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Rapport annuel de l’INEE 2016

22 July 2017

Nous avons le plaisir de partager avec vous le rapport annuel 2016 de l’INEE, un résumé des activités et des réalisations du réseau au cours de l’année dernière.  

En tant que communauté de pratique dynamique, le r&

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INEE 2016 Annual Report

22 July 2017

We are pleased to share with you the INEE Annual Report 2016, a summary of the activities and accomplishments of the network during a very busy last year.  

As a vibrant community of practice, the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) continues to serve its members through its core functions of community-building, convening, knowledge

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Announcing new INEE Steering Group members

15 May 2017

We are pleased to announce the addition of two new members of the INEE Steering Group.

New members in 2017: Dubai Cares, Annina Mattsson Finn Church Aid, Jouni Hemberg Continuing members: International Rescue Committee, Jennifer Sklar (Co-Chair) NORAD, Randi Gramshaug Norwegian Refugee Council, Silje Sjøvaag Skeie (Co-Chair) UNESCO, Kerstin Holst UNHCR, Ita Sheehy UNICEF, Friedrich Affolter USAID,

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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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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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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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EiE Capacity Development Priorities Survey

20 October 2016

INEE is conducting a mapping and market analysis in order to better understand the education in emergencies (EiE) sector’s capacity needs, demands, and opportunities in order to better support field practitioners. We invite you to contribute to this project by taking an online survey.

Through this survey, INEE is gathering information from representative

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The Brightest Hope - Abida

12 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 - 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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