We need to be intellectually honest with ourselves to understand that if we are to have meaningful impact actually solving real world problems, we cannot move at the pace that may normally be comfortable to us as academics.

– Dr. Stephen Rasche, Catholic University of Erbil

In this section you will soon find projects connected to research:

  • Research on the phenomena of forced migration and mass human displacement;
  • Specific research on the pedagogical paradigms, tools, practices and technologies that are most effective in the education of people at the margins.

Here is the place to share the work of the RME members. We will be recommending papers, academic journals and books, and we will also review them so that we can all benefit from them to help educate migrants and refugees.

Our projects

One of the most frequent topics in Pope Francis’ public interventions, either orally or in writing, regards refugees and migrants. His teachings speak about a humble Church on a mission to assist th

The Multifaith Alliance for Syrian Refugees (“MFA”) has prepared The Three Great Fears, a succinct compilation of relevant data that responds to what it has identified as the pri