would don her green school uniform, pull her brown hair back in...

UAE calls for right to education for girls

GENEVA: The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) has unanimously passed a draft resolution tabled by the UAE on the girls’ right to education...

Education for all? Not in Iran

Iran is refusing to implement UNESCO's education agenda. The country's religious leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, views it as a Western conspiracy. In doing so he's...

After working with charities in Jordan, Syrian educator notices children who...

In a north Amman neighborhood, 44-year-old Haytham al-Wazir walks the hallways of the a-Tabyan Educational Center alongside his young students. The a-Tabyan school opened last...

How to host 200,000 refugee students in your education system: An...

Today is World Refugee Day, and Lebanon, which hosts more refugees per capita than any country on earth, holds some important lessons. Lebanon almost...

EU’s largest ever education in emergencies programme in Turkey reaches first...

Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management Christos Stylianides attends the launch event of the Conditional Cash Transfer for Education project The EU's largest ever...

Without urgent investment in education, Iraq’s future generations risk being left...

BAGHDAD 21 May, 2017 – The future of Iraq, its economic security and prosperity depends on increasing investment in education today. And while the price...

University alliance in Asia aims to boost regional ties and global...

Fifteen universities across Asia have formed a consortium in order to capitalise on the region’s economic power to facilitate intra-Asian mobility and enhance academic and research...

Iran: Migrant Children Denied an Education

“If I went back there, I imagine a dark future,” said 16-year-old Ahmad, an Afghan refugee raised in Iran who had fled to Europe....

Iran: Gov’t Putting More Disadvantaged Kids in Preschool

Preschool education of children in deprived regions has increased by nearly 30% in the past four years according to an official at the Education...

Remove Barriers to Syrian Refugee Education

(Brussels) – Participants at a conference on Syria in Brussels on April 5, 2017, should address the reasons why more than half a million...

4,000 children will benefit from improved school facilities through SlovakAid development...

Bratislava (April 4, 2017) – The Syrian crisis continues to have a profound impact on Jordan’s educational system and future opportunities of refugees. Last...

Yemen: Classrooms caught in the crossfire

Amal barely survived after a bomb ripped through her school late last year, killing her friends and teacher, and injuring her brother. Now the...

Yemen children dream of school as war keeps them out

Sanaa (AFP) - Roua Ahmed's classes ended abruptly when her school in Yemen was bombed, but she still clings to her dream of getting...

EU launches education programme for 230,000 refugee children to attend school...

The European Commission has today launched its largest ever humanitarian programme for education in emergencies to encourage some 230,000 refugee children to attend school...

EU launches education programme for 230,000 refugee children to attend school...

The European Commission has today launched its largest ever humanitarian programme for education in emergencies to encourage some 230,000 refugee children to attend school...

Lebanon: Living in the Shadows, a Family Tries to Secure Its...

In the first of our in-depth reports on the education crisis for Syrian refugees, Abby Sewell reports from Lebanon on the challenges faced by...

New flexible learning spaces arrive at Jordan High School

New modern, mobile, comfy furniture now offers flexible spaces for students to independently and collaboratively learn at Jordan High School. The school has new furniture...

Syrian schoolchildren continue their education in Turkey’s southeast

After fleeing civil war and violence in their country, 120 Syrian students have continued their education through intensive Turkish courses in the southeastern city...

UAE has good ideas for measuring, monitoring strategies in education

On Sunday, UNESCO officially launched its Arabic language Global Education Monitoring Report on the sidelines of the World Government Summit 2017. The report is the...

World Bank launches school construction projects for refugees in Turkey

The World Bank has partnered with a number of Turkish agencies and the European Union to construct schools for Syrian refugees in Turkey, according...

Lebanon: Syrian child refugees struggle to get an education: U.N.

Syrian refugee children in Lebanon are struggling to get an education and many are being pushed into work or early marriage instead, the United...

Lebanon: UNICEF launches interactive glimpse into Syrian children’s struggle for education

BEIRUT, 23 January 2017 – A new interactive documentary providing an intimate look into the lives of Syrian school-aged children living as refugees in...

Jordan: UNESCO and Procter Gamble partner to rebuild confidence of refugee...

Marking the launch of the commitment, Pamp;G brought together a panel to raise awareness of the extreme vulnerability of refugee girls and to secure...

The Lost Years Secondary Education for Children in Emergencies

Amin, 18, became a refugee when his family fled Syria for Lebanon five years ago. He has not set foot in school since. With...

Facility for Refugees in Turkey: the EU invests in the education...

The European Commission signed contracts worth a total of €270 million for construction and equipping of school buildings for Syrian refugee children and their...

Iraq: Conflict in Mosul leaves more children out of school, UNESCO

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region--The United Nations education and cultural agency (UNESCO) says that conflicts in Iraq have left hundreds of thousands of Iraqi children and...

UNESCO and the European Union step up support to education for...

Baghdad, 19 December - UNESCO and the European Union (EU) have signed an agreement to support primary and secondary education for IDP and refugee...

UAE: Robots, virtual reality and the future of education

One of the greatest challenges for education is that there is an ever-increasing divide between the demand for learning and the supply of schooling....

UK, Qatar: How To Teach Basic ICT Skills To Ethnic Minority...

Teaching Basic ICT Skills To Ethnic Minority Learners Learners without basic ICT skills are still a concern in any country, and the issue of how...