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

INEE Bi-Weekly Bulletin, 1 November 2014

Language
English
Themes
Capacity Development and Training, Conflict Sensitive Education, Education and Fragility, Education in Emergencies, INEE Minimum Standards
Resource Type
Newsletter/Bulletin/E-communication
Author(s)
INEE
Publisher/Journal
INEE
Publish Date
2014-11-01

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Summary

Bi-Weekly Highlight
Call for Applications: INEE Steering Group

Calls for Action
Call for Volunteers: Early Childhood Development Module Open Pilot
Call for Applications to Host a Conflict Sensitive Education Training
Call for Feedback: Experiences with Conflict Sensitive Education
Call for Papers: IIENetworker Spring 2015 Issue, “Supporting Higher
Education in Crisis, Post-Conflict and Transition”

Events
Online Discussion: Conflict Sensitive Education (CSE) in Youth
Programming
Ethics Education for Children

INEE Minimum Standards and Tools
Drawing Conflict Sensitive Education
Hardcopies of INEE Materials Available

Education and Fragility
Day of the Girl 2014 – Empowering Adolescent Girls: Ending the Cycle
of Violence (Podcast)
Beyond Armed Conflict and Emergency: the Role of Education and
Training in Tackling Urban Violence

Education Cannot Wait Advocacy
Nobel Peace Prize Win for Malala Is a Message to All Students Living
in Conflict: Yes You Can
Education Cannot Wait in South Sudan

Training and Capacity Development
Online Courses: Designed to Prepare Individuals Worldwide to Prevent
and Transform Violent Conflict

Resources
Advocacy Toolkit for Teachers to Provide a Quality Education
Evidence and Guidance on Economic Strengthening for Child
Protection & Education in Emergencies
Report: Education for Development
Report: We Will Stop Here and Go No Further: Syrian University
Students and Scholars in Turkey
Launch of Nigeria Education Website

Opinions
Breaking Cycles of Gender-based Violence in Schools Starts at Home
Why the U.S. Should Worry about the Global Education Problem

INEE News Roundup