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Adolescent Girls Non-Formal Education in Emergencies (AGNEE)
AGNEE uses a blended learning approach to teach Rohingya adolescent girls. Students will be equipped with 3G enabled mobile devices to access lessons and educational r...
During Encounters students will get to know the stories of asylum seekers as told by the asylum seekers themselves. The goal is to increase dialogue in society. The le...
NaTakallam connects displaced people — including refugees from Syria, Iraq, Iran, Venezuela, and beyond — with students around the world, to provide affordable, flexib...
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Ideas Box is a portable media toolkit that contains books, games, entertainment devices, and tablets designed to spark learning and imagination. The Box runs on a low-...
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Initiative for Peace
An initiative to train young people to become peace-builders, with the aim of facilitating peace conferences for youth from areas of conflict or post-conflict, ultimat...
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Alliance for Refugee Youth Support and Education
ARYSE is a student-centered organization supporting immigrant and refugee youth in becoming engaged, confident, and celebrated. Through out-of-school-time programs emp...
We collect gently used laptops from corporations and institutions, wipe and load them with an operating system, software and a wealth of interactive educational conten...
We inspire lifelong learners for a tolerant and inclusive world. At SIMA we have a saying: “Documentary is Fatal to Prejudice.” Our vision is a global society that nur...
The Ghata Project
Ghata (Arabic word for cover) is a holistic restorative built environment that makes high quality education accessible, increases knowledge attainment, reduces distres...
Since 2011, Speed School has worked in partnership with Ethiopian NGOs to enable 113,000 children to get a second chance at education. Over 90% of the children who sta...
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Meet The Documentaries That Are Revolutionizing Classrooms
The Global Oneness Project is changing education from the ground-up, by providing cinematic documentaries, photo-essays and journalistic writing that you can use for free in the classroom.
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Aline Sara on the Importance of Learning A Second Language
Aline Sara is the founder and CEO of NaTakallam, a social enterprise that hires refugees as language partners to teach language learners over Skype.
Don’t Miss This Opportunity To Bring Arabic Language & Culture To Your Classroom, For Free!
Until 2nd March educators can bring NaTakallam to their classroom, totally for free! Find out more...
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The Innovators Providing Hope For A ‘Lost Generation’ Of Refugee Children
Millions of refugee children face a bleak future without access to education. These innovations are finding simple yet impactful ways to bring learning opportuni...