UNHCR-report: Left Behind - Refugee Education in Emergencies

This report tells the stories of some of the world’s 6.4 million refugee children and adolescents under UNHCR’s mandate who are of primary and secondary school-going age, between 5 and 17. In addition, it looks at the educational aspirations of refugee youth eager to continue learning after secondary education, and examines the conditions under which those who teach refugees carry out their work.



 Geneva Summer School Higher Education in Emergencies & Crises, Nairobi (Kenya), September 10-21, 2018.


InZone's Paul O'Keeffe participated in the OER19 panel discussion in Galway, 10 April 2019.


InZone SXSW Awards Ceremony Presentation

Opening of InZone office at UN Office at Nairobi

Interview with Prof. Barbara Moser-Mercer.

InZone's Learning Labs in Kakuma: Challenges

InZone’s learning labs are facing urgent challenges: climate conditions (dust, wind and heat), renewable energy needs, mobile internet connectivity issues, limited space to host students, and more.

InZone's Kakuma Café

InZone opens café in Kakuma Refugee Camp as part of efforts to develop a higher education space in a refugee camp.

Higher Education in Emergencies - Summer School

Moocs for Education in Emergencies

MOOCs, E-Learning and Beyond: Keynote Lecture by Barbara Moser-Mercer.


The Aidpreneur The Aidpreneur

Dr. Barbara Moser-Mercer discusses the challenges of Higher Education in Emergencies on this podcast of the Aidpreneur.

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Barbara Moser-Mercer and Erin Hayba at Swissnex Everyone a humanitarian

Interview with Erin Hayba and Dr. Barbara Moser-Mercer from the SwissNex Humanitarian Action 101 workshop

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Espace 2 - BabyloneHumanitaire et communication: quels défis aujourd'hui ?

Podcast featuring the directors of InZone and CERAH, who discuss the challenges of humanitarian communication today.

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