Glasgow Refugee Asylum and Migration Network (GRAMNet)

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Lifelong Learning in Palestine

by Keith Hammond

This short update is part of a series of voices and reflections from GRAMNet members and colleagues in Gaza, or those with direct experience of researching in Gaza which we will be publishing on this site over the coming days.

One of our partners on the Lifelong Learning in Palestine (LLIPs) project was the Islamic University of Gaza. The good news is that all our colleagues are fine but the University has taken a little bit of a bruising (below) and many students and staff have been killed or seriously injured …

Islamic University of Gaza. Source :

Islamic University of Gaza. Source :

44.7% of the population are fourteen years of age and under. Many schools have also been destroyed but kids are back to their classes already. A much more detailed report will be posted on the GRAMNet blog as soon as we have more news.
Source: Palestine Chronicle

Source: Palestine Chronicle



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This entry was posted on August 6, 2014 by in Gaza series.
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