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Jesuit Worldwide Learning / Higher Education at the Margins
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Zakaria Odawa. Sep 14
Cohort9 Student's Welcoming Party in . Thanks to And For provoding Access to Education for students. .
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JWL Aug 12
Youth Sports Facilitators bring youths together to foster tolerance, peace, collaboration, inclusiveness and equality, in one of the most fun and dynamic ways!
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JWL Aug 12
Refugee youths know what the needs of their communities are but 99% can’t access the that would enable them to address those. Quality, relevant and equitable education provides them with the toolkit to put their potential into action.
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JWL Jul 26
Congratulations to our 🎓🎓in Dzaleka Refugee Camp! Whether you pursue further studies or jump right in and start your own initiative within your community, we can’t wait to 👀what you get up to! You bring hope to this 🌍!
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JWL Jul 23
Get an overview of who/where we are + latest key facts and figures. Check out our Media Kit! 👉
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JWL Jul 23
Graduates in Kakuma Refugee Camp celebrated their achievement in the company of their relatives, friends, and the wider JWL family!
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JWL Jul 23
JWL Diploma graduate Hakima steps up to the challenge of being a changemaker in her community and contributing hope.
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JWL Jul 22
Congratulations to JWL students in Refugee Camp who received their Diploma in Liberal studies from , AA and BA from ! As Regis Provost Dr Janet Houser said...the world needs you!
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Zakaria Odawa. Jul 21
MR. Armando global operations honored with Cultural Attire during the Pre-graduation cermony for diploma, Associate degree and Bachelor Degree students.
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Magis Americas Jul 10
Arturo Sosa, S.J., Father General of , offers a reflection on the intersection of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Universal Apostolic Preferences ahead of the this week in New York.
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JWL Jun 20
Education can open professional doors & pave the way towards greater unity, understanding & healing. We enable refugee men and women to access quality to fulfil their potential, creatively addressing local/global concerns, sowing the seeds of .
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JWL Jun 20
On , Mayas and Atta explain why our Global English language course, with testing provided by , is important for them and their communities.
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JWL Jun 19
Refugee women face ⬆️ barriers to . Partnerships for quality, transformative programmes + leveraging technology + a pinch of creativity = flexible solutions for them to fulfil their potential as leaders & multipliers of peace.
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JWL Jun 19
There are many reasons to learn a language. Our Global English Language students share why this course is important to them, as well as their hopes and dreams.
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JWL Jun 18
Refugees are more than the label they are given. They are human beings with the potential to grow and become a positive force of change for a better world. They just need to be re-availed of the opportunities to do so.
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JWL Jun 17
Limited language proficiency is an obstacle many refugees face in accessing & employment. Our Global English Language Programme w/ testing provided by provides them with this vital stepping stone.
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UNHCR Education Jun 14
Only 1%: the number of in is way too low. goal: to increase it to 15% by 2030 by cooperating with partners at national and global level. At "the other 1%", experts and students will explore how:
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Refugee & Migrant Education Network Jun 5
Members and organizing team of met in Rome for their first strategy meeting to discuss and plan the future of the RME Network.
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JWL Jun 4
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JWL May 28
In 2018, JWL invested in new creative solutions to offer at the margins & empower its students. Find out more about how we've been accompanying & empowering , & ways you can support them – check out our 2018 Annual Report!
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