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University project will help Lebanon’s refugees

The Institute of Education at University College London has set up a centre to look at the challenges facing refugees in Lebanon and provide them with better educational opportunities.

The five-year initiative, known as the RELIEF Centre, will be led by the university’s Institute for Global Prosperity, according to a UCL statement issued on 2 October.

The project, which is funded through the Economic and Social Research Council’s Global Challenge programme, will also involve collaborations with the London-based Centre for Lebanese Studies and the American University of Beirut. 

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