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Promoting access to quality, safe, and relevant education for all persons affected by crisis


Launch: INEE Strategic Framework 2018-2023

10 April 2019

We are pleased to share with you the INEE Strategic Framework 2018-2023. This document guides the network -- all of us! -- to play an ever more effective role in the delivery of quality, safe, and relevant education for all those affected by emergencies and protracted crises. As detailed in this strategic framework, INEE will continue to lead on existing ...

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Highlight: INEE financial partnerships

2 May 2019

Dear INEE members, With the recent official launch of the INEE Strategic Framework 2018-2023, we are pleased to announce two key partnerships in support of this framework. The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) have agreed to provide financial support of INEE’s strategic priorities and activities. The following provides ...

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INEE 2018 Annual Report

24 April 2019

Dear members of the INEE community:   We are pleased to share with you, in this INEE 2018 Annual Report, a summary of the network’s many activities and accomplishments, which are organized by the network’s strategic priorities outlined in the INEE Strategic Framework 2018-2023. This framework guides the network -- all of us! -- to play an ...

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A whole person approach to global education

9 April 2019

by Dr. Kathryn J. Adams, LIDÈ Haiti This blog post is an adaptation of remarks delivered on behalf of the NGO Major Group on 4 December 2018 at the Global Education Meeting 2018 in Brussels.   In the stories emerging from NGOs and Civil Society over the past year, what repeats and coalesces is 1.) a shifting perspective from “student”-centred ...

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Regulating private actors in education – also in emergencies!

8 April 2019

by Peter Hyll-Larsen, INEE Advocacy Coordinator Last month saw the publication of The Abidjan Principles on the human rights obligations of States to provide public education and to regulate private involvement in education. This is certainly a pretty big deal in the realm of international human rights law and education in development, and it should also be a very welcome ...

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Celebrate International Women’s Day!

5 March 2019

8 March 2019 International Women's Day was first celebrated in the United States on February 28, 1909. In 1975, the United Nations began celebrating the day on March 8th and today gender equality is one of 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Here are a few ways you can support International Women's Day in 2019: Learn about SDG 5 and how you can help support the ...

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[Webinar] REACT: Building partnerships in EiE

28 February 2019

REACT: Building partnerships in education in emergencies   20 March 2019 GBC-Education and INEE hosted a webinar showcasing how business and implementation partners can use the Rapid Education Action (REACT) digital platform to deliver much-needed resources to children caught in conflict. REACT is a matchmaking platform that channels support from businesses – in the form of financial and in-kind contributions, ...

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Language in education - what we don’t know, and why data matters

21 February 2019

On the occasion of International Mother Language Day, a blog post by Alice Castillejo, Programme Advisor, Translators without Borders Evidence suggests that mother tongue education provides the best learning outcomes. But that’s hard to do unless you know which mother tongues to work in. Translators without Borders (TWB) research shows that humanitarian responders, across all sectors, often don&...

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Dubai Cares Announces E-Cubed Round 2 Winners

19 February 2019

We are pleased to share today's announcement from Dubai Cares on the Evidence for Education in Emergencies (E-Cubed) second round of research investments. The call for proposals, launched in May 2018, prompted 69 proposals ranging in context, methodology and thematic focus. 33% of these proposals were put forward by applicants local to under-represented contexts. This round of proposals saw an increased focus ...

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Identifying Ways of Working through Conflict-Sensitive-Education Challenges in South Sudan

18 January 2019

By Maren Steller, Peacebuilding Analyst, Oxfam IBIS With the aim to explore how to integrate INEE CSE standards and guidelines into ongoing education programs in South Sudan, Oxfam held a two-day workshop in Juba, South Sudan, from the 28-29 November 2018. The workshop brought together Oxfam staff and local partners, including colleagues from the INEE member organisations NRC ...

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