UNHCR Canada partnered with Youth Ottawa on a storytelling initiative supporting youth engagement. Three refugee youth shared their stories of resettling in Canada.
Last fall, youth (high school students) from across Canada came together to discuss the issues facing refugees in Canada and globally.
Gothier and Prince-Bonheur grew up together but conflict separated them. While Gothier was able to resume his studies, Prince remains in exile.
Three UN agencies are calling on European States to increase resources and support for their school systems to ensure refugee children can access and stay in quality education.
Most Rohingya children have no access to education at all, but are prepared to overcome almost any obstacle for any opportunity to learn.
While many Venezuelan refugees and migrants in Colombia have enrolled in school, without the right papers their futures are at risk
Refugee education in crisis: More than half of the world’s school-age refugee children do not get an education
Of the 7.1 million refugee children of school age, 3.7 million – more than half – do not go to school, UNHCR says in an education report released today.
Asking for help was once taboo, but young Rohingya refugee volunteers in Bangladesh are showing their peers how to speak up about their worries and sadness.
Meet Montreal’s Daphnée Gagnon-Beaule, the 16-year-old humanitarian raising funds for refugees—and hoping to change the world