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Refugee education in countries of first asylum: Breaking open the black box of pre-resettlement experiences
The number of refugees who have fled across international borders due to conflict and persecution is at the highest level in recorded history. The vast majority of these refugees find exile inExpand
Refugee Education
In this article, I probe a question at the core of comparative education—how to realize the right to education for all and ensure opportunities to use that education for future participation inExpand
The Politics of Higher Education for Refugees in a Global Movement for Primary Education
In the context of Education for All (EFA) and the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), global movements for expanded access to education have focused on primary education. In refugee situations, whereExpand
Pathways to Educational Success Among Refugees: Connecting Locally and Globally Situated Resources
This study identifies pathways to educational success among refugees. Data are from an original online survey of Somali diaspora and in-depth qualitative interviews with Somali refugee studentsExpand
‘I Find Myself as Someone Who is in the Forest’: Urban Refugees as Agents of Social Change in Kampala, Uganda
The Mellon Foundation, the Migration and Urbanization Node of the University of the Witwatersrand, The Fulbright Commission.
A Remaining Hope for Durable Solutions: Local Integration of Refugees and Their Hosts in the Case of Uganda
The protracted nature of conflicts in countries of the global South means that return to home countries for many refugees is increasingly delayed. At the same time, global terrorism and concernsExpand
Refugee education: Education for an unknowable future
ABSTRACT Conflict and displacement are increasingly protracted, requiring rethinking of refugee education as a long-term endeavour, connected not only to the idea of return but to the ongoing natureExpand
Introduction: higher education for refugees
Young refugee women and men provide hope for the future in the most uncertain and dire of situations. For their families, they represent the chance for more sustainable economic livelihoods; and forExpand