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2 April 2013
By Lori Heninger, INEE Director
Much is happening in preparation for the post-2015 agenda; consultations, meetings, surveys, all to gather inputs from the international community on ways forward. This blog will focus on the recent World We Want’s Thematic Consultation on Education in the post-2015 development agenda, held in Dakar on 18-19 March. I
28 March 2013
by Maria Lucia Uribe, Coordinator of the INEE Working Group on Education and Fragility
INEE and the UNESCO International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) are co-organizing a High Level Symposium on Conflict Sensitive Education – Why and How that aims to mobilize education stakeholders in the prioritization of quality education in
10 March 2013
by Elin Martinez, Save the Children UK. Read her blog here.
The ongoing process to shape the post-2015 framework includes an interesting angle whereby citizens around the world are asked to rank their top priorities for what development goals will come after 2015. The My2015 first online and offline survey results have shown that ‘a good education&
16 January 2013
By Alex Monroe, INEE Secretariat
INEE has been following the crisis taking place in Syria, with a focus on the ways in which it is affecting children and education. To date, there are more than 600,000 Syrian refugees with an ongoing influx of 3,000 daily. Lebanon and Jordan host nearly 180,000 refugees each, while Turkey opened its doors to roughly 151,000.
3 December 2012
Karina Kleivan is Emergency Education Coordinator at IBIS, a Danish NGO specialising in education and particularly teacher training in Africa and Latin America. IBIS is a member of the Working Group on Education and Fragility.
Only too seldom do children who begin schooling in fragile and conflict-affected contexts receive instruction in their mother tongue (MT). On