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Policy Text on Educational Rights of Forced Displaced Persons

The UNESCO Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) jointly published a policy document ahead of the World Humanitarian Summit. According to the data in the document, only 50 percent of refugee children attend primary school, and only 25 percent of adolescent refugees attend secondary school.
Publishing Date:
2016
Language:
Turkish
Publisher:
NESCO Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report and UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
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13.12.2021

The UNESCO Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) jointly published a policy document ahead of the World Humanitarian Summit. According to the data in the document, only 50 percent of refugee children attend primary school, and only 25 percent of adolescent refugees attend secondary school.

This paper, published jointly by the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the Global Education Monitoring Report before the World Humanitarian Summit, shows that the rights to education of groups of people who have been forcibly displaced are grossly neglected. The text urges countries and their humanitarian and development partners to ensure that internally displaced people, asylum seekers, and refugee children and youth are included in national education plans and to ensure that better data is collected to monitor the situation.

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