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Abstract The Australian Catholic University (ACU) has, since 2003, been involved in providing tertiary education for young refugees who have fled persecution in Burma to end up in refugee camps in Thailand. This paper examines the origins of the program, the changes made as lessons are learned, and the current Diploma program which is also supported by three LIS universities and York University in Toronto. It also examines how past graduates have used their qualifications for the common good, a term derived from Catholic social thought which informs ACU's specific Catholic identity as a university. The paper further looks at what challenges fie ahead within the Thai-Burmese context and how this model can be replicated in other protracted refugee situations.

GENRE
Essais et sciences humaines
SORTIE
2010
22 septembre
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
25
Pages
ÉDITEUR
Centre for Refugee Studies
TAILLE
197
Ko

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