While in Davos, DW's Christoph Kober spoke to UNESCO Secretary General Irina Bokova about what's being done to improve refugees' training and education so as to make them fit for western labor markets.
The former French culture minister takes over the UN's agency from Irina Bokova. France has said Azoulay would "overcome political divisions."
The European Union has allocated the first half of its €6 billion agreement for Turkey to take in Syrian refugees. Officials are now assessing aid programs as humanitarian efforts carry on, reports Diego Cupolo.
Young people without German citizenship are more likely to struggle to get vocational training spots than German counterparts, according to a new study. Their prospects are especially bleak in the country's east.
The 2017 Global Education Monitoring Report states that many different parties must be held accountable so all children have equal access to a good education — and that countries must invest a lot more money.
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