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UNICEF Sep 26
A fight for education like you’ve never seen before. 🌎 leaders must commit to keep in school.
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Michael Klosson Sep 26
Great energy and momentum at to turn the corner on getting 4.5 million refugee kids back in learning with 40 organizations making concrete commitments. We can do this!
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UNICEF Sep 26
This teenager lost everything once. Now, he's determined to make sure it won't happen again.
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Jaime Saavedra Sep 26
Born in Rwanda, her family fled and was a refugee in Malawi. But she managed to finish high school, went to McGill and now works in Deloitte. Amelie Fabian’s powerful story is proof that matters. Our challenge: make sure that her story is not unique.
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Alexander W. Wiseman Jul 8
I may be the last to have received my copies, but it's finally here! If you are interested in purchasing your own copy or having your library do it, DM me for a discount code!
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Thomas Brown Oct 25
My latest - how in Indonesia overcome barriers to education with community-led orgs. With 4 million refugee kids out of school, timely to discuss solutions for - particularly innovations coming from refugee communities themselves
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Fran Equiza Sep 27
Abdallah, 8, from says "When the fighting came to our town in we fled to , then to . I really like my school here. I hope I don't have to leave again" works to protect the right to education for every uprooted child.
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UNDP Palestine Sep 26
Education is a right that cannot be taken away. UNDP-Qatar partnership made it possible for thousands of young Palestinian women to access higher education.
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Voices of Youth Sep 26
Let’s make sure every refugee child has a promising future.
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Refugee & Migrant Education Network Jul 17
These children need to be given the tools to resettle and to build a new future for themselves. One of those tools is: .
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Sep 26
“I love school. I don't just say this because I'm speaking to you at this high level meeting on . I say it because I mean it.” ~ Amelie Fabian, student and Rwandan refugee
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Windle International Uganda Jul 17
Safe learning environments are fundamental to Quality Education. Now the students of Ogili S.S in Palabek, Lamwo will now enjoy their studies in a permanent classroom structure.
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Sep 26
Who's ready for some action for ? Ready to deliver at alongside .
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Kayibanda Ingabire Julian Sep 2
well spent in camp where is putting together a for children. 👇🏾 and at work coz
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UNESCO Sep 26
Refugees, like everyone else, have the right to a quality education! It's time to act for now!
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Henrietta H. Fore Sep 26
Education holds the key to a better life for children and young people. Depriving refugee girls and boys of safe, quality learning not only squanders their potential. It diminishes our collective future. So let us take collective action.
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Mwangi Kirubi Oct 22
How photos I took helped raise over Kshs150 million for refugees in Kakuma
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Peter J. Wells Sep 25
Organisations from around the world are invited to share their commitments to bringing practical changes for improving the quality, inclusion, and investment in refugee education - add yours now. It's time to act for
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Sep 26
Inclusive. Equal. Quality. We're committed to working toward a world where every refugee, displaced, and stateless child gets the education they deserve.
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Sep 26
They may have lost their home. They shouldn't have to lose their future. Refugee children have lost enough. It's time to ensure their right to learn.
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