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20 September 2016
Dubai Cares announces new USD 10 million Research Envelope for the field of Education in Emergencies on the sidelines of the 71st UN General Assembly Five-year research envelope will inform policy and decision-makers on global and national policies and practices &
31 July 2016
by Peter Transburg, INEE
To participants of the 2000 World Education Forum in Dakar, the May 2016 World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) in Istanbul would have seemed a distant, perhaps impossible, milestone. Not because the humanitarian sector hasn’t had its share of lofty language and symbolic summits, and not because educationalists in the year 2000 didn’t recognize
3 June 2016
This article was originally published by Elishiva Cohen on MINNPOST on June 3, 2016.
Last month at the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS), humanitarian actors such as UN agencies, governments, nongovernmental organizations, and donors once again agreed that education is a humanitarian priority. This prioritization of education in emergencies was demonstrated through
3 June 2016
"Caros Membros da Campanha Global pela Educação, Escrevemos após o lançamento, esta semana, durante a Cimeira Mundial de Ajuda Humanitária, em Istambul de "A Educação não pode esperar" o fundo para a educação em situações de emergê
26 May 2016
This article was originally posted on May 26, 2016 by Global Partnership for Education.
125 million people are living in crisis around the world, and we are in the throes of the greatest humanitarian emergency since World War II. People are fleeing violence and famine in record numbers, seeking a better future for themselves,
23 May 2016
Education Cannot Wait aims to provide 13.6 million children and youth in emergencies and protracted crises with quality education
ISTANBUL, 23 May 2016 – Global and national organisations today launch a new fund to better coordinate support for and drive investment in education for children and youth affected by humanitarian emergencies and protracted crises.
20 May 2016
This article was originally posted by Rescue Aid.
When I visited Lebanon in 2013, the country and humanitarian actors within it were reeling from the surge of refugees entering the country. In that year alone, the Syrian refugee population grew from 130,799 to 804,848, and by April 2014, it exceeded one million,
18 May 2016
This article was originally published on May 19th, 2016 by Global Partnership for Education.“Girls cannot go to school if they are afraid. Girls shouldn’t be afraid to go to school.”
Who could disagree with Rose?
A young education advocate from the Philippines who, visibly nervous
8 April 2016
Na última semana de março de 2016, alguns membros da Comunidade de Língua Portuguesa da INEE tiveram oportunidade de participar num conjunto de iniciativas facilitadas por Christopher Talbot, uma das pessoas responsáveis pela criação da INEE, no ano 2000. O facilitador esteve em Braga, Portugal, a convite da
5 April 2016
Brussels, originally published on the European Commission website
EU supports educational projects for children in situations of emergencyWhat is the situation of children in emergency-affected countries? What is the impact of crises on education?
Children are among the most vulnerable victims during and in the immediate aftermath of crises. They are at high risk