Additional vetted and organized resources can be found in the INEE Toolkit.
This paper addresses the role of instant messaging chat groups to support teacher training and gender equity initiatives in Kenyan refugee camps. Our findings are based on survey data with
Historically, educational gender gaps in Bangladesh persisted as households invested more in the education of boys than girls. Recent anecdotal and descriptive reports, however, claim that Bangladesh has achieved gender
Many children are deeply affected by loss and trauma. Although some studies mention the educational consequences of such situations, this is an aspect often overlooked. Results from different studies show
Education has been on the minds of peacemakers since the end of the Cold War, contrary to expectations. An examination of how education is addressed in full and partial post-Cold
Education in emergencies refers to schooling and other structured activities for those whose lives have been thrown into disorder by extreme and difficult circumstances. Education in emergencies work fits squarely
Zimbabwean economic migrants and political refugees have been given refuge and provided with shelter at the Central Methodist Church (CMC) Refugee House, in central Johannesburg. The refugees have successfully initiated
Fast track to Where? If mitigating conflict and displacement is the aim, does convergence around universal primary education miss the mark?
The articles in this volume provide a wide range of small-scale, short-term case studies exploring multiple aspects of education in emergencies. The case studies covered in this volume include Burmese
The second edition includes case studies that look at both the politics and policies of education for refugees and IDPs as well as education as protective and preventative measures. Within
The Government of Southern Sudan’s Go to School Initiative, supported by UNICEF, which seeks to get 1.6 million children back in school by the end of 2007, incorporates key elements of