Certification counts: recognizing the learning attainments of displaced and refugee students

Languages
English
Series
IIEP policy brief, 1
Year
2009
Pages
8 p.

Online version

About the publication

The issue of certification of refugee and IDP learning has been identified as a significant policy and research gap. This brief lays out a number of recommendations for ensuring that student learning is validated. It is based on findings presented in the book 'Certification counts: recognizing the learning attainments of displaced and refugee students', Kirk (Ed.), IIEP-UNESCO, 2009. The book and policy brief are the result of the research partnership between IIEP-UNESCO, the Amsterdam Institute for Metropolitan and International Development Studies of the University of Amsterdam and the International Rescue Committee. Produced with support from the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it is intended both for ministerial officials planning education in crisis or conflict settings and education practitioners in international, non-governmental, refugee and donor agencies.
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