09.12.2022, 11:00 - 12:30 Conference Room A - Level 0 Health and family welfare

The war has caused significant disruptions to the delivery of education to the Ukrainian children. Schools that previously were a space of daily normalcy have now been bombed or destroyed by the Russian army. This led many children to experience social isolation and separation from their support system. Distance learning using digital technologies was also disrupted due to prolonged, and even if the connection is working many children do not have access to the necessary tools to effectively continue education. While schools are being slowly rebuilt, alternative solutions emerge in the forms of mobile education. Children who left Ukraine were offered many different educational opportunities: from language classes, online courses, to lessons at local schools. But to what extent are these solutions sufficient? What form of coordination of the education programs is necessary? What is the role of foreign actors in ensuring the right to education of Ukrainian children? These and other questions will be addressed in this panel.