On Tuesday, April 7, 2020, the team who conducted the research for the "Educational Pathways for Refugee Students; Comparing Higher Education Interventions for Refugees in Germany and Lebanon" gave an online presentation on their findings.
Using the example of Germany and Lebanon, the report expands on how refugees in these two countries transition from non-formal education into formal higher education in accredited, degree granting institutions. The presentation will provide an overview of the landscape in both countries, discuss specific initiatives, lessons learned, challenges, and recommendations.
Bernhard Streitwieser, George Washington University
Jisun Jeong, George Washington University
Lukas Brueck, GFA Consulting Group GmbH
Kathryn Duffy Jaeger, Rutgers University
Hana Addam Al-Ghali, American University of Beirut
Jane Roche, Rutgers University
The presentation was hosted by Nele Feldmann, Institute of International Education
Read and download the report here.
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