education

© 2015 UNRWA Photo by Mohammad Safi
06 January 2016
UNRWA schools in the West Bank received top awards from the British Council’s prestigious International School Award (ISA) programme for 2015 in recognition of their efforts to bring the wider world into the classroom
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© 2015 UNRWA Photo
06 January 2016
Imagine a world made up of 100 people. What would it look like? What kind of people would be in it? What language would they speak? What would their cultures value?
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25 December 2015
UNRWA participated in the UNESCO-led meeting on 15 and 16 December 2015, the ‘First Arab Regional Meeting on Education 2030’, with the theme ‘Towards Collective Action in Achieving Education 2030 Goals in the Arab Region’
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23 December 2015
The UNRWA education programme launched the School Based Teacher Development (SBTD) II programme - a key dimension of the UNRWA Education Reform Strategy (2011-2016) - in the Agency's five fields of operations
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23 December 2015
Experts from across the five UNRWA fields of operations came together in Amman last week to share the achievements and challenges in providing quality and relevant Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) to about 6,882 Palestine refugee youth
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‘Education brings hope in emergencies’ animation video. © UNRWA 2015
22 December 2015
UNRWA has launched a new animated video for children and families affected by conflict as part of its Education in Emergencies programme. The video, ‘Education Brings Hope in Times of Emergencies’, encourages families to utilize UNRWA resources and support their children in re-engaging in education during times of...
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© 2015 UNRWA Photo by Alaa Ghosheh
10 December 2015
UNRWA schools in Gaza, the West Bank, Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan brought together students, parents and teachers along with representatives from countries around the world to participate in activities to mark Human Rights Day
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Students from the UNRWA Damascus Training Centre explain their model of a sustainable city or ‘eco-city’ to Director of UNRWA Affairs in Syria Michael Kingsley-Nyinah at this year’s SyriaTech exhibition. © 2015 UNRWA Photo
09 December 2015
UNRWA students never miss an opportunity to apply what they have learned during their vocational training classes. On 24 October, 11 Palestine refugee students from the UNRWA Damascus Training Centre displayed their inventions at the SyriaTech exhibition
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