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

INEE Bi-Weekly Bulletin, 17 June 2013

Language
English
Themes
Conflict Risk Reduction, Education in Emergencies, Human Rights and Children's Rights
Resource Type
Newsletter/Bulletin/E-communication
Author(s)
INEE
Publisher/Journal
INEE
Publish Date
2013-06-17

Downloads

Filename File Size
INEE_BiWeekly_Bulletin_2013_06_17 4 MB Download

Summary

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

In this Bulletin - 17 June 2013

Calls for Action
Call for candidatures: The UNESCO International Literacy Prizes 2013
Call for Nominations and Applications for WISE Learners’ Voice Program, Young Leaders in Education
Fellowships for Threatened Scholars

Events
Panel Session by INEE at World Council of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES) 2013

INEE Minimum Standards and Tools
INEE Minimum Standards Reference Tools now available in Tamil and Sinhala
The dilemma of human rights in emergencies: not only aspirational but justice-able

Trainings and Capacity Development
Training Module on Links Between Education and Other Sectors
INEE Toolkit Highlight: Tools and Resources on Education and Inter- Sectoral Linkages
MSc in International Humanitarian Affairs

Resources
New digital platform on non-state education to help innovators, governments and donors close critical gaps to improve access to education for the poor
Funding opportunity: A Useful Private Project Funding Platform
From Challenges to Opportunities - EU High Level Conference on Education and Development
UNRWA launches teacher toolkit for Human Rights, Conflict Resolution and Tolerance (HRCRT) education in Amman
Report of Policy Seminar: Education in Conflict Emergencies in the Context of the post-2015 MDG and EFA Agendas

Opinions
INEE’s Response to the UN’s Report on the Post-2015 Development Agenda
Podcast: The right of indigenous peoples to education that’s appropriate to their culture is recognized. But is it realized?
Syria’s Lost Generation