Promising Practices in Refugee Education synthesis report launch Social media toolkit

Promising Practices in Refugee Education (PPIRE) is a joint initiative of Save the Children, the world’s largest independent children’s rights organisation, UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, and Pearson, the world’s learning company. Launched in March 2017, the initiative set out to identify, document and promote innovative ways to effectively reach refugee children and young people with quality educational opportunities.

On 22 September, during the UN General Assembly, we are launching a report that synthesises the key findings and lessons learned from across more than twenty projects that were selected as part of the initiative. Those projects and the experience of implementing partners have been used to identify ten recommendations aimed at improving refugee education policy and practice.

Use this social media toolkit starting 15 September, to build up momentum towards the big launch event on 22 September.

This toolkit has three sections - (1) Tweets to use starting now until 21 September (2) Sample tweets for case studies as teasers to the launch event, organisations are urged to create & post their own (3) Tweets for the launch film and report

Hashtags: #EveryLastChild , #EveryChildLearning , #WithRefugees , #UNGA , #Refugees

Suggested Tweets leading up to the event on 22 September

Closing edu gap for child #refugees needs urgent attn. Join us on 22 Sept to unveil those innovative practices http://bit.ly/2vVNfve #UNGA

We're unveiling 20 of the best practices in refugee education on 22 Sept -#EveryLastChild deserves to learn http://bit.ly/2vVNfve #UNGA

Join us on 22 Sept as we unveil best practices from around the world on refugee education - #EveryLastChild deserves to go to school #UNGA

We're asking world leaders at #UNGA to prioritise #refugee education.On 22 Sept we'll unveil best practices to make it happen! RT to join

With @pearson & @Refugees we've shortlisted 20 innovative projects in #refugee education. Join us on 22 Sept! #EveryChildLearning #UNGA

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Below are example tweets. Organisations are urged to create & post their own tweets as teasers before the launch, using the examples below to build momentum amongst your followers. Tag @PromisingRefEd so we RT

Do u know about @iact's project that trains #refugee women to manage early education? Know more on 22 Sept > http://bit.ly/2vVNfve #UNGA

Photo credit: iAct

.@WarChildUK provides 'safe space' for child refugees in Jordan.To know all abt their best practice, join us on 22 Sept! #everychildLearning

Photo credit: War Child UK

.@save_children runs an edu project for children on the move in #Serbia. Find out abt the 'Box of Wonder' on 22 Sept #UNGA #EveryLastChild

Photo credit: Save the Children

.@wusc's project to improve girls' academic performance in #Kenya is 1 of 20 best practices in #refugee edu launching on 22 Sep #UNGA

Photo credit: World University Service of Cananda


WATCH! 3.5M child #refugees r out of school.But 20 innovative projects r reaching them w/ edu -here's wht they recommend #EveryChildLearning

What are some of the best practices in refugee education out there? WATCH this short film for the answers. #EveryLastChild #UNGA

"Education is like oxygen for us" WATCH why it's crucial to learn from the best practices in #refugee education #EveryChildLearning

FACEBOOK POST FOR THE FILM: Over half of the world's refugees are children, majority of which experience the double jeopardy of losing both their homes and their education. So Save the Children, in partnership with Pearson and UNHCR decided to go out and find the innovative best practices already existing in reaching refugee children with some form of education. We shortlisted twenty such projects, ranging from grassroot organisations to big iNGOs and Education Institutes, and used their experience and insights to come up with 10 recommendations. Watch this short video to find out what they are! [upload video]

W/ @pearson & @refugees we found 20 projects that are using innovative practices in #refugee education > http://bit.ly/2vVNfve #UNGA

What are the best ways to get #refugee children learning? We have 20! Find out here > http://bit.ly/2vVNfve #EveryChildLearning #UNGA

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