Building resilient higher education spaces for displaced populations

Held on November 27, 2018, this webinar introduced InZone, a Swiss academic center that build higher education spaces for refugees.

No Lost Generation Tech Task Force
Three adolescent girls working on a computer and laughing, with their instructor in the back
NLG Tech Task Force
27 November 2018

Rapid advances in technology and online learning have laid the foundations for making higher education opportunities more accessible to adolescents and youth affected by crisis. In this webinar, participants heard about InZone, an academic center at the University of Geneva, focused on building higher education spaces in refugee contexts. InZone partners with UN agencies, NGOs, private sector companies, and higher education institutions to design, implement, and scientifically validate learner-centered and technology-supported pedagogical models. The webinar will feature projects in Azraq Refugee Camp in Jordan and Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya.

Read more and access the recording HERE.