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

INEE Global Meet-Up, January 2016


INEE Meet-Ups are informal gatherings in all corners of the globe where INEE members and others can network, share experiences, and discuss relevant topics. All people and all themes are welcome!

Dates: 19 January - 5 February 2016
Locations: All across the globe (click for details)


Call for volunteer organizers!

Organizing an INEE Meet-Up event is easy; no experience necessary. As a Meet-Up organizer you will pick a place and time for the event (within the dates provided), invite colleagues and friends, and provide feedback to the INEE Secretariat via email. Basic guidance for Meet-Up organizers can be found below on this page.

Please complete this short Organizer sign-up form, or send the following details to meetups@ineesite.org by 25 January 2016.

  • Your first and last names
  • Your organization (if any)
  • Your city and country location
  • Your email address
  • Your phone number
  • Meet-Up location - full address
  • Meet-Up date and time

 

Meet-Up theme (optional): Strengthening the response to education in emergencies and protracted crises

Download and review the ODI Options paper overview prior to participating in an INEE Meet-Up and come prepared to discuss the questions below.

Meet-up organizers are encouraged to utilize the INEE Consultation Facilitator's Guide and send feedback on the discussions by filling out the reporting forms at the end of the guide. 

For assistance, contact globalconsultation@ineesite.org. To learn about other ways to participate in the global consultation, visit the INEE website.

 

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Global Consultation Questions

Question 1. Do you have any specific changes to propose to the conceptual framework for the Common Platform (vision, mission, purpose, who it would serve, how it would operate, guiding principles, etc.)?

Question 2. Five functions for a Common Platform have been proposed:  1) inspire political commitment; 2) generate new funding; 3) improve planning and response; 4) build national and global capacity; and 5) strengthen accountability and learning.

  • Based on your experiences working in countries affected by crises, are there 1-2 clear priority functions that a common platform should address? If so, what are they and why?
  • Are there any functions, or elements within the functions, that are missing from the list and that should be added?
  • Do you have any concerns about any of these functions? If so, what are they and are there any potential solutions to overcome these concerns?

Question 3. There are three proposed options as to the scale of the Common Platform and how efforts might be focused (see comparison table in the overview document; more details on each option can be found in the ODI options paper).

  • Which of these three options do you prefer?
  • What are the strengths of the option(s) you prefer?
  • What are the gaps and/or modifications that you suggest? Please detail any concerns you have, as well as potential solutions to overcoming these concerns.
  • Do you have any suggestions regarding sequencing and scale up between the options?
  • Do you have an alternative suggestion of an option for the Common Platform in terms of scale and how the effort might be focused?

Include responses to these questions and a summary of your discussions in your Meet-Up report, or post them directly to the INEE Discussion Forum.


Meet-Up Resources


For more information, please contact meetups@ineesite.org.