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Radhouane, Myriam – Prospects, 2023
For several years now, military conflict, climate change, lack of food, and other forces have compelled many people around the globe to leave their countries and live in exile. As shown by exponentially increasing statistics, children are leaving their homes, sometimes their families, and their schools. Once they arrive in a country of…
Descriptors: Social Integration, Refugees, Land Settlement, Student Adjustment
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Buriel, Albane – Prospects, 2023
This article discusses the education system under the totalitarian regime of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) from 2014 to 2017. It describes and analyses the characteristics of the totalitarian education system, as conceived and implemented by the Salafist and jihadist group. The aim of this article to understand some of the…
Descriptors: Authoritarianism, Foreign Countries, Governance, National Curriculum
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Johnson, Martin; Fitzsimons, Sinéad; Coleman, Victoria – Prospects, 2023
There is a pressing need to develop processes to facilitate the organization of education responses in time-pressured emergency situations. As part of a joint Learning Passport (LP) partnership project with UNICEF, researchers along with curriculum and subject specialists at the University of Cambridge, UK, developed a curriculum framework that…
Descriptors: Emergency Programs, Partnerships in Education, International Organizations, Curriculum Development
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Koubeissy, Rola; Audet, Geneviève; Papazian-Zohrabian, Garine; Arvisais, Olivier – Prospects, 2023
This article is built on a research project on pedagogical interventions with refugee students in emergencies that the authors conducted with teachers in Lebanon. More specifically, based on stories of practice, the article aims to explore how teachers were in a position to exercise their role with Syrian refugee students in the Lebanese crisis…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Teaching Methods, Teacher Role
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O'Keeffe, Paul; Lovey, Thibault – Prospects, 2023
In recent years, higher education in refugee contexts has begun to receive increasing attention within the humanitarian-development sector. Resource constraints, coupled with the technology and innovation zeitgeist in international development drives, have helped to create a higher education space where courses in refugee camps are typically…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Refugees, Emergency Shelters, Context Effect
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Idrac, Mickaël – Prospects, 2023
Refugee camps have been multiplying at the gates of the European Union since the escalation of the Libyan and Syrian conflicts in 2016, particularly in Greece and Italy. These countries, which act as the main gateways, are implementing a "hotspots" approach included in the European agenda on migration established for the period…
Descriptors: Refugees, Migration, Emergency Shelters, Educational Facilities
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Akkari, Abdeljalil; Radhouane, Myriam – Prospects, 2023
The article is structured into five parts. The first part explains the concept of education in emergencies (EiE) and highlights the challenge of applying it in countries with a fragile education system, particularly in Africa. The second part emphasizes the humanitarian foundation of EiE and recognizes the efforts of international organizations…
Descriptors: Emergency Programs, Access to Education, International Organizations, Refugees
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Aguilar, Pilar; Heusser, Petra – Prospects, 2023
This article provides an overview of the current landscape and needs for education in emergencies, as well as challenges and opportunities in today's critical juncture, in particular with the creation of a new ally for education in emergencies: the Geneva Global Hub for Education in Emergencies. It covers the disruption of education by the…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Child Safety, Emergency Programs
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Moussa, Mohamed Sagayar – Prospects, 2023
The Diffa and Tillabéri regions of Niger, Africa, are greatly affected by violent security crises that impact the functioning of schools, disrupting learning spaces and teaching programs and internally displacing the population. This article analyzes educational provision in its dual social and urgent dimensions and questions both the state of…
Descriptors: Refugees, Geographic Regions, Violence, Access to Education
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Shohel, M. Mahruf C. – Prospects, 2023
The Rohingyas, an ethnic minority of Myanmar, have been denied human rights, including nationality. For decades, they have suffered from brutal oppression, discrimination, violence, torture, unjust prosecution, murder, and extreme poverty. Hostile situations in Rakhine State have forced the Rohingyas to flee from their homes and seek refuge in…
Descriptors: Refugees, Access to Education, Childrens Rights, COVID-19
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Arvisais, Olivier; Charland, Patrick; Audet, François; Skelling-Desmeules, Yannick – Prospects, 2023
This article aims to fill a gap in the literature regarding violence against students in humanitarian crisis contexts by comparing the risk perceptions of young refugees during the time they were out of school to the time they were enrolled in an educational program. Through this comparison, the article aims to generate deeper reflection on the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Violence, Refugees, Risk
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Le, Hang M.; Duong, Bich-Hang – Prospects, 2023
Despite the explosion of global citizenship education in Vietnam in the past few years, there is no consensus on what the concept actually means. Through discourse analysis of both the state and non-state actors, this article maps the frictions in global citizenship discourses in Vietnam. Behind the shared call for global citizenship education…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Citizenship, Citizenship Education, Discourse Analysis
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Kasa, Tuija; Karilainen, Laura; Rajala, Antti; Cantell, Hannele; Kallioniemi, Arto – Prospects, 2023
This article sheds light on the unexplored field of UNESCO schools in Finland, and the results clarify the relationships between curricula, international commitments, and the understanding of educators in the educational field. It examines how teachers and principals of UNESCO's Associated Schools Network (ASPnet) in Finland describe their…
Descriptors: Citizenship Education, Teacher Attitudes, Civil Rights, Student Centered Learning
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Yemini, Miri – Prospects, 2023
This article aims to unpack global citizenship education (GCE) as a concept, arguing that a certain moving forward is needed in the scholarship to allow true engagement of educators and thus students with the topic. It suggests that the contemporary research directions are entangled with strong trends of political correctness and a contrariness…
Descriptors: Global Education, Citizenship Education, Global Approach, Educational Trends
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Zembylas, Michalinos – Prospects, 2023
This article utilizes feminist and postcolonial scholarship to shed light on the affective governmentality that takes place in the context of both liberal democracy and right-wing populism. In particular, it articulates a political grammar of feelings that makes visible in democratic education how affective modes of governing operate and what…
Descriptors: Politics of Education, Political Attitudes, Psychological Patterns, Democracy
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