Maysa Jalbout is a recognised leader in international development and philanthropy with over 25 years of experience in building effective organisations, initiatives and innovative partnerships in Canada, the Middle East and in developing nations. She was the founding CEO of the Abdulla Al Ghurair Foundation for Education and has held senior roles including as the founding CEO of the Queen Rania Foundation and advisor to global leaders, philanthropists, companies and aid agencies. As Non-resident Fellow at the Brookings Institution, Jalbout has produced visible research and thought leadership strategies in education. As a former refugee, Jalbout is passionate about supporting refugees.
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Achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4 18 December 2022
Refugee Education: Key Tensions and Opportunities
Maysa Jalbout, Katy Bullard
Refugee education is more critical than ever. Centering refugee voices and resolving key tensions in policy and programming will be critical for ensuring that all refugee students and teachers receive the support they need. Teachers’ unions can play an important role in these processes, connecting refugee teachers to valuable services,...Refugee Education: Key Tensions and Opportunities