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

Webinars and Webcasts

INEE periodically hosts free, open webinars to address critical issues in education in emergencies. INEE webinars - both the live events and the recordings - are shared widely through INEE communications channels. Below is a compilation of many of the webinars INEE has hosted over the past few years.
 

18
April
2018

Intro to the new ICT Inventory for Education in Emergencies
Organized by the Carey Institute
Presenter: Mona Younes

The ICT Inventory is an interactive online database of technology resources for delivering quality education in crisis contexts. You will learn how your organizations can benefit from and contribute to the ICT Inventory.

     
9
April
2018

EdTech in Emergencies - What the evidence shows us
Organized by the INEE Tech Task Team
Presenters: Luke Stannard and Michaelle Tauson


This webinar highlighted the findings of the Save the Children UK report entitled “EdTech for Learning in Emergencies and Displaced Settings: A Rigorous Review and Narrative Synthesis”.

     

26
March
2018

Social and Emotional Learning and Psychosocial Support in Crisis Settings: From Theory to Practice
Organized by INEE
Presenters: Caroline Keenan, Save the Children Jo Kelcey, New York University Andrea Diaz-Varela, Right to Play Delveen Luqman, International Rescue Committee


This webinar explores global momentum around SEL, some of the theoretical frameworks being developed to help us demonstrate the impact of SEL programming in crisis settings, and an example of local adaptation and implementation of the theory. 

     
13
March
2018

New Research and Tools for Education in Emergencies
Organized by NetHope
Presenters: Leila Toplic, NLG Tech Task Force Lead, Tim Unwin, UNESCO Chair in ICT4D, Peter Transburg, Senior Communications Coordinator at INEE

This webinar shares the findings from “The future of learning and technology in deprived contexts” report commissioned by Save the Children International and introduces INEE's ICT Inventory for Education in Emergencies.

     

18 
January
2018

Connected learning for refugee higher education
Organized by INEE Tech Task Team
Presenters: Jackie Strecker, UNHCR; David Hollow, Jigsaw Consult; Armando Borja and Peter Balleis, Jesuit Worldwide Learning; Don Dippo, BEHR; and Ashley Haywood, Kepler.

This webinar provides a unique opportunity to unpack research examining how higher education can be provided effectively to refugees in low-resource environments.

     

17 November
2017

INEE Conflict Sensitive Education Learning

Organized by INEE
Presenters: James Rogan, ECCN; Tino Kreutzer, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative

This webinar is the first in a series of INEE's ongoing CSE capacity building initiatives, which support the 12+ agencies that participated in their rollouts of CSE trainings across several countries

     
28
September
2017

ICT for M&E of Education for Refugee Populations
Organized by USAID ECCN and the INEE Tech Task Team
Presenters: Lisa Hartenberger Toby, USAID ECCN; Allyson Krupar, Pennsylvania State University; Albane Coeurquetin, Vodafone Foundation; Anthony Bloome, USAID 

This webinar features innovative ways to use Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the monitoring and evaluation of education programming for refugee populations.

     
1
May
2017

Education and Cooperation in Emergencies,
Parts 1 & 2

Organized by INEE and the Institute of Education of Minho University
Presenters: José Augusto Pacheco, Carla Martins, Dean Brooks, Mary Mendenhall, S. Garnett Russell, Mieke Lopes Cardozo, Nina Weisenhorn, Leonorra MacEwen, Emily Echessa, Helena Barroco, Luís Guimarães, Pedro Morgado, Heddy Lahmann, José Carlos Morgado, Júlio Santos, Paul Frisoli, Judit Barna, Mark Chapp
le

This webinar contributes towards knowledge sharing for Working Group members as well as for the wider audience, promoting reflection, teaching and research, helping to develop partnerships and to contribute to affirm this strategic area for internationalization within the framework of development cooperation. 

     

27
April
2017

Supporting Education in Fragile & Conflict Affected Situations
Organized by Global Partnership for Education
Presenters: Jesper Andersen, GPE; Dean Brooks, INEE; Tizie Maphalala, UNICEF; Paola Grazia Retaggi, UNICEF; 
Hollyn Romeyn, NRC; Valere Munsya, GPE

This webinar explores situations in which GPE has been able to provide support to its partner countries during crises, and some of the lessons learned in those contexts. The panel will also look into the application of the INEE Minimum Standards and the process of contextualization, specifically in GPE partner countries.

     
20
April
2017

TPD in Action - Using the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack
Organized by INEE
Presenters: Kathleen Denny, NRC Iraq; Danielle Falk; Charlotte Bergin, Save the Children UK

This webinar presents how the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Training Pack is being used in Iraq, South Sudan, Kenya, and Tanzania. 

     
29
September
2016

Teacher Professional Development in Crisis Contexts
Organized by INEE
Presenters: James Lawrie, Save the Children; Charlotte Bergin, Save the Children UK; Mary Tangelder, FCA

The webinar brought together colleagues from across the world to discuss, question, and consider much needed improvements to teacher support and teacher training. It explores the inter-agency Training Pack For Primary School Teachers in Crisis Contexts and the findings from INEE’s report “Where It’s Needed Most: Quality Professional Development for All Teachers”.

     
18 
May
2016

Education and forced displacement – How can technology make a difference?
Organized by INEE; BMZ/GIZ; UNHCR
Presenters: Dr. Negin Dahya, University of Washington Information School; Laura Stankiewicz, Creative Associates International; Dr. Mary Mendenhall, Columbia University Teachers College; Peter Mading Angong, Primary School Teacher, Kakuma Refugee Camp

During this webinar, panelists discuss promising approaches, challenges, and lessons learnt regarding the use of ICT for education for refugees and IDPs. 

5
March
2015

Caught in the Crossfire: Providing Education during Conflict
Organized by The American Red Cross and INEE
Presenters: Dean Brooks, INEE; Anna Azeryeva Valente, UNICEF; Nina Papadapoulos, USAID, Jennifer Sklar, IRC; Diya Nijhowne, GCPEA; Zama Neff, HRW

This recorded seminar offers an expert presentation and panel on ensuring the existence of a safe space for education during conflict.

     
December 2014

Conflict Sensitive Education Training Webinars

Organized by INEE
Presenter: Cynthia Koons

INEE has developed training materials based on the CSE Pack. The CSE Training Modules may be delivered in 2-day or 90 minute sessions, and the materials are available in English, Arabic, French and Spanish. You can find additional training and capacity development tools related to CSE on the INEE Toolkit.

     

4 December 2013

EiE Best Practices and Lessons Learned
Organized by Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation
Presenters: Arianna Sloat, INEE; Caroline Keenan, UNICEF; Sweta Shah, Plan International

This webinar teaches attendees

  • How to apply the INEE Minimum Standards in the field to strengthen programs
  • Key lessons learned from the design and implementation of education programming in emergencies
  • How the INEE Minimum Standards can be used to advocate for greater attention to educational services at both the country and global levels
     

March 
2013

Gender-Responsive Programming in Education in Emergencies and Post-Crisis Recovery

Organized by INEE and Education Cluster
Presenters: Tracy Sprott, UNICEF, DRC; Jumma Khan, UNICEF Somalia; Ruth Naylor, Plan International

This webinar was developed from interest from Education Cluster Coordinators in support of broader efforts to promote gender responsive programming in education in crisis contexts and explores ideas and good practices around this global issue.

     
27
March
2012

Adolescents and Youth Programming in Education in Emergencies
Organized by INEE and Education Cluster
Presenters: Nieves Alvarez, GIZ (presentation in French) Brooke Breazeale, INEE Josh Chaffin, WRC

This webinar was developed in response to interest from the Education Cluster in support of broader efforts to promote youth responsive programming in education in crisis contexts.  Experts discuss their work and best practices in this field.