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Capacity Development and Training

Practical Lessons from the Field: Part I

26 February 2014

An Interview with Gabriel El Khili, UNESCO 

In Part I of this interview, Mr. El Khili speaks with Katie Zanoni, INEE Minimum Standards Team member, to reflect on how UNESCO has been able to utilize the INEE Minimum Standards in the field and what lessons he has learned in using this framework to ensure access to quality education

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A Reflection on the Application of the INEE Minimum Standards in Post-Conflict Liberia

20 February 2014

An interview with Howard Williams, American Institutes for Research (AIR), Liberia

Howard Williams takes some time to reflect on his new role as Chief of Party (COP) for the Girls’ Opportunities to Access Learning (GOAL) Plus project to speak to Katie Zanoni, INEE Minimum Standards (INEE MS) Team member, about how the INEE Minimum Standards can be used

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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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Call for Volunteers: Piloting of the INEE CSE Training Materials

15 January 2014

INEE invites you to participate in the piloting of training materials for education practitioners and policy makers on Conflict Sensitive Education (CSE). These materials draw from the INEE CSE Pack developed in 2013 and aim to strengthen institutional and individual capacity of stakeholders in developing and implementing conflict sensitive education programmes, policies and strategies. For more information on CSE and

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Syrian Teachers in Turkey, a Perspective From Zeynep Turkman Sanduvac

14 August 2013

In this interview, Zeynep Turkman Sanduvac speaks with Jaci Wamberg, INEE Minimum Standards Intern, about her most recent work with a UNICEF Turkey project, “Provision of Periodic, Relevant and Structured Training for 1,500 School Teachers and other Education Personnel According to Needs and Circumstances” training Syrian refugee teachers from Turkey’s refugee camps, she shares the goals

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Contextualization of INEE Minimum Standards Underway in occupied Palestinian territory

2 July 2013

By Amy Kapit, INEE Consultant for oPt Minimum Standards Contextualization

Education stakeholders and policymakers in the occupied Palestinian territory are currently contextualizing the INEE Minimum Standards, INEE’s global tool articulating the minimum level of educational access and quality in emergency preparedness, response, and recovery. A global set of standards, and the foundational tool for the

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INEE Minimum Standards Training Sessions in Amman, Jordan

20 June 2013

By Eldrid Midttun, EMEDUC/Consultant for the Norwegian Refugee Council

With the backdrop of thousands of Syrian refugees arriving in Jordan, including a high number of school age children and youth, the Ministry of Education along with UN agencies and NGOs are doing their best to help meet the constantly growing needs for formal and non-formal education.Read more


The Digital Hope Project - Using Technology to Enhance Skills and Create Jobs

5 June 2013

by Andrew B. Greene Jr, Founder and CEO of B-Gifted Foundation 

The Digital Hope Project of the B-Gifted Foundation of Sierra Leone was selected and recognized as one of the best Digital Ideas and Digital Talent at ITU Telecom World 2011. The 'Digital Hope' initiative received an investment from the ITU.  As a winning idea,

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Discussion Series: Teacher Professional Development in Crisis

3 February 2013

Teacher Professional Development in Crisis: How Can We Give Teachers in Fragile Contexts the Learning They Want and Need? is an online special forum hosted by the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE). The forum brings together international experts, practitioners, and teachers to address what we see as the overall poor quality of professional development provided

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Online Training Course on Conflict Sensitive Approaches

30 January 2013

by Nirina Kiplagat

Nirina Kiplagat is a Programme Specialist in the United Nations Interagency Framework Team for Preventive Action, a framework of UN agencies, programmes, funds and departments to catalyze integrated initiatives for early preventive action. The UN Interagency Framework Team for Preventive Action is a member of the INEE Working Group on Education and Fragility.

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