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31 May 2016
This article was written by MaisElReem S. Zuhaika, an independent consultant.
After long years of a complex and protracted conflict, Sudan is faced today by many challenges that prohibit the provision of education, and puts children at risk. Humanitarian needs in Sudan are not only caused by the effects of this prolonged conflict, but are also
23 May 2016
This article was originally published on May 23rd, 2016 by Devex.
A Syrian girl carries a school kit provided by the United Nations refugee agency. Sixty-two million girls around the world are not in school, and at least 20 million of them live in conflict-affected and fragile settings as refugees, internally
29 April 2016
by Minna Peltola. This article was originally published by Finn Church Aid.
How would you feel sending your children to study in a school that was damaged in battle and had no learning materials available? What would you think if your child was attending a class much lower than
7 April 2016
Written by Eva Kaplan and Yazeed Sheqem. This article was orignially published by Technology Salon.
Currently it is estimated that there are 4.6 million Syrian refugees; 6.6 million displaced persons inside Syria. Of these, half are children. In March, Technology Salon Amman brought together people
29 February 2016
This post is part of the INEE Steering Group Blog Series, in which INEE Steering Group members share their current work and ideas on education in emergencies.
by Marina Lopez-Anselme, RET International
Many of the same approaches used to prevent youth from turning to violence in conflict contexts are
21 September 2015
by Ivy Kimtai
Education is the one common and uniting factor in the entire world; it cuts across cultures, social class, political differences, and religion. Education is about togetherness. Students meet in school, learn in class together, play together, participate in club activities together, and even do punishments or go to detention together. For at least half
12 August 2015
O Dia Internacional da Juventude, assinala-se todos os anos no dia 12 de agosto e assume-se como uma oportunidade de celebrar a força criativa e o ímpeto inovador que a juventude acrescenta a qualquer sociedade. O tema deste ano é "Jovens e Participação Cívica" e
10 August 2015
International Youth Day, celebrated each year on August 12th, is an opportunity to celebrate the creative force and the innovative impetus that young people bring to every society. This year’s theme – “Youth Civic Engagement” – emphasizes the role played by young people in building social cohesion and collective well-being. The engagement and
2 June 2015
New York, 2 June 2015 - Education is highly valued by children, youth, and adults living in crisis situations, yet it remains an underfunded and de-prioritized aspect of humanitarian response.
A global essay contest recently held by the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) highlights the importance of education for children and youth living in some of
2 June 2015
INEE is very thrilled to announce the winners of the INEE Essay Contest!
Along with the three winners, we are also pleased to share a variety of exceptional compositions that were submitted during the contest. The essay contest, which was part of the 10th anniversary celebration of the INEE Minimum Standards, was