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Education and Fragility

LAUNCH: EiE Thematic Area Pages

15 March 2018

INEE is excited to launch a new collection of thematic webpages!

Thanks to contributions from a wide variety of experts, we have updated and developed the Thematic Areas section of the INEE website in order to highlight some of the most important areas of education in emergencies work.

The thematic areas listed

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Webinar: Supporting Education in Fragile & Conflict Affected Situations

19 April 2017

The Global Partnership for Education (GPE) invites you to participate in the next session of the GPE Webinar Series 2017, presented in partnership with the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE). The webinar, entitled “Supporting Education in Fragile and Conflict Affected Situations”, will explore situations in which GPE has been able to

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Le nouveau Rapport mondial de suivi sur l’éducation (GEM) de l’UNESCO de 2016

20 September 2016

Le nouveau Rapport mondial de suivi sur l'éducation (GEM) de l’UNESCO de 2016 est disponible en ligne.

Ce rapport  "montre le pouvoir que détient l’éducation pour favoriser les progrès de tous les objectifs mondiaux (ODD) visés dans le nouveau Programme de développement

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Caminhos de aprendizagem da Comunidade de Língua Portuguesa da INEE, com Chris Talbot

8 April 2016

Na última semana de março de 2016, alguns membros da Comunidade de Língua Portuguesa da INEE tiveram oportunidade de participar num conjunto de iniciativas facilitadas por Christopher Talbot, uma das pessoas responsáveis pela criação da INEE, no ano 2000. O facilitador esteve em Braga, Portugal, a convite da

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How can Teachers be Supported to Provide Quality Learning in Emergency and Conflict Situations?

10 December 2015

By John J. Lujang Wani, Ministry of Education, South Sudan

This blog post was originally published by NORRAG on 9 December 2015.

South Sudan, the world’s youngest country, committed itself to the Education for All (EFA) goals and education Millennium Development Goal (MDG) and began collecting educational data in 2011. South Sudan has been working

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6 Reasons to Elevate the Importance of Tertiary Education in Emergencies

3 October 2015

By Heather Donald and Sandra Steiger, graduates of the inaugural Higher Education in Emergencies course, and refugee education advocates based in Toronto and Geneva respectively.


“For nowhere in the world has sustained development been attained without a well-functioning system of education, without universal and sound primary education, without an effective higher education sector,&

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New report identifies urgency to address funding gaps in education in emergencies

9 September 2015

by World Vision International

This post was originally published as a blog by World Vision on September 9, 2015.

More than 13 million children across the Middle East and North Africa have been forced out of school due to conflict and escalating political tensions in the region, according to a new report released by the 

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The Education Response to Ebola: The Role of Business

8 December 2014

By Justin W. van Fleet, Chief of Staff to the UN Special Envoy for Global Education, Rt. Honourable Gordon Brown, and nonresident fellow at the Center for Universal Education. This post was originally posted on 3 December 2014 by Brookings Institute.

Education has been one of the first casualties of the Ebola crisis

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War Child Canada’s Accelerated Learning Program in West Darfur

14 May 2014

Salima Jaffer is a Project Officer with War Child Canada, where she manages the Sudan, South Sudan and Sierra Leone portfolios. Salima has previously worked with the Aga Khan Foundation in Tanzania and Uganda, and the Tropical Health Education Trust in Zambia. 

In 2012, 2,307,500 children in Sudan were out of school; 20% of those children

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9 May 2014


This blog post was adapted from text from A World at School.

Three weeks ago, 276 girls were abducted at gunpoint from school in Chibok, northeast Nigeria.

Many of these girls had only travelled to Chibok for their exams as their own schools had been closed for 3 months - due to

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