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



Who’s accountable for education?

19 April 2017

Originally posted on 13 April 2017 by GEM Report.


It’s not long before Global Action Week launches, on the theme of Accountability in Education. This, as you may or may not know, is also the theme of our nextGlobal Education Monitoring Report, due to launch on 24 October. Read more

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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Educating refugees: Old ways of working aren’t good enough

10 April 2017

This article was originally posted by Aaron Benavot, Director of the UNESCO Gem Report on Promising Practices in Refugee Education


The plight of refugees is in the news every day, and not a moment too soon. Refugee children and adolescents suffer from having almost all of their rights taken from them at one

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The Difficulty with Data

10 January 2017

By Jamie Weiss-Yagoda

How many children are out of school in crisis settings? This is a central question underpinning our work in education in emergencies. It provides us with an understanding of how many children we must aim to reach, and gives a benchmark against which to measure our progress towards getting all kids in school. But

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Boosting Opportunities for Higher Education in Emergencies

16 November 2016

  United Nations Summit to Address Refugees and Migrants side event

On September 19th 2016, on the margins of the United Nations High-Level Summit to Address Large Movements of Refugees and Migrants, a side event was held to reflect on avenues to boost opportunities for higher education in emergencies. The event, organized by the Permanent Mission of Qatar, brought together

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INEE 2015 Annual Report

1 August 2016

We are pleased to share with you the INEE 2015 Annual Report, a summary of the activities and accomplishments of the network during a very busy year.

2015 was a big year for INEE!

It was a year that saw the bright culmination of a decade and a half of advocacy at several global events.

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Apresentação da Rede Lusófona pelo Direito à Educação - ReLus

19 February 2016

Rede Lusófona pelo Direito à Educação - ReLus

Esta Rede foi criada no dia 5 de fevereiro de 2016, na cidade do Porto, no contexto de um encontro entre as coligações nacionais dos países de língua oficial portuguesa. Esta criação vem dar corpo a um

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Réunions de l’INEE pour ses 15 ans

30 October 2015

La semaine dernière, une partie de la très grande communauté de l’INEE (+11 500 membres) s’est réunie à Genève dans les locaux du HCR des Nations Unies pour sa réunion bi-annuelle des Groupes de travail, du Secrétariat et du Comité

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Call for Applications - INEE Advocacy Working Group (deadline: 7 December 2015)

26 October 2015

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

  Application Deadline: 7 December 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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Girls’ education in spotlight as Stephen Colbert and Norwegian PM ‘battle’ on Twitter

25 August 2015

This article was originally published on A World at School's blog on August 20, 2015.

It was the heavyweight bout of the year. Stephen Colbert versus Erna Solberg. The comedian and host of American TV's The Late Show against the Prime Minister of Norway.

And the winner was ... girls' education!

These unlikely opponents

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