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Desk Review of Programming Guidelines for Adolescents & Youth in Emergencies

INEE, MYAN, NRC and RET International, INEE, MYAN, NRC and RET International   |   PDF

While a range of guidelines for engagement in Adolescent and Youth programming has been developed to date, there has not been any systematic consolidation or compilation of these resources nor has there been any review of the existing gaps in availability of practical guidance and tools. To contribute to the …

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The Book of Needs (Vol. I) of Fifteen War-Devastated Countries in Education, Science and Culture


The Book of Needs Volume I (1947) is UNESCO’s first account of post-war educational and cultural losses and needs in 15 countries affected by World War II.

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INEE Bi-Weekly Bulletin - September 5, 2017

INEE Secretariat , INEE BWB   |   PDF

Highlights - INEE CSE Capacity Building Initiative Update Calls to Action - Survey: Education and Forced Displacement - Call for Papers: JEiE - Call for Volunteers: MHPSS Experts - Call for Papers: Mapping the Field of Higher Education - Call for Applications: King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa Prize Events - …

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Report: Experts’ Workshop on Appropriate Humanitarian Response


This workshop, held in Paris, focused on determining the feasibility of developing a set of standards for education in emergencies (EiE). The key issues discussed were: —The commitment to ensure quality education for some of the most vulnerable people in the world;—The frustrations of being “outside” the mainstream humanitarian …

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Rising to the challenge Results of Norwegian education aid 2013-2016

Norad, Norad   |   PDF

When a new government came into power in Norway in October 2013, it made a commitment for Norway to take a leading role in global efforts to ensure quality education for all. A decade on from Education for All, education had dropped down the international agenda and donor support had stagnated. …

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Accelerated Education Working Group Learning Agenda

Accelerated Education Working Group, Accelerated Education Working Group   |   PDF

This Learning Agenda, developed by the Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG), aims to organize and generate evidence to inform strategic planning, project design, project implementation, monitoring and evaluation and in-service training efforts of Accelerated Education (AE). The Learning Agenda is comprised of a set of research questions in priority development …

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Resource: School Code of Conduct Teacher Training Manual

Jess Shaver, Vibeke Ansen, Charlotte Bogh, and Charlotte Beyer, Save the Children   |   PDF

The School Code of Conduct (SCOC) training programme is designed to be used by Save the Children education staff to enable teachers and education personnel to implement governmental Teachers’ Codes of Conduct (TCOC) in schools. The training content relates to development and emergency contexts; to immediate and post conflict settings; …

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Resource: School Code of Conduct: How to Create a Quality Learning Environment

Save the Children, Save the Children   |   PDF

Save the Children has developed a School Code of Conduct training manual with a 5 days training program in order to contribute to a good quality learning environment.

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Workforce Survey Report - Review UNHCR’s Guidelines on Determining the Best Interests of the Child


UNHCR’s Guidelines on Determining the Best Interests of the Child (the “Guidelines”) were published in 2008, and have since been the key text for UNHCR staff and partners in implementing child protection case management procedures. The Field Handbook for the Implementation of the UNHCR BID Guidelines (the “Handbook”) and an …

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Refugee Education: A Global Review

Sarah Dryden-Peterson, UNHCR   |   PDF

Education is one of the highest priorities of refugee communities. Yet there is little evidence of tangi- ble organisational commitment by UNHCR to guaranteeing the right to education for refugee children and young people. The lack of high quality and protective education for refugees stands in the way of meeting …

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