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


INEE Working Groups Meeting 2018: Welcome from Kenyatta University

17 October 2018

On the occasion of the INEE Working Groups meeting, 17-19 October 2018, hosted at Kenyatta University Conference Centre, Nairobi, Kenya.   Opening Remarks from Professor Paul K. Wainaina – Kenyatta University Vice- Chancellor, read by the Dean of the School of Education, Professor Kisilu Kombo   Distinguished Managing Partners and Agencies of the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies; Distinguished ...

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Request​ ​for​ ​Proposals CLCC Interactive Playbook

16 October 2018

Issue​ ​Date: 15 October 2018 Responses​ ​Due: 31 October 2018 Contact​ ​and​ ​Project​ ​Focal​ ​Point: Ian Newton <>   Project overview:  The Connected Learning in Crisis Consortium (CLCC) is seeking a vendor to plan, execute, and deliver a project that includes creating an Interactive Playbook to accompany its website. Goal for Launch: 24 January 2019 CLCC website The CLCC website (...

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Textbooks are still essential

11 October 2018

by Paul Gibbings A web-portal development securing better provision to schools Until the time when all school children and schools have mobile phones and reliable internet, the hard copy textbook is still going to play an important role in initiating and promoting literacy. Back in May, INEE published “A web-portal development securing better textbook provision to schools,”&...

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Webinar: Advocacy for Education in Emergencies

1 October 2018

On 9 October 2018, the INEE Advocacy Working Group (AWG) hosted a webinar on running successful advocacy campaigns for education in emergencies. During the webinar, current AWG members shared their knowledge and experiences developing advocacy strategies, highlighting successful campaigns they have worked on in a variety of contexts. The second half of the webinar included an open discussion with participants about ...

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Webinar: Peer Coaching for Teachers in Crisis Contexts

13 September 2018

On 27 September 2018, INEE hosted a webinar to launch the Peer Coaching Pack for Teachers in Crisis Contexts. Two detailed examples were presented of how this type of continuous professional support helps teachers make positive changes in their teaching practices.   The most promising teacher professional development programs provide teachers with different opportunities to learn ...

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Iraq Minimum Standards for Education in Emergencies

31 August 2018

INEE is very pleased to share the Iraq Minimum Standards for Education in Emergencies, now available in English, Arabic, and Kurdish!  Based on the INEE Minimum Standards for Education, this contextualized tool defines effective, quality, and inclusive education practices that support the provision of safe, quality, and relevant education for all children and youth in Iraq and surrounding countries.&...

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Announcing Volume 4 of the Journal on Education in Emergencies

30 August 2018

We are pleased to announce the publication of the Journal on Education in Emergencies, Volume 4, Number 1. The fourth issue of the Journal on Education in Emergencies includes five research articles, one field note, and four book reviews and contributes to two important areas of inquiry in education in emergencies scholarship: refugee education (a precursor to our upcoming Special Issue ...

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Announcing a Conflict Sensitivity Checklist for ICT Usage

24 August 2018

by Amy Deal and Simon Richmond  | This article was originally posted on the ECCN website.   Crisis and conflict negatively affect the education of 80 million children worldwide. Many of us working in the field of Education in Crisis and Conflict (EiCC) recognize the complex relationships between education, conflict, and crisis; designed well, an education intervention ...

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Improving Rohingya Refugee Children’s Access to Literacy Materials

27 July 2018

by Kinana Qaddour In June of 2018, BRAC Bangladesh and VSO Bangladesh, with the support of Artolution, facilitated a story-writing workshop with Rohingya refugee parents and teachers in the makeshift settlements of Ukhiya in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Locally-made materials to improve literacy of Rohingya refugee students are limited in the current stage of the EiE response.   Background In ...

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INEE Capacity Development Workshop in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

25 July 2018

by Bente Sandal-Aasen, Natalie Brackett, and Teresa Wolverton, with contributions from Kinana Qaddour (BRAC) and Kitty Williams (Plan International) Crises introduce a new set of complexities to the already challenging work of providing quality education for all. The humanitarian response around the Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh is no exception. Fortunately, a range of expert government, non-governmental, and multilateral organizations ...

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