Mitigating Social Exclusion of Refugee Children: Lessons from a Randomized Field Experiment

Since the beginning of the Syrian War in 2011, Turkey has received over 3.5 million Syrian refugees, including nearly 1 million children. Syrian refugee children face social exclusion and in-school violence. Socially excluded individuals are less likely to exhibit prosocial attributes. These outcomes may justify even further social exclusion and intergroup violence. This study evaluates a unique educational intervention that aims to facilitate integration. Evaluation results are coming soon.


Stimulating Curiosity in the Classroom: A Randomized Educational Intervention

We have implemented a large-scale randomized educational intervention that aims to cultivate and stimulate curiosity in the classroom environment. Evaluation results are coming soon.