[NEW] Listening to IDPs to achieve inclusive and equitable quality education

An unprecedented number of people are on the move globally due to conflict, violence, or natural disasters. More focus is put onto refugees and less is on people that have been displaced within their own national borders – internally displaced people (IDPs). This synthesis paper collects research on the situation of IDPs and the outcomes from five INEE round table events held in March-April which had the purpose of listening and working with IDPs.

This paper is available in English, with translations forthcoming in Arabic, French, Portuguese, and Spanish.

Read the paper online.

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