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In the early 1950s, about 50 per cent of primary school age children were out of school. In 1970, that figure stood at 28 per cent. Today, it has come down to 9 per cent. Progress has been slow, and there is still more to be done, but many millions of children have realized their right to education...
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Biography: Dr. Robert Henley is a clinical psychologist who has researched child protection and psychosocial support. He has extensive experience in the field abroad and lived in Switzerland for several years, working at two renowned universities where he focused on the benefits of post-disaster...
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Biography: Michael Wessells, PhD, is Professor at Columbia University in the Program on Forced Migration and Health. A long time psychosocial and child protection practitioner, he is former Co-Chair of the IASC Task Force on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings and also...
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As we draw 2019 to a close, we reflect upon another year wherein millions of people were forced to flee their homes because of armed conflict or violence. On the eve of this holiday season, human rights lawyer and refugee advocate Charlie Martel personalizes some of the physical, legal and...
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