27-years-old Haneen Atallah is speaking to an UNRWA beneficiary in her home in Beit Hanoun, northern Gaza. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Rushdi Al-Saraj
17 October 2016
The UNRWA Communications Office in Gaza established a designated Outreach and CwC team that has piloted various projects related to CwC, advocacy, awareness, and outreach campaigns
© 2016 UNRWA Photo by Tamer Hamam
07 October 2016
On the occasion of World Teacher Day, and under the theme of 'empowered teachers and sustainable societies', UNRWA celebrates the progress achieved to date in the Agency’s education reform strategy
(From left to right): Salam Saleh, Itaf al-Kasaji and Safa Saleh from the UNRWA Amir Hassan Preparatory 1 School in Jordan are among the thousands of teachers and educators who have been trained on the Agency’s Human Rights, Conflict Resolution and Tolerance (HRCRT) Education Toolkit, as part of the broader UNRWA Education Reform. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Viola Bruttomesso
05 October 2016
In the lead-up to World Teachers’ Day, teachers at the UNRWA Amir Hassan Preparatory 1 School in Jordan were asked about their favorite topic to teach. They responded enthusiastically, “Human rights!” Safa Saleh, an UNRWA teacher, works with her students at the UNRWA Amir Hassan Preparatory 1 School in Jordan. © 2016...
Damascus Training Centre, Syria, August 2016. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Iyad Alfaouri
20 September 2016
UNRWA celebrates the achievements with the students and their parents 17 of its students, including youth from Yarmouk, who were among those who obtained the highest marks in the grade 9 national examinations in Syria
Originally from Darayya, on the outskirts of Damascus, Haytham Matar is one of the many refugees who left their homes when the shelling became too dangerous in 2012. He and his family sought refuge in Khan Eshieh camp. His case illustrates the situation of internally displaced youth whose education has been disrupted as a result of the conflict in Syria. In spite of these dramatic circumstances, he holds onto his hope for the future and his dream of becoming a surgeon. © 2016 UNRWA Photo by Taghrid Mohammad
19 September 2016
“The world needs to care because the situation of Palestine refugees has never been as critical since 1948 and 1967, because the lack of political horizon and personal opportunities is draining them of their hope, creativity and resolve,” says UNRWA Commissioner-General Pierre Krähenbühl