Barriers to education are real: we want all refugee children and young people to be able to access the level of education that's right for them – from primary school through to university. Support young refugees' education today.
Let's build together
Education for a hopeful future
We are working towards a world where all refugee and asylum-seeking children and young people can access education, thrive in education, and use that education to create a hopeful, brighter future.
With my education, I have lots of stories and problems. I want to mention some of them.
Abbas needed help with GCSE English. REUK matched him with a mentor, Doya, who also came to the UK as a refugee.
We were trying to raise our voice for hundreds and thousands of Afghan girls who dream of education but they still could not go to school.
Nationality and borders bill
REUK's response to the proposed changes to the asylum system.
REUK has a deep and longstanding relationship with Afghanistan. Here's how we're responding.
What we do
We want all refugee children and young people to be able to get into school, college or university; to thrive academically and psychosocially whilst there; and to build the longer-term futures that are meaningful to them.