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Call for Applications: INEE Steering Group

19 February 2018

The Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) is calling for applications from organizations to be members of the INEE Steering Group. There is currently one opening for donor representation on the INEE Steering Group. The application deadline is 20 March 2018.   Background The Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) is a global open network of more than 14,000 members working ...

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Call for Applications: INEE Working Groups

22 January 2018

INEE is pleased to announce that we are now recruiting institutional members for all three INEE Working Groups: Advocacy, Standards & Practice, and Education Policy.   **EXTENDED** Application Deadline: Friday, 23 February 2018 See below for instructions and membership criteria. INEE Working Groups are formal inter-agency network spaces consisting of INEE institutional members who work together to implement specific activities toward the ...

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Reducing Educational Vulnerability in Myanmar - A Training on the INEE Minimum Standards

31 January 2018

By Peter Hyll-Larsen and Bente Sandal-Aasen At the end of November 2017, Finn Church Aid (FCA) Myanmar and Plan International Myanmar organised a training on the INEE Minimum Standards (MS) and other tools for 40 participants in Myanmar’s largest city, Yangon.   Introduction Along much of Myanmar’s borders, there are ethnic and religious conflicts raging. Some are low-intensity ...

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Webinar: Connected learning for refugee higher education

10 January 2018

Connected Learning: Expanding higher education access for refugees   On 18 January 2018, the INEE Tech Task Team, together with UNHCR and members of the Connected Learning in Crises Consortium, explored innovative higher education programming for refugees through an interactive webinar.  Jigsaw Consult and Refugee Support Network recently completed a year long research ...

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EiE in 2017 - Year in Review

8 January 2018

Dear INEE Community, Moving from one calendar year to another provides us the chance to look back on the activities, accomplishments, and milestones of the education in emergencies community. Following are just a few of the highlights - organized according to the network’s key functions - from a very busy 2017:   Community Building   Rollout of INEE Membership ...

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INEE Strategic Plan 2015-2017 Review Survey

15 December 2017

The INEE Strategic Plan 2015-2017 is coming to an end. To prepare for the new INEE Strategic Framework 2018-2020, we need to understand how the network has done over the past three years in achieving our goal of promoting access to quality, safe, and relevant education for all persons affected by crisis. We need your opinions ...

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My experience at the INEE PSS-SEL Round Table

3 December 2017

by Shiphrah A. Mutungi, Program Director, Morning Star   In October 2017, I was invited to participate in the INEE Round Table on Psychosocial Support and Social and Emotional Learning in Florence, Italy, in order to share my work with Morning Star, a trauma awareness program being implemented in South Sudan. The round table event brought together education and ...

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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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