Category Archives: Reflections on Migration & Education

“This is not a school break or holiday”: Syrian refugee students in Turkey during Covid-19

“How do school closures during Covid-19 influence Syrian students in Turkey? I have written for REACH Initiative at Harvard University.  Below find a short excerpt: “Syrian refugees in Turkey are not a monolithic community, and Syrian refugee children have diverse educational needs, resources, and attainments that may fail any centralized short-term education policies. Taking these… Read More »

Challenging Stereotypes on Migration

Whether voluntary migration or forced displacements, it really matters to govern public opinion about some contested issues to facilitate the inclusion of migrants and refugees into the receiving societies. Concerning some debated issues ranging from participation in the labour market to having migrant students in the classroom, The Migration Policy Centre report Is what we… Read More »