Supporting Refugee Children in Education | Kevin Watkins | RSA Replay

The number of globally displaced people is higher than it has ever been and, in recent years, this has brought unprecedented challenges to receiving countries. Many displaced people cite education as one of their highest and most immediate priorities. While there are individuals and organisations making efforts to improve learning opportunities for displaced children and young people, education systems across the world are struggling to meet the growing, and unique, educational and psychosocial needs of refugees.

Speakers: Kevin Watkins, Chief Executive, Save the Children; Charlotte Balfour-Poole, senior humanitarian education adviser, Save the Children UK; Alice Sachrajda, Researcher on Immigration and Migrant Integration; Gulwali Passarlay, global youth ambassador, Theirworld
Chair: Selina Nwulu, Educationalist, writer and poet

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