Date: Wednesday 14 December 2022.
Time: 13:00 -15:00.
Place: Oslo, Norway.
What does the education landscape look like for Rohingya refugee children in Bangladesh? How has the Covid-19 pandemic impacted the options for learning among refugees and host communities? What are the challenges for education providers operating in this context and ‘what works’? What do the refugees themselves want and what are they doing to achieve their goals?
The EducAid project, hosted at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), in collaboration with Cornell University, USA and Innovations of Poverty Action (IPA) seeks to address these questions. The project relies on both quantitative data based on a series of household surveys with both refugees and hosts, and a qualitative study with Rohingya teachers and students that includes a documentary film project.
The research is funded by the Research Council of Norway through the NORGLOBAL-programme.