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

INEE Steering Group Blog Series

The INEE Steering Group Blog Series highlights the current work and ideas of the INEE Steering Group members. This continuous series aims to share regular outputs from leading experts in the field of education in emergencies and provide a chance for INEE members to hear from and interact with these leaders on a range of relevant topics. Each blog post is following by a comments section, in which members are encouraged to discuss the issues at hand.

 

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September 2016

Literacy and wellbeing – coming soon to a phone near you!
by Randi Gramshaug, Norad

August 2016

Collective action is key
by Nina Papadopoulos, USAID

May 2016

Gang violence in El Salvadorian schools: An emergency in education
by Brenda Haiplik, UNICEF

March 2016

A space of their own: Meeting the needs of the youngest learners in crisis
by Mackenzie Lawrence, International Rescue Committee (on behalf of Jennifer Sklar)

February 2016

Return from violence - Reintegrating former youth soldiers
by Marina Lopez-Anselme, RET International

January 2016

One size does not fit all - Non-formal education approaches in the Syria context
by Silje Sjøvaag Skeie, Norwegian Refugee Council

October 2015

Reflections on emerging trends for financing education post-2015
by Aleesha Taylor, Open Society Foundations

 

Coming soon...

 

October 2016

Ita Sheehy, UNHCR

November 2016

Kerstin Holst, UNESCO