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Child refugees
Here’s how we can guarantee education for every refugee child 

Despite promises to the contraryhalf of the world’s refugee children – 3.7 million – are not in school. It’s time to agree a plan backed by the necessary funding to give them all an education....

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Seizing the opportunity to deliver education to the world’s refugees

Almost two years ago, on September 19 2016, at the height of the European refugee crisis, the United Nations General Assembly unanimously adopted the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants....

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Refugee Education: the time to act is now 

Over half of the world’s registered refugees of school age – some 3.5 million children – are not in school. Refugee children are five times less likely to attend school than other children. Even...

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Breakthrough in education for migrant children in Thailand  

Save the Children Thailand has been campaigning for migrant children’s rights to access basic quality education. Although an Education for All policy exists, over 225,000 migrant children are still...

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Uganda and German governments launch 10m euro refugee response fund enabling save the children to scale up education

The Government of Uganda in partnership with the Federal Republic of Germany has launched a Refugee Response Fund (RRF) with an initial 10 million Euro. The German Ministry for Economic Cooperation...

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The future is ours to win

The Kayany Foundation School inspires girls to work hard and dream big....

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I want to fly

Nour lives by himself with no family around, but this hasn’t stopped him from chasing his dream....

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"This is all I wanted"

Six years of wait come to an end as Fatima enters a classroom for the very first time....

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Is it ever ok to coerce six-year olds to get their fingerprints?

This week EU Institutions will discuss proposals to use coercion to obtain fingerprints from children as young as six....

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Litte things made the difference

Maali serves as a link between Syrian students, teachers and parents in order to help make the most of education in an ideal environment. ...

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“Out of the darkness’’ 

Nabil survived war, landmines and dangerous ideas to restore a stolen childhood. ...

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Protecting Rights of Vulnerable Children: Save the Children signs Mou with Palestinian Ministry

Last week, the Palestinian Minister of Social Development Dr Ibrahim Shaer, and Country Director of the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) Jennifer Moorehead, signed a memorandum of understanding...

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