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Education Policy

Launching: Journal on Education in Emergencies

22 January 2014

INEE is pleased to announce the establishment of the Journal on Education in Emergencies. The Journal will be led by Prof. Dana Burde (New York University) as the Journal’s first Editor-in-Chief.

This peer-reviewed Journal is set up in response to the growing need for rigorous Education in Emergencies (EiE) research to strengthen the evidence base,

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Education Saves Lives!

14 January 2014

Let’s remember on International Human Rights Day why we must realize the right to education

by Shaharazad Abuel-Ealeh, Global Campaign for Education

This blog was originally published on the Education for All Blog of the Global Partnership for Education here.

December 10, 2013 marked the 20th anniversary of the International Human Rights Day, reminding us

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Choc des générations : l’emploi des jeunes pour éviter les conflits

2 January 2014

Par professeur Henrik Urdal

En cette période de changement démographique sans précédent -- en 2050, la planète devrait compter 9,6  milliards d'habitants vivant principalement en ville -- les structures démographiques jouent un rôle significatif dans la paix et la stabilité des pays.

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Interview with Sarah Dryden-Peterson and Rebecca Winthrop

24 October 2013

Sarah Dryden-Peterson is co-chair of the INEE Working Group on Education and Fragility and Assistant Professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Her work focuses on issues such as the role of social institutions in immigrant/refugee integration, the connections between education and family livelihoods, and transnational institution-building. Her work is situated in conflict and post-conflict settings in

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Knowing What, Knowing How

30 September 2013

By Gay Norton Edelman

A thought leader long ago said, once you know the what, the how will appear.

That person had never confronted the issues of education in emergencies.

The content of Monday’s UNGA Side Event on Education Cannot Wait was as rich as it was broad based. The 19 presenters,

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Closing the gap: using resilience to support education policy in emergency and crisis

28 July 2013

By Jo Kelcey, Education Consultant, World Bank. The fifth domain of the INEE Minimum Standards for Education focuses on law and policy formulation and planning and implementation. Yet, in emergency contexts, providing structural and institutionally focused support for these processes is often easier said than done. In particular the question of how to better bridge the humanitarian and development

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Toward Inclusion of Conflict-Affected Youth in the Post-2015 Education Agenda

23 July 2013

Adolescents and youth in conflict-affected environments may never have traveled to school without fear, never known a functioning civil society or political or family stability. These youth are frequently displaced, either within their country or as refugees. They may find themselves stranded before they have built the skills to enter adulthood. In conflict-affected environments, they face major challenges to

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Case Study: Absent curriculum from Somalia’s schools for more than two decades

19 July 2013

by Abdikadir Issa Farah, Program Officer at Formal Education Network for Private Schools (FENPS).


Somalia has been without functional government for over twenty years. All infrastructures and units for public services collapsed that made living conditions very critical. Although education unit had never ceased but it has gone without a unified national syllabus to

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5 July 2013

O Comitê Diretivo da Campanha Nacional Brasileira pelo Direito à Educação, divulga um novo posicionamento público, desta feita como o título: " DINHEIRO DO PETRÓLEO PARA A EDUCAÇÃO PÚBLICA: O BRASIL ESPERA CORAGEM E DISCERNIMENTO DA CÂMARA DOS DEPUTADOS", no qual apelam aos

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Bringing back hope to displaced children at the Masisi Center, Democratic Republic of Congo.

27 June 2013

By Odette Asha, Norwegian Refugee Council

Around 800 schools were affected by the latest clashes that took place in the province of North Kivu since last June.

A glimmer of hope

The young Maniriho, a former child soldier, said he is full of hope for a better tomorrow. At the age of 16, he is

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