A highschool classroom in the Dadaab camps
Borderless Higher Education for Refugees
Our project aims to take educational assets where they are available and deliver them to where they are needed.
The Feasibility Study Report shares the key findings and recommendations of BHER project researchers and partners for the design of a sustainable multi-partner model to improve secondary-level teacher training as a path to higher education opportunities for disadvantaged young people living in Dadaab refugee camps in Kenya.
BHER Feasibility Study Report (FSR) Workshop Agenda & Report
May 14-15th 2012
McLaughlin College Room 157A,
York University, Toronto
We have compiled a list of journals and other publications pertaining to the fields of refugees and forced migration and education with a specific focus on higher education and open/distance learning. Please note that this is not a comprehensive list nor are they sponsorships of particular journals. Finally, we are open to expanding this list so please feel free to email us any suggestions at email@example.com.
Borderless Education: The Provision of Tertiary Programs to Long‐term Refugees
Centre for Refugee Studies (CRS), York University
April 9th‐11th, 2010
Workshop Agenda - Nairobi, Kenya
December 2nd - December 4th, 2011
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