Essays about: "Refugee Education in Emergencies"

Found 3 essays containing the words Refugee Education in Emergencies.

  1. 1. Re/constructing Teacher Identity in Refugee Education : A Study on National and International Teachers’ Narratives Working in Greece

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för pedagogik och didaktik

    Author : Frederike Jansen; [2022]
    Keywords : Teachers; Teacher Identity; Reconstructing Identity; Refugee Education; Global Migration; Refugee Crisis; Greek Refugee Crisis; Education in Emergencies; Narratives; Biographical Method;

    Abstract : The global ‘refugee crisis’ is increasingly affecting Europe and especially Greece, which has been the country through which many people on the move enter Europe. Within refugee education the role of teachers is recognised as the key facilitator of education, yet there are few studies which centre on teachers. READ MORE


    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för pedagogik och specialpedagogik

    Author : H M Moniruzzaman; [2021-08-16]
    Keywords : Rohingya Refugee; Refugee Education in Emergencies; Temporary Learning Centre; Challenges and Potentials;

    Abstract : Aim:As a legacy of forcible displacement from Myanmar, the ethnic Rohingya refugee children struggle for formal education in the world’s largest refugee camps (unregistered) in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Therefore, the study aims to explore the current education practices and the contexts of providing informal education in Temporary Learning Centre (TLCs) to the displaced Rohingya children by NGO-lead education sectors in Bangladeshi refugee camps. READ MORE

  3. 3. “I don’t feel like a refugee. I’m here as a student”: Exploring Syrian Displaced-Background Students' Transitional Process in Private Mexican Higher Education

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Centrum för Mellanösternstudier

    Author : Ared Garcia Gonzalez; [2020]
    Keywords : Syrian students; Mexico; transitional process; private higher education; forced displacement; habitus.; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Humanitarian crises caused by natural disasters or human reasons have hampered the access of generations of young adults to higher education. The aftermath of the Syrian conflict in 2011 led to the emergence of various initiatives, mostly set in neighboring countries and the global north, for refugees and displaced populations to pursue higher education studies. READ MORE