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Inclusive and Sustainable Promising Practices in Refugee Education (InSPPiRE)

Inclusive and Sustainable Promising Practices in Refugee Education (InSPPiRE) is a project that aims to facilitate learning on refugee education in high-income settings and inform policy and practice. It seeks to do this by identifying promising practice case studies in a range of high-income countries, synthesising and amplifying learnings from them.

InSPPiRE is led by Refugee Education UK (REUK) in partnership with a steering group of refugee education academics and practitioners from REACH at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Qatar Foundation International, Save the Children, Sirius, UNHCR and the University of Nottingham.

This project has been made possible by the generous funding from Qatar Foundation International.

Read InSPPiRE's Call for Case Studies guidance for more detailed information about this initiative.

Do you work to support refugee education? Are there learnings from your initiative that you want to share with others? We would love to hear from you!


You can share your promising practice and take part in InSPPiRE by completing this Google Form, which will tell us a bit more about your initiative. 


Please do read our Call for Case Studies which will tell you more about InSPPiRE's refugee education framework, and the criteria for submissions, and hopefully answer questions you may have. If you have any more questions, you can reach out to or We would be happy to help. 

How to apply

To view and submit the application, click here. 


To view a text version of the application, which you can refer to as you prepare your case study, click here.


For more information on the project, click here. 

Please send your applications by 31 January, 2023.

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