"Education will prepare refugee children and youth for the world of today and of tomorrow. In turn, it will make that world more resilient, sustainable and peaceful. And that is not a bad return on our investment" - Filippo Grandi, UN High Commissioner for Refugees
A brand new report from UNHCR tells the stories of some of the world's 7.1 million children of school age and looks at the educational aspirations of refugee youth who want to keep learning after secondary education.
3.7 million refugee children are out of school. This new report shows the devastating impact of this and highlights what can be done to change things.
Each year in the UK, RSN is working with some 500 refugee young people to help them get into, stay in and do well in education. Can you help us help more?
If you gave up one coffee a week to make a donation of £10 a month to RSN, over the course of a year you'd enable 24 young people to get to educational support sessions with our team. A great return on your investment!