World Refugee Day: the Hidden Truth of Refugees

World Refugee Day: The Hidden Truth of Refugees from Global Education Magazine on Vimeo.   Balata Camp is the largest refugee camp in the West Bank The area is 0.25 km2. The population registered by the UNRWA are 26,500 but the real number in the camp are 28,000. The unemployment rate in Balata camp is […]

Palestinian youth. By Khair A. Barham

Khair A. Barham Palestinian youth and social justice email: khair.barham@gmail.com                                                                                           […]

Education on the Frontline. By Irina Bokova.

    Article by Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO for Global Education Magazine “Education on the Frontline” January 2013 . . . . Official photo, Director-General, Irina Bokova – There are today 28 million primary school-age children, and as many or more young people, living in conflict areas and denied the chance to learn. This […]

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A New Perspective on the Israel-Palestine Conflict. Interview with Richard Forer.

Global Education Magazine logo meaning from Global Education Magazine Richard Forer in More Over AIPAC Conference Ruth Marjalizo: You were a stalwart follower of Israel during your whole life, but nowadays you are not anymore – or not as much as before. Can you explain to us what made you change your mind? Richard Forer: […]

A Race to the Future

Woroud Sawalha at the 2012 Olympic Games in London Ruth Marjalizo: Hello everybody from Nablus, West Bank. Today, I am going to interview Woroud Sawalha. As you might know, she was the first female representing Palestine in the London Olympic Games 2012. Assalamu ‘alaikum Woroud, thank you so much for being with us while you are busy with your exams. […]

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