Teachers Without Borders
There are more than 900,000 Rohingya refugees living in the camps of southeast Bangladesh. As the refugee crisis continues, children and young people need quality education. Read more
Since the start of Ukraine’s five-year conflict, over 750 educational facilities have been damaged or destroyed. “Daily life at school is disrupted by shelling and shootings, forcing children to take cover in school basements and underground bomb shelters. In many cases, children have become too terrified to learn.” Read more
Interview with UNICEF's Child Protection Manager in Somalia on what drives children to migrate and what the realities of their experiences are before, during, and after migration. This exploratory research aims to help inform better child protection programmes and legal safeguards. Read more
Every year, school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) affects millions of children around the world. Girls are particularly vulnerable. SRGBV "negatively impacts the ability of children to get to and from school, attendance rates, learning outcomes and can lead to higher rates of school drop-out." Read more
According to available data, the number of displaced out-of-school children in Iraq is likely as high as 170,000. Read more
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