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

INEE Bi-Weekly Bulletin, 1 October 2013

Language
English
Themes
Conflict Sensitive Education, Education in Emergencies, INEE Minimum Standards
Resource Type
Newsletter/Bulletin/E-communication
Author(s)
INEE
Publisher/Journal
INEE
Publish Date
2013-10-01

Summary

The INEE Bi-Weekly Bulletin contains the latest information and resources related to education in emergencies.

In this Bulletin - 1 October 2013

Call for Action
Call for Volunteers: Join the INEE Minimum Standards Arabic Review Group!
Call for Syrian Response to Education
Call for Paper Proposals on INEE Minimum Standards 10-Year Anniversary – Reflecting & Revisioning (CIES)
Call for Paper Proposals on Conflict Sensitive Education (CIES)
Call for participation in e-Discussion: Innovating for Girls’ Education – Part 2

Event
World Teachers’ Day 2013 celebrations at UNESCO Headquarters
INEE Minimum Standards and Tools
Hardcopies of INEE Materials Available

Trainings and Capacity Development
Discussion Series, “Teaching Education in Emergencies: Good Practices and Challenges”
HREA Course on Education in Emergencies
Education in Emergencies: Best Practices and Lessons Learned

Resources
Investment in Global Education: A Strategic Imperative For Business
Advocacy Brief: Education Cannot Wait: Humanitarian funding is failing children
Education Resilience Approaches Field Notes Issue NO.2
Podcast: The role of business in delivering on the global promise of education
Report: Toward Universal Learning: Recommendations from the Learning Metrics Task Force
New report on out-of-school children in Pakistan
Climate change education in the spotlight: leading thinkers launch UNICEF resource manual
‘Education Transforms’ booklet launched in New York
Background Paper - INEE WG UNGA meetings

Opinions
Interview with Dr. Yolande Miller-Grandvaux, USAID Education Advisor
Education Cannot Wait - Call to Action
ICT integration in basic refugee education: Tools for teachers in Daadab Refugee Camps