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17 March 2016
by Charlotte Balfour-Poole, Emeline Marchois, Suha Tutunji
Washington D.C. Monday 29th February- Friday 4th March 2016
Jet lagged maybe, but lacking in energy they certainly were not! Twenty-nine eager participants arrived in Washington D.C. for a five day INEE Minimum Standards (INEE MS) Training of Trainers. The
2 January 2014
Par professeur Henrik Urdal
En cette période de changement démographique sans précédent -- en 2050, la planète devrait compter 9,6 milliards d'habitants vivant principalement en ville -- les structures démographiques jouent un rôle significatif dans la paix et la stabilité des pays.
30 July 2013
By Tzvetomira Laub, INEE Coordinator for Minimum Standards and Network Tools
INEE is hosting a panel at the Third World Conference on Humanitarian Studies, taking place from October 24 – 27 in Istanbul, Turkey. The panel is entitled Conflict Sensitive Education: Strengthening Human Security in Conflict- and Fragile Contexts. INEE would like to invite you to submit a paper
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,
25 April 2013
By Olivier Puech, French Web & Social Media Editor, World Bank
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For almost a year, the World Bank has been supporting the Adolescent Girls Initiative (AGI) in Haiti, where much of the country is still recovering from the 2010 earthquake. Through this program, 1,000 low-income Haitian girls
20 December 2012
Originally posted on the Brookings Blog.
Dr. Rebecca Winthrop is the Director of the Brookings' Center for Universal Education. Dr. Winthrop works to promote access to quality education for young people in developing countries. She advises governments, foundations, and corporations on education and development issues, and provides guidance to a number of important education policy actors, including