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Request for Proposals: INEE Rebrand and Website Redesign

16 November 2017

Issue Date: 16 November 2017 Responses Due: 30 November 2017 by 5:00pm EST Contact and Project Focal Point: Peter Transburg, Sr. Communications Coordinator, website@ineesite.org Project Overview The Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) is seeking a vendor to plan, execute, and deliver a project that includes an organizational rebranding package and the consolidation and redesign of two multilingual websites (www.ineesite....

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Looking back, moving forward: the importance of history for our work today

15 November 2017

by Jo Kelcey, PhD candidate in International Education at New York University   A peculiar discord exists in the field of Education in Emergencies (EiE). We recognize the importance of history—we reference historical events in our needs assessments and strategies, and substantial attention has been paid to the importance of teaching and learning history—yet we ...

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Learning for Peace - Looking Back, Looking Forward

1 November 2017

by Friedrich Affolter, Education Expert for Risk-Informed Programming, UNICEF Violent conflict impacts all aspects of human survival, security, and well-being. Conflict and fragility are the greatest threats to human development; sustained, positive outcomes for human development will not be possible unless the current cycles of violent conflict end. As it is aptly stated in Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for ...

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Education in Emergencies Timeline

1 October 2017

We are pleased to share with you a new website that chronicles the history of our field of work - the Education in Emergencies Timeline! Developed with assistance from dozens of education in emergencies (EiE) professionals and veterans, the “EiE Timeline” showcases the global history of the sector, including many of the crises, interventions, conventions, actors, events, ...

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Humanitarian standards now available on mobile devices

27 September 2017

27 September 2017, Geneva - Six humanitarian standards bearers announce today the launch of a joint mobile application. The new Humanitarian Standards Partnership app (HSPapp) provides the humanitarian sector’s flagship standards and guidance in a single, free-of-charge app. Designed for field practitioners providing humanitarian aid in disaster and conflict situations, the app works on- and off-line on mobile phones and ...

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Education Cannot Wait - investing in our shared humanity

24 September 2017

by Yasmine Sherif, Director of Education Cannot Wait (ECW)  | This article was originally posted by the Huffington Post.   World leaders gathered at the United Nations in New York this past week. At the 72nd General Assembly, renewed calls were made for our universal values that laid the foundation for the United Nations. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was ...

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Visionary Nigerian teacher wins UNHCR Nansen Refugee Award

18 September 2017

This post was originally published by UNHCR.   Mediator who helped gain release of Chibok girls wins Nansen honour for opening schools in conflict zone.    Zannah Mustapha, a champion for the rights of displaced children growing up amid violence in north-eastern Nigeria to get a quality education, has been named the 2017 winner of UNHCR’s Nansen Refugee ...

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[WEBINAR] ICT for M&E of Education Programming for Refugee Populations

14 September 2017

USAID ECCN and the INEE Tech Task Team organized a webinar featuring innovative ways to use Information Communication Technology (ICT) in monitoring and evaluation of education programming for refugee populations. The webinar features an evaluation conducted in Dadaab, Kenya, of youth training that uses auto-photography methods and key lessons learned from the development and implementation of a mobile-based data ...

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Accelerated Education Case Studies

8 September 2017

Blog prepared for USAID ECCN by Kayla Boisvert, Research Assistant for ECCN with the Center for International Education, University of Massachusetts   The Accelerated Education Working Group has completed a series of studies on the application of Accelerated Education Principles for Effective Practice. These 10 evidence-based principles aim to clarify the essential components of an effective Accelerated Education Program. The review ...

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Teachers in Crisis Contexts ToT Report

29 August 2017

by Kathleen Denny, Education Project Manager, Norwegian Refugee Council - Iraq   Teachers in Crisis Contexts Middle East Multi-Agency Training of Trainers Report   Amman, Jordan, 23-27 July 2017   Overview With endorsement from No Lost Generation and INEE, the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), International Rescue Committee (IRC), Save the Children International (SCI) and World Vision International (WVI) ...

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