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The INEE Strategic Framework 2018-2023 guides the network - all individual and organizational members - to play an ever more effective role in the delivery of quality, safe, and relevant
This facilitation guide has been designed to capture the opinions and advice of practitioners and policy makers on the draft Guidance Notes through a series of consultative workshops around the
UNHCR is pleased to announce the provisional release of the UNHCR Guidelines on Assessing and Determining the Best Interests of the Child (Best Interests Procedure (BIP) Guidelines). Building on the
This document brings together the current thinking and practice on human rights-based approaches in the education sector. It presents key issues and challenges in rights-based approaches and provides a framework
The Somalia Education Cluster Operational Framework 2018-2020 is the key guiding document for the Education Cluster work in the upcoming years. It outlines the strategic directions, key approaches and activities
A graphic layout of the theory of change of the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Collaborative, an INEE network space.
The IASC Gender Marker (GM) is required in all Consolidated Appeals Processes (CAPs) and other humanitarian appeals and funding mechanisms. Cluster Leads should support their partners in the use of
The book is divided into three parts. Part One provides a brief overview of education for global citizenship, including in chapter 1 the subject matter and sub-themes, in chapter 2 the challenges
There are guidelines on humanitarian action in emergencies, including situations of natural disaster. There are also standards on protecting human rights in situations of armed conflict, internal displacement and refugee
In response, the Inter Agency Standing Committee (IASC) created the Needs Assessment Task Force (NATF) in 2009 to promote cross-sectoral needs assessment initiatives and the holistic, consistent, reliable and timely collection