Education for refugee children: GPE's approach cited as a model

|Source: UN Human Rights Commissioner|
Students in Nepal after the 2015 earthquake. Crédit: GPE/Aya Kibesaki

The Human Rights Council held its annual full-day meeting on the rights of the child with a panel discussion focusing on children in humanitarian situations and on how States and the international community can be more accountable.

Shahrzad Tadjbakhsh, Deputy Director of the Division of International Protection, noted in her remarks that GPE offers an example of good practice in the inclusion of refugee chidren in national education programs.

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