Promoting access to quality, safe, and relevant education for all persons affected by crisis


Call for Applications - INEE Advocacy Working Group (deadline: 30 November 2015)

26 October 2015

INEE is pleased to invite applications for membership to the INEE Advocacy Working Group.

  Application Deadline: 30 November 2015

See below for application procedures.  

This working group exists to support the achievement of INEE’s overall goal: The provision of quality, safe, and relevant education for all is strengthened in crisis

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Help us celebrate INEE’S 15TH ANNIVERSARY!

14 October 2015

INEE was first conceived at the World Education Forum in Dakar in the year 2000, and in November that same year, at an inter-agency consultation in Geneva, the network was formally founded.

That means it’s our 15th anniversary!!

It has

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17 ways education influences the new 17 global goals

13 November 2015

This blog post was originally published on July 12, 2015 by GPE Secretariat.

The new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which will succeed the Millennium Development Goals, outline a new and ambitious worldwide effort to reduce poverty and hunger, improve health, enable equality, protect the planet and much more. Real progress will be elusive unless

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Let’s get WISE about prioritizing investment in education

11 November 2015

by Pauline Rose

This blog post was originally published by the Global Partnership for Education on 6 November 2015.


The WISE Summit is a powerful force – it is the first conference I’ve been to where the first six speakers have been women, each of them world leaders in their

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Protecting Education from Attack

10 November 2015

by Diya Nijhowne, Director, Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack

This post was originally published in the November 2015 Protecting Education Newsletter.

Ahead of the third year anniversary of the Pakistani Taliban’s shooting of schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai in a violent reaction to her commitment to girls’ education, GCPEA convened a

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Education 2030 Framework for Action: let’s get started

6 November 2015

by Aaron Benavot and Manos Antoninis

This post was originally posted on the Education for All Global Monitoring Report's World Education Blog on 4 November 2015.

The Education 2030 Framework for Action was adopted today in a high level meeting alongside the 38th UNESCO General Conference. What is this document and what does it

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A Data Revolution for Education 2030

3 November 2015

By Jordan Naidoo, Director of Education at UNESCO, and Sylvia Montoya, Director of the UNESCO Institute for Statistics

This post was originally published by the Education for All Global Monitoring Report on 2 November 2015.

The fourth Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) is a global dream about quality education for all children, youth and adults. But this

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Gypsy in Geneva

3 November 2015

by Madeeha Ansari

This post was originally published on Ms. Ansari's blog, The Write Thing, on 24 October 2015.

En route Geneva to attend a Round Table on “The Role of Education and Youth in Preventing Urban Violence and Countering Violent Extremism,” there was a sense of incredulity – here

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Education cannot wait, and yet it always does

1 November 2015

by Kate Redman, Communications and Advocacy Specialist, Education for All Global Monitoring Report

This post was originally published by the Education for All Global Monitoring Report on 23 October 2015.

For many years now there have been calls for greater attention to education in crisis situations from a multitude of advocacy organisations and influential spokespeople.

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Statement to the Development Committee of the European Parliament: Education in Emergencies

22 October 2015

This blog post is from World Vision International and was originally featured on their blog on 12 October 2015.

Globally, about 58 million primary school aged children are out of school worldwide. Half of these, 28.5 million, live in conflict and crisis-affected areas with 175 million children predicted to be affected each year by natural disasters. A child living in a

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