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23 June 2014An interview with Khalil Al-Hussaini, Donor Coordinator with the Ministry of Education in Yemen
As the Donor Coordinator with the Ministry of Education (MoE) in Yemen, Mr. Khalil Al-Hussaini is responsible for working with donors to ensure quality education is accessible for children who have been impacted by conflict in the country. Mr. Al-Hussaini represents the MoE in
16 June 2014An interview with Ms. Sweta Shah, Education in Emergencies Specialist at Plan International, USA
As the Education in Emergencies Specialist at Plan International, Ms. Sweta Shah explains how the INEE Minimum Standards are embedded in her work and her institution. In this interview Ms. Shah speaks to Katie Zanoni, INEE Minimum Standard Team Member, to identify some of
9 June 2014An interview with Ellen van Kalmthout, global Education Cluster Coordinator at UNICEF, Geneva.
Ms. Ellen van Kalmthout is a longstanding practitioner in the education in emergencies field and is currently global Education Cluster Coordinator at UNICEF. In this interview, Ms. Van Kalmthout speaks with Katie Zanoni, INEE Minimum Standards Team Member, to unveil a rich history of the
28 May 2014An interview with Peter Hyll-Larsen, ActionAid Representative on the INEE Minimum Standards Working Group and part-time independent consultant on education rights in emergencies
Peter Hyll-Larsen offers his perspective in this interview on the role the INEE Minimum Standards (INEE MS) have played in advocating for the right to education especially during an emergency situation. Mr. Hyll-Larsen speaks
19 May 2014An interview with Essa Ali Al Mannai, Executive Director of Reach Out To Asia (ROTA), Qatar
In this interview, Essa Ali Al Mannai speaks with INEE Minimum Standards Team Member, Katie Zanoni, to discuss his work and consider how the Standards have impacted educational programming within Reach Out To Asia. Mr. Al Mannai highlights the importance of the
12 May 2014An interview with Allison Anderson, International Education Consultant and former Director and Coordinator for Minimum Standards of the INEE
In reflecting on the past 10 years of the INEE Minimum Standards (INEE MS), the current INEE Minimum Standards Coordinator, Tzvetomira Laub and Katie Zanoni, INEE MS Team Member, spoke with the former Director of the INEE to discuss some of
12 May 2014
The Journal on Education in Emergencies seeks to publish groundbreaking and outstanding scholarly and practitioner work on education in emergencies (EiE). The Journal invites submissions of papers for its two sections: EiE Research and EiE Field Notes.EiE Research articles use a clearly articulated research design and methods, an explicit theoretical or conceptual framework, and contribute to the
5 May 2014An interview with Wendy Smith, World Vision
Wendy Smith, World Vision’s Senior Advisor for early childhood development and basic education, is one of the early visionaries around the development of the INEE Minimum Standards. Wendy speaks with Katie Zanoni, INEE Minimum Standards Team Member, to reflect back on the development of the Standards and explains
30 April 2014An interview with Caroline Keenan – UNICEF New York
Caroline Keenan, from UNICEF, reflects on her work within Education in Emergencies to consider how the INEE Minimum Standards have become a common thread in the work she does in training and implementation on the ground. Caroline speaks to Katie Zanoni, INEE Minimum Standards Team Member, to further consider
21 April 2014An interview with Simon Purnell, ZOA, Thailand
In the second portion of this interview, Mr. Purnell highlights how the INEE Minimum Standards have guided ZOA’s work to secure funding, train and coordinate actors in the camps and create a standardized framework for the new consortium as ZOA transitions out of Thailand in 2014.