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Announcing new INEE Steering Group members

15 May 2017

We are pleased to announce the addition of two new members of the INEE Steering Group. New members in 2017: Dubai Cares, Annina Mattsson Finn Church Aid, Jouni Hemberg Continuing members: International Rescue Committee, Jennifer Sklar (Co-Chair) NORAD, Randi Gramshaug Norwegian Refugee Council, Silje Sjøvaag Skeie (Co-Chair) UNESCO, Kerstin Holst UNHCR, Ita Sheehy UNICEF, Friedrich Affolter USAID, Nina Papadopoulos ...

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Help promote new Arabic literacy apps

9 May 2017

Help us reach Syrian out-of-school children with free Arabic literacy apps Through the international innovative EduApp4Syria competition, the Norwegian government and several international partners sourced the development of two smartphone apps that can help Syrian children (aged 5-10) learn to read in Arabic and improve their psychosocial wellbeing. The two winning games were selected from 78 submissions by an international ...

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Donors should dedicate 10% of their aid to education

28 April 2017

Originally posted on 28 April 2017 by GEM Report.   This week, the International Development Committee of the UK parliament recommended in a letter to the country’s Department for International Development (DFID) that it dedicate 10% of its development aid to education. The letter submitted referenced our latest 2016 Report for this recommendation, which builds on earlier analysis. ...

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GPE Replenishment 2020: A campaign to secure education for 870 million children

20 April 2017

The Global Partnership for Education launches its Case for Investment and third replenishment by Julia Gillard, Board Chair, Global Partnership for Education This article was originally posted by GPE. This week, the Global Partnership for Education is formally launching its third replenishment with the release of our new Case for Investment at an event at ...

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Webinar: Supporting Education in Fragile & Conflict Affected Situations

19 April 2017

The Global Partnership for Education (GPE) invites you to participate in the next session of the GPE Webinar Series 2017, presented in partnership with the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE). The webinar, entitled “Supporting Education in Fragile and Conflict Affected Situations”, will explore situations in which GPE has been able to provide support to its partner countries ...

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Who’s accountable for education?

19 April 2017

Originally posted on 13 April 2017 by GEM Report.   It’s not long before Global Action Week launches, on the theme of Accountability in Education. This, as you may or may not know, is also the theme of our nextGlobal Education Monitoring Report, due to launch on 24 October.  The word ‘accountability’ ...

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Secondary School for Displaced Kids Shouldn’t be an Afterthought

15 April 2017

By Susan Raqib, Associate in the Children’s Rights Division at Human Rights Watch “Now that I can’t go to school, it’s a tough situation,” 16-year-old Rasha told Human Rights Watch. “When I picture my future, I see nothing.” Rasha fled from Syria to Turkey in August 2013, but was unable ...

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Webinar: TPD in Action - Using the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack

11 April 2017

This recorded webinar presents how the recently launched Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack is being used in Iraq, South Sudan, Kenya, and Tanzania.    **************************************************** 20 April 2017  |  9-10am EST (New York time zone)  Click to watch the webinar recording   https://youtu.be/DFu-tVHlM3A​ **************************************************** This webinar focussed on how ...

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Share your views and contribute to the forthcoming 2019 GEM Report

11 April 2017

Originally posted on 10 April 2017 by GEM Report. The 2019 GEM Report will look at the issue of migration and education, as approved by the GEM Report International Advisory Board in June 2016. Migration and education are multifaceted processes involving individuals, schools, communities, regions and countries. They invoke temporal, spatial and intergenerational dimensions. The 2019 GEM Report ...

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Educating refugees: Old ways of working aren’t good enough

10 April 2017

This article was originally posted by Aaron Benavot, Director of the UNESCO Gem Report on Promising Practices in Refugee Education   The plight of refugees is in the news every day, and not a moment too soon. Refugee children and adolescents suffer from having almost all of their rights taken from them at one point or another, if not ...

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