UNHCR / REFUGEE EDUCATION CAMPAIGN

13-Sep-2022 00:06:47
All Inclusive: the Campaign for Refugee Education, calls for the inclusion of refugees in national education systems from the start of humanitarian emergencies, through protracted displacement situations and in longer-term development planning. UNHCR
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STORY: UNHCR / REFUGEE EDUCATION CAMPAIGN
TRT: 6:47
SOURCE: UNHCR
RESTRICTIONS: PLEASE CREDIT UNHCR ON SCREEN
LANGAUGE: ARABIC / ENGLISH / ROHINGYA / NATS

DATELINE: PLEASE CHECK SHOTLIST FOR DETAILS
SHOTLIST
27 JANUARY 2021, MAKPANDU REFUGEE CAMP, SOUTH SUDAN

1. SOUNDBITE (English) Atovura Chantal, Congolese refugee student:
“I like chemistry because if there is a chance for me to go ahead with my education, I would like to do medicine.”
2. Various shots, Atovura writing on a chalkboard in school

22 MAY 2022, KUTUPALONG CAMP, BANGLADESH

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Yeasmine, Rohingya refugee:
“If I could continue my education, I would become a doctor or a teacher”
4. Various shots, Yeasmine in class

17, 25 JUNE 2021, BARRANQUILLA, COLOMBIA

5. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Yohana:

“I want my children to study, to one day have a career. This is my biggest dream, one that I haven’t been able to accomplish.”

6. Various shots, Yohana and her son pushing a cart

22 MAY 2022, KUTUPALONG CAMP, BANGLADESH

7. Wide shot, Yeasmine and her classmates

27 JANUARY 2021, MAKPANDU REFUGEE CAMP, SOUTH SUDAN

8. Med shot, Atvotura in class

5 MAY 2022, CHISINAU, MOLDOVA

9. Various shots, Daria and her family outside their residence
10. SOUNDBITE Daria, Refugee From Ukraine:
“We left the day after the explosions started. n fact, my mom woke me up, and she told me to pack my stuff fast. I took a toy with me. It's a small toy giraffe.”
11. SOUNDBITE Daria, Refugee From Ukraine:
“When we started studying, and also my little brother having his classes online, we started to feel better. You get distracted and are busy with homework”
12. Various shots, Daria and her family inside their residence, studying, hugging

17 SEPTEMBER 2020, KARA TEPE, LESVOS ISLAND, GREECE
13. Med shot, little girl laughing and showing her doll to the camera
14. Med shot, father pushing a cart with his daughter on top

27 JANUARY 2021, MAKPANDU REFUGEE CAMP, SOUTH SUDAN

15. Various shots, Avotura in class with a teacher

24 SEPTEMBER 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA

16. Med shot, Raba walking to school
17. SOUNDBITE (Arabi) Raba Hakim, Sudanese refugee scholar:
“There were girls in 12th grade, wishing they could also get an opportunity to further their studies.”
18. Various shots, Raba in school studying with computers

FILE – UGANDA

19. Various shots, children in school studying

24 SEPTEMBER 2021, NAIROBI, KENYA

20. SOUNDBITE (English) Filippo Grandi, UN High Commissioner for Refugees:
“Education is very important. Some of these children are refugee children born in difficult circumstances, often very small, when they have to flee their country. Education gives them hope, gives them a sense that there is a future. This is why it's so important to support refugee education, in particular when it is done together with the host community.”

25 JULY 2022, MBERA REFUGEE CAMP, MAURITANIA

21. Various shots, mother holding her newborn in her arms

31 JANUARY 2021, KUTUPALONG CAMP, BANGLADESH

22. Various shots, young girl looking into an empty classroom

24 APRIL 2022, KUTUPALONG CAMP, BANGLADESH

23. Various shots, two young girls walking in a classroom

KAKUMA REFUGEE CAMP, KENYA

24. Drone shot, school yard

25. Med shot, Magartu walking in the streets

26. Med shot, Magartu at the market

27. SOUNDBITE (English) Magartu Dedefi:
“I want to be a lawyer because I want to defend people who have been denied their rights like people with disabilities, orphans and widows.”

28. Various shots, Magartu Reading a braille book

27 JANUARY 2021, MAKPANDU REFUGEE CAMP, SOUTH SUDAN

29. Various shots, students in a classroom

ESFAHAN, IRAN

30. Various shots, young girls in a classroom

24 APRIL 2022, KUTUPALONG CAMP, BANGLADESH

31. Med shot, Shah teaching in class

32. SOUNDBITE (Rohingya) Shah, Rohingya teacher:
"I want to keep refugees who are studying on track, until the day I'm no longer here. “

33. Various shots, children in class studying

34. SOUNDBITE (Rohingya) Shah, Rohingya teacher:

“Without education, no one can move forward. My students cherish the dream of becoming something in their hearts."

17 AND 18 MARCH 2021, ANCUABE, CABO DELGADO, MOZAMBIQUE

35. Close up, children seated on the ground

36. Wide shot, woman carrying two babies

KAKUMA REFUGEE CAMP, KENYA

37. SOUNDBITE (English) Magartu Dedefi, Ethiopian refugee:
“The inclusive school helped me a lot because I compete with the other learners.
It made me to have that courage of saying, who am I not to be number one?”

38. Wide shot, Magartu in class

39. Various shots, Magartu using her braille typing machine
STORYLINE
All Inclusive: the Campaign for Refugee Education, reveals the latest data on refugee enrolment in pre-primary, secondary and tertiary levels of education. It calls for the inclusion of refugees in national education systems from the start of humanitarian emergencies, through protracted displacement situations and in longer-term development planning. And it urges the international community as a whole to back up inclusion efforts with funding, infrastructure, technology, training, certification and more.

SOUNDBITE (English) Atovura Chantal, Congolese refugee student:
“I like chemistry because if there is a chance for me to go ahead with my education, I would like to do medicine.”

SOUNDBITE (English) Yeasmine, Rohingya refugee:
“If I could continue my education, I would become a doctor or a teacher”

SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Yohana:
“I want my children to study, to one day have a career. This is my biggest dream, one that I haven’t been able to accomplish.”

Education is a human right. for refugees it also means safety, protection and a return to a familiar routine.

SOUNDBITE Daria, Refugee From Ukraine:
“We left the day after the explosions started. In fact, my mom woke me up, and she told me to pack my stuff fast. I took a toy with me. It's a small toy giraffe.

SOUNDBITE Daria, Refugee From Ukraine:
“When we started studying, and also my little brother having his classes online, we started to feel better. You get distracted and are busy with homework.”

More than half of the world’s 27 million refugees are children, but only 68 percent of school-going age children are enrolled in primary school, 37 percent are in secondary
and just six percent go to college or university.

SOUNDBITE (Arabi) Raba Hakim, Sudanese refugee scholar:
“There were girls in 12th grade, wishing they could also get an opportunity to further their studies.”

Refugees need access to a high-quality education, from early childhood right through to higher learning.

SOUNDBITE (English) Filippo Grandi, UN High Commissioner for Refugees:
“Education is very important. Some of these children are refugee children born in difficult circumstances, often very small, when they have to flee their country. Education gives them hope, gives them a sense that there is a future. This is why it's so important to support refugee education, in particular when it is done together with the host community.”

When all children are included in education systems, they improve their own lives and those of their communities. When they miss out, we all miss out.

SOUNDBITE (English) Magartu Dedefi:
“I want to be a lawyer because I want to defend people who have been denied their rights like people with disabilities, orphans and widows.”

Investing in good schools, in qualified teachers, better learning resources and certification, helps equip children with the skills they need for life and work and a chance to turn dreams and ambitions into reality.

SOUNDBITE (Rohingya) Shah, Rohingya teacher:
"I want to keep refugees who are studying on track, until the day I'm no longer here. Without education, no one can move forward. My students cherish the dream of becoming something in their hearts."

Every child deserves an education, all refugees included.

SOUNDBITE (English) Magartu Dedefi, Ethiopian refugee:
“The inclusive school helped me a lot because I compete with the other learners.
It made me to have that courage of saying, who am I not to be number one?”
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