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Global Perspective: igcse team project
Issues of gender inequality in refugee camps and restriction to good education
Possible research questions
To what extent do children in refugee camps face difficulty in receiving a quality education, and how does gender inequality further aggravate the issue?
To what extent do children face gender inequality which lead to difficulty in accessing quality education for refugees in camps?
Syria, Hyderabad, Jordan, Bangladesh
The reason we chose Syria as one of our cultural perspectives is because in the two camps, Zaatari and Azraq, several children have dreams of pursuing jobs in the future but are unable to due to the lack of education in the camp. Syria is one of our main cultural perspectives as there are two extremely huge refugee camps that are home for refugees who face extremely grave issues in Syria.
The reason we chose Kenya is due to the fact that the refugee Education in Crisis study shows refugee enrolment in school is failing to keep pace with all the issues especially in the 'Ifo II' camp, which is the largest camp in Kenya. We will be shedding light on the different ways the UNHRC has helped and other helpful suggestions that people can do to help these refugees from home
Children are removed from school and there educational systems leaving them alone and uneducated. This has been going on for decades and the government has done nothing to fix this problem as yet, which is why we wanted to put it in limelight.
We chose Jordan is due the gravity of the situation they create. Jordan population increases drastically everyday due to the large amount of refugees coming from Syria therefore education is a major problem. Although women are give education they are not give the importance and same level of education as males.
Karnataka is one of the largest tribunate refugee populations it used to suffer from a large number of female education problems and health care due to the large extent of resources used. Although in the last years the government has built a special school and an educational system for these refugees increasing the women work force and giving children a way to learn. Karnataka is in India which is why it is also one of our main cultural perspectives as it is close to home
One major advantage of a website which is really helpful for us is that it is online and is a platform accessible to a large group of people
There are high levels of credibility because all the information will be taken from reliable sources and will be cited
Large platform to spread awareness, which is a major advantage as it is our main aim is to give a spotlight to refugee children
Virtual representation of topic as we will include pictures as well as a video
A website looks extremely attractive with several colors and catches the eye if it looks presentable
Extremely easy to gain access
A large amount of knowledge can be spread to the people who read it
People who do not have access to technology or a sufficient amount of internet would not be able to read the website
On a website, there is a lot of spam and advertising which is unrelated to the topic
The users privacy can be at risk at times
The aim of this team project is to spread consciousness to the public and help people grasp knowledge about the limited quality education children receive within refugee camps, and attempt at making an impact by linking our website to 2 different organizations that collect funds to help give them a better lifestyle, and an ample amount of money to build schools.