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Arts education in emergency humanitarian aid: educational issues with young people living in camps in conflict areas in the Middle East

Abstract : Armed conflict is a major obstacle to enrolment and persistence in school and access to quality education. More than 125 million children and young people affected by violence and in urgent need of educational support. The major reform of the humanitarian sector in 2005 contributed significantly to the emergence of the field of education in emergencies (EiE), which is currently developing mainly in emergency humanitarian responses. Artistic interventions with psychosocial objectives are increasingly deployed with children affected by conflict, particularly to promote well-being. In response to the many social and educational challenges and theoretical gaps, our presentation aims to contextualize the scope of arts education activities for education in emergencies, and to present some results related to the well-being of our field experiences in a participatory action research. We contribute to defining what well-being is within the framework of artistic workshops with children in an IDPs camp in Iraq.
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Albane Buriel, Sylvie Morais, Monique Loquet. Arts education in emergency humanitarian aid: educational issues with young people living in camps in conflict areas in the Middle East. Vella, R; Saldanha, A.; Macksimovic, M.; Torres de Eça, T. InSEA Seminar: "Art Education: Conflicts and Connections", Oct 2019, La Valette, Malta. InSEA Publications, 2019, ⟨10.24981/M2019.14⟩. ⟨hal-02300007⟩

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