(03 February 2021) – On the occasion of the International Day for Education (24 January), MAX project partners explained how they readjusted their education programmes for migrants amid the pandemic.
On 26 January the MAX project kicked-off a new round of Stories from MAX People Facebook live chats. And it did around a theme that is critical to building fully inclusive cities: access to education.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented situation that not only is making it very difficult to maintain the general education system keep going around the world but that also has exacerbated even more the social disparities.
The health crisis has revealed that the digital gap or the work-life imbalance has a greater negative effect in the most vulnerable of our societies, a group where we very often find refugees and people with a migrant background.
Moderated by Patricia Martinez from AEIDL, two of the 20 MAX partners shared their experiences in that field and how they have been keeping forward since the pandemic outbreak.