9 June 2017
Psychosocial Support and Social and Emotional Learning in crisis-affected contexts
~ Call for Case Studies ~
This Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) roundtable - scheduled for October 18th 2017 in Florence, Italy, with virtual participation to be confirmed - will bring together education and psychosocial support practitioners and researchers working in the field of education in emergencies (EiE) and protracted crises. The aim is to share recent research, practices and tools, discuss innovative approaches, and articulate knowledge gaps in the field of psychosocial support (PSS) and social and emotional learning (SEL), with the ultimate goal of producing policy and future research recommendations.
Call for case studies:
INEE is inviting practitioners to submit case studies that outline emerging research on PSS or SEL, or innovative evidence-based approaches for PSS-SEL programme delivery specific to crisis-affected contexts. Case study papers will provide a basis for informed discussions during the round table and will offer evidence of existing approaches as well as addressing key knowledge gaps in the field of PSS-SEL.
The case studies selected will reflect the following criteria:
N.B. Case study submissions must be written in English. For information and assistance with this requirement, please contact email@example.com.
Those submitting case study papers should be prepared to attend the round table and present their paper in a 10-minute presentation to a small group. INEE encourages representation of organizations and individuals from the global south. Whilst INEE cannot cover travel expenses for all participants, some small grants may be available to cover travel for participants from the global south.
Submitting Case Studies:
Please submit all application materials to: firstname.lastname@example.org with subject: “Application – Case Study for INEE PSS-SEL Round table [YOUR ORGANIZATION NAME] [YOUR NAME]”. For any additional questions relating to the roundtable, please send all correspondence to the same email address. Only case studies that include qualitative, quantitative, mixed methods, process evaluation, or monitoring data will be considered.
31 July 2017 - Case Study abstract (1,000 words)
30 September 2017 - Full case study submission (1,500 words)