News and blogs
A collection of news and blogs about refugee education. If you'd like to contribute to this page, get in touch.
Toolkits, advice sheets and useful information
Further and/or Secondary information
Research blog: education transitions
Progression through the education system is full of challenges for young refugees: read about our recent research with Unicef UK, including fact sheets and a youth-friendly summary.
We have put together a roadmap for becoming a more anti-racist organisation.
Refugee Week 2022: Zanyar's View
Hear from Zanyar and Angel on how things look from their view.
International Womens's Day
Hear from four women working with and for REUK about their achievements and the women they admire.
YAB's open letter
for a brighter future
In a joint letter with UNICEF, REUK young people advocate education for all.
Find out about the difference you have made supporting young refugees during lockdown
Read our report and learn how we transformed our work in the context of Covid-19
Connected through Covid
Read about our innitiative to keep connected through difficult times
While schools were closed, REUK launched a photo competition for young people. And the winner is...
join young refugees
When REUK connected young people to senior leaders, it was the latter who did most of the learning.
REUK is devastated by the invasion of Ukraine. We stand ready to welcome Ukrainian refugees.
Refugee Week 2021
Hear directly from REUK young people on their experience of education in the UK. #WeCannotWalkAlone
A dawn of a new day
OneSixOne, a diverse creative studio, lead REUK through our rebrand. Read the full story behind the brand.
We've changed our name to Refugee Education UK
For ten years we were RSN. Now we're REUK.
Afghan children emergency response
As an organisation with a deep connection with Aghanistan and the Afghan people, we're responding quickly and significantly.
Covid-19, education and wellbeing report
Read REUK's second report on the effect of Covid-19 on young refugees' education and wellbeing.
Nationality and borders bill
REUK's response to the proposed changes to the asylum system.