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26 Aug 15
University enrolment is up for Armenians and Azerbaijanis, but programmes to teach them Georgian still need work.
Roman aged 7, sorts bricks at the Kabul brick factory where he works from 8am to 5 pm daily. Picture from November 2009. (Photo: Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
19 Aug 15
They should be in school but family hardship forces them to spend their days earning money.
A woman teaches children drawing in the Saif al-Dawla neighbourhood of Aleppo. (Photo: Baraa al-Halabi)
19 Jun 15
In areas outside government control, a patchwork of opposition groups run their own schools.
5 Jun 15
Despite security worries, a young women insists on going to university.
2 Jun 15
Local initiative provides youngsters with educational and psychological support.
A dilapidated classroom in Aleppo’s Amro bin As School. (Photo: Mahmud Abu Sheikh)
26 May 15
A girl’s story of trying to get through secondary school and pass government-run exams.
22 May 15
A young man is seized by government forces while on his way to an exam.
On a see-saw at the SOS Children's Village. (Photo: Jibek Karakeeva. Picture published with kind permission of SOS's Oksana Orozbaeva)
20 May 15
Experts say contrast between care of children in state and private homes has huge impact on their prospects.
11 May 15
New programme will only help a limited number of young people with autism.
23 Jan 15
More than three decades of war continue to hamper the school system.