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In June 2006, the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and INEE sponsored a policy roundtable on Education in Emergencies, Fragile States and Reconstruction: Addressing Challenges and Exploring Alternatives at UNICEF headquarters
Education for All Helen Pinnock and Marian Hodgkin The past decades have seen some positive (though inconsistent) changes in the US policy of accepting the 6 refugees, There have also been
New Pedagogy Prepared by: Fadi Salfiti What is the origin of the word pedagogy? It was agreed that pedagogy is an educational term whose origin is Greek.
Cette note d’orientation de l’IASC porte sur les objectifs et la portee de l’approche cluster au niveau global et au niveau national. En particulier, il evoque les
There are too many people who are impacted by poverty, poor housing, stigma and discrimination, unemployment, and ill health. This is a vicious cycle that hinders people from things that
The second edition of “Response & Resilience” issued by the UNESCO Desk for Education which focuses on the UNESCO’s response to the Syria crisis. It provides an outline of
The INEE Conflict Sensitive Education Guiding Principles are for stakeholders concerned with education in conflict-affected and fragile contexts, and can be used to guide education interventions in these contexts and
INEE developed the INEE Conflict Sensitive Education (CSE) Pack in order to support the integration of conflict sensitivity in education policies and programmes in conflict-affected and fragile contexts. This Pack
This bulletin showcases UNESCO EiE responses to disasters that recently hit in Peru, Nepal and Madagascar. This update is available in English, French, and Spanish. Response and Resilience - An
Promising Practices in Refugee Education is a joint initiative of Save the Children, the world’s largest independent children’s rights organisation, UNHCR, the UN refugee agency, and Pearson, the