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

Resource:  INEE_Bi-Weekly_Bulletin_2015_10_02

Language
English
Themes
Advocacy, Attacks on Education, Education Cluster, Education in Emergencies, Gender, INEE Minimum Standards, Training and Capacity Development
Resource Type
Newsletter/Bulletin/E-communication
Author(s)
INEE
Publisher/Journal
INEE
Publish Date
2015-10-02

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Summary

Calls for Action
Psychosocial Support in Education
Global Teacher Prize

Events ­Round Table: Role of Education and Youth in Preventing Urban Violence ­Soft Skills Development Workforce Success
Education for Tomorrow
Bridging the Gender Gap ­Breaking Through: Dismantling Roadblocks to a Response For Syria ­2015 Global Education Summit

INEE Minimum Standards and Tools ­Jordan Minimum Standards for Education in Emergencies ­Why Standards Matter ­
Hard copies of INEE materials available

Training and Capacity Development ­Understanding Older People and Their Needs Basic Principles of Disability Inclusion ­Climate Change: Security Challenges and Solutions ­Child Protection in Emergencies

Resources
Report: Vulnerable Students, Unsafe Schools ­Report: Hear it From the Children ­ Report: Nepal’s children speak out
Guide: Minimum Standards for Age and Disability Inclusion ­Podcast: Brightest Hope ­ Brief: Schools under Attack in Syria ­Report: Education under Attack in Syria ­ Report: Education under Fire ­
Report: Investing Against Evidence
Paper: Education and Armed Non­State Actors ­Report: Measuring Separation in Emergencies ­Tools: Advocacy Resources of Education in Emergencies ­Tool: Free English Reading Program for Communities in Crisis

Opinions ­Will the growth of private schooling help achieve quality and free education
Syrian refugee children: a struggle for education ­It’s Up To The World: Pay For the Global Goals or Buy Everyone a Latte  

INEE News Roundup