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Assessing the Impact of Literacy Learning Games for Syrian Refugee Children

John Comings, Nedjma Koval-Saifi, Jan Plass, World Vision   |   PDF

This report provides an executive overview of the impact evaluations of two winning literacy apps, Antura and the Letters and Feed the Monster, in the EduApp4Syria competition. The impact evaluations had three goals: 1. Assess the impact of each game on players’ literacy skills; 2. Assess the impact of each game …

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The Future of Learning and Technology in Deprived Contexts

Tim Unwin, Mark Weber, Meaghan Brugha and David Hollow, Save the Children   |   PDF

This report addresses the future of basic education, ICT use in deprived locations, and the use of ICTs in primary school learning in 2020 and 2025, especially in deprived contexts. It draws on research evidence from the literature, the authors’ experiences of ICT use in education initiatives, interviews with practitioners and academics, …

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Transformative pedagogy for peace-building: A guide for teachers


This guide is designed to build the capacity of teachers so that they are informed and empowered in why and how to educate for peace-building. It offers an analysis of conflict, examines the role of ethics, expands on the elements of transformative pedagogy and provides practical tools to assess learners’ …

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INEE Minimum Standards Handbook


Minimum Standards for Education: Preparedness, Response, Recovery. 2010 (2nd edition.) New York, INEE - Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies. The INEE Minimum Standards Handbook is the only global tool that articulates the minimum level of educational quality and access in emergencies through to recovery. The Minimum Standards express a commitment …

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Pooled Funding to Support Service Delivery

Stephen Commins (Team Leader), Fiona Davies, Anthea Gordon, Elizabeth Hodson, Jacob Hughes and Stephen Lister, UK Department for International Development   |   PDF

This is the output from DFID-commissioned research into the use of pooled funding to support service delivery in fragile and conflict-affected states (FCAS). The aim was to distill practical knowledge from existing studies and, in particular, to capture practitioner experience on the design and implementation of pooled funds, in order …

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Psychosocial Support for UNRWA Schools: a Conceptual Framework


The Framework aims to guide Counselors and educators to apply the inclusive approach to holistic, comprehensive, rights-based, child-centered, child-friendly and enabling psychosocial support, within UNRWA’s education system which is aligned with the Agency’s Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Framework.  It is intended to help Counselors and educators …

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SDG 4 - References to Education in Crisis Contexts in SDG 4 Policy Documents

Sonia Gomez, INEE   |   PDF

This documents contains a summary of references to Education in Emergencies found in the Incheon Declaration and the Education 2030 Framework for Action.

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Coordinating EiE through the Education Cluster – illustrated by the cases of Mali and Nigeria

Gabriela Müller , Faculty of Culture and Social Science of the University of Lucerne   |   PDF

This study, informed by various sociological neo-institutional approaches, investigates whether a global mechanism such as the cluster approach represents an adequate framework to structuring humanitarian response. It sheds light on the coordination of education in emergencies (EiE), a relatively new area of intervention within the humanitarian system, whose importance, despite …

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Civics and Ethical Education for Peacebuilding in Ethiopia: Results and Lessons Learned

Chrissie Monaghan, PhD, Elisabeth King, PhD, UNICEF   |   PDF

This resource is part of a collection of resources compiled by UNICEF’s 2012-2016 Peacebuilding, Education and Advocacy Programme (PBEA), known as “Learning for Peace”, which was funded by the Government of the Netherlands. This document explores how education might advance peacebuilding, social cohesion and community resilience in vulnerable contexts …

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Pastoralist Education and Peacebuilding in Ethiopia

Elisabeth King, PhD, Chrissie Monaghan, PhD, UNICEF   |   PDF

This resource is part of a collection of resources compiled by UNICEF’s 2012-2016 Peacebuilding, Education and Advocacy Programme (PBEA), known as “Learning for Peace”, which was funded by the Government of the Netherlands. This study contributes to discussion and planning to strengthen peacebuilding through education initiatives designed to increase …

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