Damaschke-Deitrick L.

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Education as a panacea for refugee integration? Evidence from Germany and the United States
As a result of conflict and instability worldwide, Europe and North America have experienced a higher influx of refugees recently. While the United States (US) has been the leading country for refugee resettlement historically, Germany has recently become host to a large number of these individuals. To aid in coping with their arrival, international organizations advocate using education, which provides…
Female refugees’ transitions into higher education: Comparative perspectives from Germany, Egypt, And Kyrgyzstan
This paper explores the experience of female refugees as they transition into higher education. Through a cross-national comparative analysis based on qualitative research and personal interviews conducted in three countries, researchers examined the different ways institutions in Kyrgyzstan, Egypt and Germany facilitate the integration of female refugees.