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Jackie Kirk Outstanding Book Award 2018

16 April 2018

by Emily Varni, INEE Intern

Each year, the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) recognizes a recently published book with the Jackie Kirk Outstanding Book Award. Created in 2010, the Award honors the late Dr. Jacqueline (Jackie) Kirk’s profound commitment to and continued impact on the field of international and comparative education.

The Jackie

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LAUNCH: EiE Thematic Area Pages

15 March 2018

INEE is excited to launch a new collection of thematic webpages!

Thanks to contributions from a wide variety of experts, we have updated and developed the Thematic Areas section of the INEE website in order to highlight some of the most important areas of education in emergencies work.

The thematic areas listed

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Secondary School for Displaced Kids Shouldn’t be an Afterthought

15 April 2017

By Susan Raqib, Associate in the Children’s Rights Division at Human Rights Watch

“Now that I can’t go to school, it’s a tough situation,” 16-year-old Rasha told Human Rights Watch. “When I picture my future, I see nothing.” Rasha fled from Syria to Turkey in August 2013,

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Education and displaced populations: with not for

26 November 2016

By Ruth Naylor, Education Development Trust 

{image-1}Joseph Munyambanza, a refugee from the DRC, started teaching fellow refugees in Uganda in his early teens, whilst studying at secondary school. In his keynote speech in Berlin, at “Education for a better future- creating prospects for displaced populations”, he described how he had joinedwith other refugee

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The Brightest Hope - Diana Elizabeth

5 October 2016

This post is part of a blog series featuring essays from the Education in Emergencies Essay Contest, which was organized by INEE and the UN Secretary-General's Global Education First Initiative. INEE received 720 essay entries from 52 countries in four languages, from authors between the ages of seven and 68. Twelve of these essays

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The Brightest Hope - Sandi

28 September 2016

This post is part of a blog series featuring essays from the Education in Emergencies Essay Contest, which was organized by INEE and the UN Secretary-General's Global Education First Initiative. INEE received 720 essay entries from 52 countries in four languages, from authors between the ages of seven and 68. Twelve of these essays

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The Brightest Hope - Sheena

21 September 2016

This post is part of a blog series featuring essays from the Education in Emergencies Essay Contest, which was organized by INEE and the UN Secretary-General's Global Education First Initiative. INEE received 720 essay entries from 52 countries in four languages, from authors between the ages of seven and 68. Twelve of these essays

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The Brightest Hope - Gompou

14 September 2016

This post is part of a blog series featuring essays from the Education in Emergencies Essay Contest, which was organized by INEE and the UN Secretary-General's Global Education First Initiative. INEE received 720 essay entries from 52 countries in four languages, from authors between the ages of seven and 68. Twelve of these essays

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The Brightest Hope - Vielet Blair

31 August 2016

This post is part of a blog series featuring essays from the Education in Emergencies Essay Contest, which was organized by INEE and the UN Secretary-General's Global Education First Initiative. INEE received 720 essay entries from 52 countries in four languages, from authors between the ages of seven and 68. Twelve of these essays

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The Brightest Hope - Lola

24 August 2016

This post is part of a blog series featuring essays from the Education in Emergencies Essay Contest, which was organized by INEE and the UN Secretary-General's Global Education First Initiative. INEE received 720 essay entries from 52 countries in four languages, from authors between the ages of seven and 68. Twelve of these essays

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