education

The University of Bari | Photo: Aldo Moro
Young people under 34 formed the majority of those seeking asylum in 2015-16. Difficulties with the integration process across the EU could lead to a wasted generation of potential | Credit: IOM
A group of students eating  | Photo: OVGU
Refugees at the University of Catania | Photo: ANSA/ORIETTA SCARDINO
Mentors come from all walks of life in Dresden and volunteer to help children between 6 and 18 with their studies in Germany | Photo: With kind permission of the Foreigners' Council Dresden and the Educational Mentorship program
Asylum seeker children learning at a reception center in Germany, 2016 | Photo: picture alliance/P. Steffen
As Afghans head to the polls to vote for their president, more people than ever are contemplating to leave the country | Photo: picture-alliance/spa/S. Sabawoon
About one in 25 school-age children in Germany was born outside Europe | picture alliance
Ahmed Musa and his friends celebrate his degree at the University of Turin | Photo: ANSA
Community-based education programs like this one in Kabul, Afghanistan are often the only opportunity for refugee children, especially girls, to receive an adequate education | Copyright: Paula Bronstein for HRW
A doctor looks out of a window at a hospital | Photo: Picture-alliance
Bakari Coulibaly, known as Bouba, after receiving his degree | Photo: ANSA