Open and Distance Learning as Key to Children and Young People in Conflict Regions in Achieving Social Justice
The aim of this paper is to share experience on problems and challenges emerging in two major conflict districts in Kenya and learn from others through interaction in the forum. The experience shared has been derived mainly from the voices of the people in the conflict areas, close observation and familiarization with issues and dynamics generated as a consequence of post-conflicts which has impacted negatively on children and young people. // Paper ID 586
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