Top Priorities For The Refugee Education Response Across Europe

Over 3.5 million people—half of them children—have fled Ukraine to neighboring countries over the past several weeks. The consequences for Ukrainian refugee children are devastating. They have experienced trauma, loss, and separation from their families and communities. In addition to meeting children’s basic needs, the international community must ensure they can resume their education as quickly as possible.

Maysa Jalbout, a Universal Education Fellow at Brookings Institution – appears at this year’s BETT and LearnIT conference—one of the world’s largest education gatherings to outline the top priorities for the refugee education response across Europe. She cautions against short-term, uncoordinated solutions delivered in silos and underscore the opportunity for host countries to revise their refugee education policies.

You can watch the video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4D99-a9oz4&feature=youtu.be

You can also find publications by Maysa here.

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