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13 July 2017
INEE Roundtable: Psychosocial Support & Social and Emotional Learning in crisis-affected contexts
~ Call for Case Studies ~
Deadline for abstracts: 4 August 2017
This Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) roundtable - scheduled for October 18th 2017 in Florence, Italy, with virtual participation to
17 September 2015
In reflections after the Nepal earthquake education response, Education Cluster and INEE members identified the need to develop and make accessible a practical, global tool that can be used to support psychosocial well-being after emergencies.
While many psychosocial support (PSS) resources exist, we are hoping to add some organization and relevance to them in the education context&
31 July 2014
Since 7 July 2014, more than 1000 Palestinians have been killed and around 230,000 displaced in Gaza. Many of the displaced civilians are now living in one of the 84 UNRWA shelters and schools. UNESCO Education Officer in Gaza and INEE member, Bilal Hamaydah, volunteers to provide psychosocial support to displaced children. Read his story in his own words. This story was
12 December 2013
by Andrea Diaz Varela, The World Bank
For children and youth affected by crisis, conflict or violence, social and emotional skills are critical building blocks for resilience. They can make the difference between success in school and dropping out; between managing stress and turning to negative coping mechanisms; between building supportive relationships and social isolation.
14 November 2013
by Julie McBride, War Child Holland
In 2007, UNICEF took the lead in developing the Paris Principles, and Guidelines on Children Associated with Armed Forces or Armed Groups were developed. This document was a breakthrough in its addressing of the complex issue of the release and reintegration of child soldiers. However, since 2007, there have been a
24 June 2013
Dr. Grace Akukwe is a principal project specialist with the International Development, Evaluation and Research Program at American Institutes for Research (AIR). Dr. Akukwe has over fifteen years’ experience working in developing country contexts focusing on education. Her area of research interest is in the sustainability and institutionalization of effective governance systems. Her project management portfolio in conflict