The Community Mobilization in Crisis project, works to enhance the resilience and strength of refugee and host communities in Lebanon, as well as marginalized communities elsewhere, through community mobilization, a process that builds community through participatory, sustained initiatives where community members plan, carry out, and evaluate projects to meet their needs and improve their wellbeing.
70.8million people worldwide are displaced annually, with a current rate of 26 people newly displaced every minute. Over the last decade, more than 24 million...
World University Service of Canada (WUSC) is a Canadian international development organization dedicated to improving education, self-reliance, and empowerment of young people, particularly women and refugees.
The Open University UK (OU) is the world’s first successful open and distance university, set up in 1969 to promote social justice by making education accessible to all (over 160,000 students/year).
Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an international Catholic organisation with a mission to accompany, serve, and advocate with and on behalf of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons, that they may heal, learn, and determine their own futures. JRS’s Pathfinder program offers professional and vocational education to refugees and host community members with multiple entry points, career counselling and job placement to build resilience, well-being, and economic activity in refugee communities.
BHER is a consortium of universities and non-governmental organization working together to bring university education to refugees and displaced and war-affected local populations in Dadaab, Kenya.
InZone is an academic center at the University of Geneva pioneering innovative approaches to higher education in communities affected by conflict and humanitarian crisis. InZone facilitates the delivery of contextualized, safe and inclusive tertiary education to refugee populations stranded in transit countries.
Australian Catholic University (ACU) is a public not-for-profit Australian university funded by the Australian Government. The university has eight campuses across Australia and one in Rome. Since 2004, ACU has been involved in delivering tertiary education on the Thai-Myanmar border to refugees, particularly persecuted ethnic groups, who have fled repression and civil war in Myanmar.
Kepler is a non-governmental organization working in Rwanda since 2013, in partnership with Southern New Hampshire University. SNHU provides students in East Africa with access to accredited American degrees through their innovative competency-based online degree.