"Education in a Time of Coronavirus" for the Steve Sinnott Foundation
Updated: Nov 11, 2020
My name is Elizabeth and I am the Communications Officer here at Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow (YTT). I also work as a freelance print journalist focusing on refugee/migrant, human-rights and education in emergency stories. Next year, I will be a Master student at the University of East Anglia in eastern England, studying International Development, also focusing on education in emergencies, conflict/post-conflict reconciliation and war crime.
I was recently asked to write about our learning approach for both formal and informal educational settings and wider work at Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow, about issues relating to educational access for refugee, migrant and displaced communities, as well as the importance of girls' education, for an English organisation called The Steve Sinnott Foundation, which works with teachers and educators to deliver projects that progress the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 4 - To ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.
The majority of their work takes place in The Gambia, Cuba, Haiti and Nepal.
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