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20.06.2024
World Refugee Day 2024 - Education gives sense of security and hope

"Education at JWL has given me a sense of security, making me have hope for myself and my family," says Nyan-nyuei. This World Refugee Day, she and fellow students in Kakuma Refugee Camp share how education and the community they find through JWL gives them a sense of hope, safety, and home - a space where they can learn and thrive.

06.06.2024
JWL-KU Team awarded Knowledge Transfer Prize

Our joint innovative educational initiatives have been honoured with the prestigious KU Prize for Knowledge Transfer. This accolade recognises outstanding contributions by KU academics who go beyond the academic environment to engage with broader societal challenges and to shape a future worth living.

08.05.2024
16 May: Teacher Training and Artificial Intelligence: The case study of the Jesuit World Learning online Learning Facilitator Program

How can teachers at the margins benefit from integrating AI in their teaching practice?

 

Join us on 16 May for an INEE Topical Meet-Up which invites participants to reflect about good practices and the role of AI for teachers in marginalised and emergency contexts, sharing our experience with the Learning Facilitator programme as a starting point.

30.04.2024
Higher Ed Voices at the Margins Ep.1: Education Lights the Way

New podcast alert! Higher Ed Voices at the Margins dives deep into the inspirational stories of JWL students, graduates, teachers, and other changemakers breaking barriers to higher education for underserved communities.

04.04.2024
Over 170 young women graduate from Global English Language programme in Kakuma Refugee Camp

This week, over 170 young women in Kakuma graduated from the Global English Language programme! This cohort is part of JWL’s high school outreach efforts to encourage and support female refugee enrolment in higher education.

19.03.2024
Essay contest reveals AI tools fall short compared to JWL learners’ authentic voices and lived experiences

In an essay content launched by the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Learning Facilitator students were invited to submit essays exploring the role of AI in education. In the process, it became clear that AI writing tools fall short of reflecting learners’ authentic voices and lived experiences, lacking the necessary depth and insight.