Marion Touboul, ARTE | 6 February 2016

 

"As war destroyed lives and buildings in Syria, Alaa had to interrupt her architecture studies. Now a scholarship is helping her finish her degree in Portugal". Read Alaa´s story. 

 

"Expertise, skills, knowledge gained in Portugal will help rebuild your own country", UNSG told to Syrian students.

 

12 May 2016 | Lisbon (Portugal)

 

23 - 24 May 2016 | Istanbul (Turkey)

 

13 & 14 July 2016 | United Nations

 

24 May 2016 | Istanbul (Turkey)

 

Nour, student supported by the GP4SYS, is a Syrian young Architect living in Portugal interested in the dialogue between civilizations and cultures. He has participated in different events and made several talks in Portugal. Here you will find his testimonial and some pictures.

 

Testimonial: "I would like to tell every person who believes in his/her dreams, just don’t let any weak or trouble disappoint or give you up, cause life is challenge and battle to reach our dreams...."

 

Syrian students supported by the GP4SYS achieved a great step in their academic lives. 

 

3 - 5 November 2015, Doha, Qatar

 

Testimonial: "Eventually, I hope that in the near future, I would be able to translate the knowledge I have gotten here into an effective practice in Syria’s political life."

 

Testimonial: "let’s do a series of activities in refugee camps in “Jordan, Lebanon, and Turkey...."

 

Testimonial: "Aram’s enthusiastic tone reappeared in his phone calls, which relieved us even in our most stressful days...."

 

25 November 2015, Hotel Double Tree (Portugal)

 

"I’ve felt a duty to broaden my expertise and subsequently contribute to addressing the health crisis affecting my country.”

 

31 October 2015, Music Conservatory of Coimbra (Portugal)

 

Are you a 2nd , 3rd, 4th or 5th year Medical Student ?


Would you like to continue your Medical studies in Portugal ?

 

Tuesday, 06 October 2015 11:00

Rapid Response Mechanism for Higher Education in Emergencies

Rapid Response Mechanism for Higher Education in Emergencies

 

Why? 

The failure to prioritize higher education in humanitarian response renders entire generations uneducated, developmentally disadvantaged, and unprepared to contribute to their society’s recovery.

What?

It is proposed to set up a Rapid Response Mechanism for Higher Education in Emergencies in order to support Higher Education among refugees and displaced people.

How does it work?

The core component of this Rapid Response is a Global Fund for Higher Education in Emergencies.

 

Download and know more about why a Rapid Mechanism for Higher Education in Emergencies.

 

 

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