By Marjolijn van Raaij, Project Coordinator at Sky School
‘’We should think of refugee camps and communities as more than just population centers where people languish waiting for the war to end. Rather, we should think of refugee camps as centers of excellence, where refugees can triumph over their trauma and train for the day that they can go home as agents of positive change and social transformation.’’
Refugee education is at a vital turning point. While accessing education is a problem for all refugees, young adults aged 16 - 25 face particular difficulty in continuing their education once they have become uprooted.