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Webinar: Teacher Professional Development in Crisis Contexts

29 September 2016

INEE hosted a free webinar on 29 September 2016 addressing the critical issue of teacher professional development in crisis-affected contexts. The webinar brought together colleagues from across the world to discuss, question, and consider much needed improvements to teacher support and teacher training. It will explore the recently launched inter-agency Training Pack For Primary School Teachers in Crisis ...

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[SG Blog Series] Literacy and wellbeing – coming soon to a phone near you!

29 September 2016

By Randi Gramshaug, Senior Adviser, Norad   Can smartphones be used to help displaced Syrian children learn to read? Can mobile apps help fill the gaps in education for these children and millions of others affected by crisis and conflict? With these questions in mind, in September 2015, the Norwegian Government, along with a range of partners, launched EduApp4Syria – ...

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The Brightest Hope - Sandi

28 September 2016

This post is part of a blog series featuring essays from the Education in Emergencies Essay Contest, which was organized by INEE and the UN Secretary-General's Global Education First Initiative. INEE received 720 essay entries from 52 countries in four languages, from authors between the ages of seven and 68. Twelve of these essays made ...

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The New Global Agenda is Here: Are We Ready?

26 September 2016

by Nina Papadopoulos and Jim Rogan, originally posted on the ECCN website.   Historic change has happened at the global policy level that will have a profound impact on how we work. In little over a year, world leaders have come together and agreed to the High Level Meeting on Refugees and Migrants, World Humanitarian ...

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USAID ECCN Attends Dubai Cares and INEE Event at UNGA

22 September 2016

USAID ECCN Support Team members attended several events surrounding the UN General Assembly (UNGA) meeting in New York this week. Below, USAID ECCN’s new Senior Researcher Colette Chabbott details her experience at the Dubai Cares and INEE event on September 20, 2016. This article was originally posted on the ECCN website. Despite a very early morning start, attendance ...

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The Brightest Hope - Sheena

21 September 2016

This post is part of a blog series featuring essays from the Education in Emergencies Essay Contest, which was organized by INEE and the UN Secretary-General's Global Education First Initiative. INEE received 720 essay entries from 52 countries in four languages, from authors between the ages of seven and 68. Twelve of these essays made ...

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Dubai Cares launches new funding for evidence in education in emergencies

20 September 2016

                        Dubai Cares announces new USD 10 million Research Envelope for the field of Education in Emergencies on the sidelines of the 71st UN General Assembly   Five-year research envelope will inform policy and decision-makers on global and national policies and practices     New ...

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The Brightest Hope - Gompou

14 September 2016

This post is part of a blog series featuring essays from the Education in Emergencies Essay Contest, which was organized by INEE and the UN Secretary-General's Global Education First Initiative. INEE received 720 essay entries from 52 countries in four languages, from authors between the ages of seven and 68. Twelve of these essays made ...

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Historic Refugee Summits Must Provide Access to Education for All Displaced Children

7 September 2016

Original post here. The Global Campaign for Education – US, a broad-based coalition of over 80 members[1] dedicated to ensuring universal quality education for all children, urges the United Nations, the U.S. Government and world leaders to accelerate progress towards universal access to education for displaced children. Today, 75 million children and adolescents aged 3-18 have had their education directly affected ...

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The Brightest Hope - Mahikan Desiree

7 September 2016

This post is part of a blog series featuring essays from the Education in Emergencies Essay Contest, which was organized by INEE and the UN Secretary-General's Global Education First Initiative. INEE received 720 essay entries from 52 countries in four languages, from authors between the ages of seven and 68. Twelve of these essays made ...

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