Reconceptualising refugee education: exploring the diverse learning contexts of unaccompanied young refugees upon resettlement

@article{Pastoor2017ReconceptualisingRE,
  title={Reconceptualising refugee education: exploring the diverse learning contexts of unaccompanied young refugees upon resettlement},
  author={L. W. Pastoor},
  journal={Intercultural Education},
  year={2017},
  volume={28},
  pages={143 - 164}
}
Abstract This article explores unaccompanied young refugees’ participation in various learning contexts beyond school. Drawing from a qualitative study based on interviews with unaccompanied young refugees, educators and social workers in Norway, the findings emphasise the need for a holistic approach to refugee education in and across contexts of learning. The refugees originate from countries where access to formal schooling was difficult or disrupted. Many of them have been exposed to… Expand
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