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Global Framework for Refugee Education

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Introduction


Refugee children and youth have a right to education. 
Their right to and need for quality

education do not pause in times of emergency and displacement; instead, they become amplified. Access to inclusive and equitable quality education in national systems creates conditions in which children and youth can learn, thrive and develop their potential; build individual and collective resilience; experience and negotiate peaceful coexistence; and contribute to their societies. Inclusion is the best option for refugees, displaced and stateless children and youth and their hosting communities.

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