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Celebrating 10 Years of the INEE Minimum Standards

Ten years ago, the INEE Minimum Standards were created to ensure that those affected by conflict and natural disasters had equal access to quality, safe and relevant education. Since then, the INEE Minimum Standards have served as a benchmark for education policy and practice in emergency situations. The INEE Minimum Standards have influenced substantially the establishment of Education in Emergency (EiE) as a key component of humanitarian response and the growth of EiE as a sector. The 10th anniversary of the INEE Minimum Standards gives the EiE community the opportunity to consolidate and share the important work and progress achieved to date. 

 

 

Reflecting on 10 years with the INEE Minimum Standards

 

  Name and Institution

  Blog Article Topics (click on topic to access the interview)

  Chris Talbot,
  INEE
  The INEE Minimum Standards: A Normative Framework for EiE, Part 2 of 2

  Chris Talbot,
  INEE

  The INEE Minimum Standards: A Normative Framework for EiE, Part 1 of 2

  Howard Williams, 
  American Institutes for Research

  A Reflection on the Application of the INEE Minimum Standards in 
  Post-Conflict Liberia

  Gabriel El Khili,
  UNESCO

  Practical Lessons from the Field: Part I

  Silje Sjøvaag Skeie, 
  Norwegian Refugee Council

  Infusing the INEE Minimum Standards within Organizational Policy

  Simon Purnell,
  ZOA International

  Applying the INEE Minimum Standards to Education in a Protracted 
  
Refugee Situation: Part I

  Jonathan Penson,
  War Child Holland

  Working Towards Global Standards for Education in Emergencies

  Zeynep Turkmen Sanduvac,
  Mavi Kalem Social Assistance
  and Charity Association

  Training Syrian Educators on the INEE Minimum Standards in Turkey

  Gabriel El Khili,
  UNESCO

  Practical Lessons from the Field: Part II

  Ken Rhodes,
  FHI 360°

  Diverse Functions of the INEE Minimum Standards in Education in
  Emergencies

  Simon Purnell,
  ZOA International

  Applying the INEE Minimum Standards to Education in a Protracted
  Refugee Situation: Part II

  Caroline Keenan,
  UNICEF

  The INEE Minimum Standards: The Common Thread

  Wendy Smith, 
  World Vision

  The INEE Minimum Standards Operationalizing Education as an Enabling
  Right

  Allison Anderson,
  International Education
  Consultant
  The INEE Minimum Standards: A Decade of Advancement

  Essa Ali Al Mannai,
  Reach Out to Asia

  The INEE Minimum Standards to Guide Educational Programming

  Peter Hyll-Larsen,
  ActionAid

  Getting it Right: Balancing Pragmatism and Accountability in Education in
  Emergency Response, Part I

  Peter Hyll-Larsen,
  ActionAid   

  Getting it Right: Balancing Pragmatism and Accountability in Education in
  Emergency Response, Part II

  Ellen van Kalmthout,
  UNICEF

  The INEE Minimum Standards: A Platform for the EiE Community

  Sweta Shah,
  Plan International

  The INEE Minimum Standards: The Basis for Education in Emergencies
  Programming

  Khalil Al-Hussaini,
  Yemen Ministry of Education

  The INEE Minimum Standards within the Ministry of Education in Yemen

  Serena Campogrande,
  INTERSOS

  INTERSOS: Providing Education and Child Protection in Emergencies

  Carine Allaf,
  Qatar Foundation International

  A Foundational Approach to Education in Emergencies

  Alberto Biancoli,
  UNRWA

 The INEE Minimum Standards: Raising the Profile of Education in Emergencies