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By Fr. René Micallef, SJ — Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, Italy   Borders have been a fixed item in the news lately. Mr Trump makes sure we keep them at the forefront of our mind, even during the D-Day celebrations. I […]

By Dr Monika Hubbard (and Dr Paulina Guzik)   When contacting Ashish Gadnis, there is a good chance he will answer from anywhere but from his home in Austin, Texas. He might spend a Wednesday in Rwanda, and then by […]

By Dr. Monika Hubbard   How can universities and NGOs best work together? — Just one of the questions that the speakers of the first plenary session on the third and final day of the RME Network conference tried to […]

By Dr. Monika Hubbard   After a snowy night and morning in New York City, the second day of the international conference of the RME Network kicked off with a roundtable on best practices of refugee education. Chaired by Dr. […]

Members of the Refugee & Migrant Education Network, along with participants of the conference on Global Initiatives in Migrant and Refugee Education currently taking place in New York City, presented best practices in refugee and migrant education. Here are a few […]

Leading experts from universities, NGOs and (not)-for-profit organizations around the world followed the invitation of the Refugee & Migrant Education (RME) Network and gathered at Manhattan College in New York City today to kick off three days of sharing best […]