Posts Tagged: education

Educating detained refugee and migrant children

Paul Holdsworth is an education policy expert and a member of the QCEA General Assembly QCEA’s recent report “Child Immigration Detention in Europe” notes that among the many negative experiences suffered by detained migrant children is a lack of opportunities

Educating detained refugee and migrant children

Paul Holdsworth is an education policy expert and a member of the QCEA General Assembly QCEA’s recent report “Child Immigration Detention in Europe” notes that among the many negative experiences suffered by detained migrant children is a lack of opportunities

Visiting Friends by Chloe Hassard

Towards the end of January, two pupils from Friends’ School Lisburn, Chloe Hassard and Caroline Finney, came to Brussels for a week of work experience with QCEA. They attended a number of meetings and have each written a short piece

Visiting Friends by Chloe Hassard

Towards the end of January, two pupils from Friends’ School Lisburn, Chloe Hassard and Caroline Finney, came to Brussels for a week of work experience with QCEA. They attended a number of meetings and have each written a short piece

How to Switch from Jobless Growth to Growthless Jobs? A Citizen’s Controversy Debate.

Europe is struggling. Since 2008 the European Union and its twenty-seven Member State governments have been under ever-increasing pressure to pull the continent out of its economic slump. Alongside this there have been endless remedies for how exactly this can

How to Switch from Jobless Growth to Growthless Jobs? A Citizen’s Controversy Debate.

Europe is struggling. Since 2008 the European Union and its twenty-seven Member State governments have been under ever-increasing pressure to pull the continent out of its economic slump. Alongside this there have been endless remedies for how exactly this can