Today in Greece, 75,000 people are stuck in camps and unstable accommodation. 60% of children are not in formal schooling. Adults need language education to help them build a future. Hundreds of local organisations, each with dedicated volunteers, are doing what they can to help.
The situation is complex and always changing. When you’re focused on daily challenges, it’s difficult to train volunteers or build networks to share ideas and insights.
That’s where refugeeEd fits in.
We partner experienced teachers with local organisations who want training and mentoring
We share great practice, expertise, and resources among organisations on the ground.
We work together so that all those fleeing violence can access a good education.
RefugeeEd works to ensure that children and adults fleeing violence have access to a good education, by promoting collaboration and providing support and expertise to local organisations, teachers, and volunteers.