A high-level meeting in Geneva has secured wide-ranging and substantial commitments of support for refugees and the communities they live in, notably with important pledges of new long-term support for inclusion.
Employment and educaiton initiatives in Canada empower us to play a role in building stronger and more inclusive communities.
An exemplary policy in Iran lets Afghan children attend public school, whether they are registered refugees, passport holders or even undocumented.
UNHCR welcomes efforts from Iran to extend education opportunities for nearly half a million Afghan children in the country.
A vocational programme funded by the German government teaches skills such as cooking, woodworking and mechanics to refugees and their hosts in Ethiopia.
A UN-funded school building gives 500 children in a village north of Kabul, Afghanistan a better chance at finishing their education.
Classes are overcrowded and there are not enough textbooks, but Koat Reath, a dedicated refugee teacher, will do anything to improve his pupils’ lives.
Only three per cent of refugees have access to higher education, according to UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency. In its “ released this week, UNHCR is calling.
A once deserted school in southern Lebanon has been transformed into a joyful summer sanctuary for underprivileged Syrian refugee children.
UNHCR’s ‘holistic’ integration project helps refugees find jobs, education, homes and help towards naturalization.