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Survey: INEE Conflict Sensitive Education Pack Usage

5 April 2016

Have you used or are you using the INEE Conflict Sensitive Education (CSE) Pack or CSE training materials? INEE wants to hear from you!   INEE wants to learn from your experience using the INEE CSE Tools so that we can share good practices with other members and learn from your experience what works well and what needs to be ...

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Amman Calling

29 April 2016

This was originally a post on the Finn Church Aid Blog on 29 April 2016. Click here to download the report.                       How would you feel sending your children to study in a school that was damaged in battle and had no learning materials available? What would you think if your child ...

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Girls’ Right to Education in Emergencies

29 April 2016

This is a summary report of a meeting on 20 April 2016 at the United Nations, New York. Click here to download the report                    At the margins of the United Nations General Assembly High-level Thematic Debate on Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, the Permanent Missions of Portugal, State ...

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INEE Portuguese Language Community learns from Chris Talbot

15 April 2016

In the last week of March 2016, a group of INEE members, who are also INEE Portuguese Language Community (PLC) members, took the opportunity to learn from Chris Talbot - one of the people who first started INEE back in 2000. Chris flew to Braga in Portugal following a PLC member’s invitation. He facilitated three training and capacity building initiatives ...

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INFOGRAPHIC: Education cannot wait for conflict and crises to end

7 April 2016

Originally published by GPE Secretariat  1 in 6 school-aged children is directly affected by conflict and crisis Conflict and protracted crises, such as war, natural disasters, and public health emergencies are a serious threat to the education of millions of children worldwide. 1 in 3 of the 124 million children out-of-school live in fragile or conflict-affected situations. During conflict or war, schools are often ...

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Q&A - EU supports educational projects for children in situations of emergency

5 April 2016

Brussels, originally published on the European Commission website EU supports educational projects for children in situations of emergency What is the situation of children in emergency-affected countries? What is the impact of crises on education? Children are among the most vulnerable victims during and in the immediate aftermath of crises. They are at high risk of being separated from their ...

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Last chance to join the call for the new Education Crisis Platform to be adequately and sustainably

5 April 2016

by Kolleen Bouchane, Their World, posted by by GEM Report Around the world, emergencies and protracted crises disrupted the education of 80 million children and adolescents in 2015. Despite this, education in emergency contexts received less than 2 percent of all humanitarian funding last year. At the Oslo Education Summit in July 2015, a joint Call to Action signed by ...

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A space of their own: Meeting the needs of the youngest learners in times of crisis

31 March 2016

By Mackenzie Lawrence, Education Specialist, International Rescue Committee This post is part of the INEE Steering Group Blog Series, in which INEE Steering Group member organizations share their current work and ideas on education in emergencies.   The introduction of the Sustainable Development Goals last year was an exciting step forward toward meeting the education goals for children living in ...

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Education in Emergencies: It’s Worse Than We Thought

18 March 2016

by Kolleen Bouchane, Director, Policy and Advocacy - A World at School; Director, Policy and Research - Global Business Coalition for Education This article was originally posted on the Huffington Post Blog.   With the situation in Syria now the worst refugee crisis since World War II, it should come as no surprise that education for children in emergencies is ...

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INEE Minimum Standards and Education in Emergencies Training of Trainers (TOT)

17 March 2016

by Charlotte Balfour-Poole, Emeline Marchois, Suha Tutunji Washington D.C. Monday 29th February- Friday 4th March 2016 Jet lagged maybe, but lacking in energy they certainly were not! Twenty-nine eager participants arrived in Washington D.C. for a five day INEE Minimum Standards (INEE MS) Training of Trainers. The training began with an introduction from all the participants with ...

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