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The ISCED 2011 classification was adopted by the UNESCO General Conference at its 36th session in November 2011. Initially developed by UNESCO in the 1970s, and first revised in 1997, the ISCED classification
The Age and Disability Capacity Building Programme (ADCAP) has produced the first Minimum Standards for Age and Disability Inclusion in Humanitarian Action. The Standards have been developed for use by
This child rights programming (CRP) practitioners’ guide will help you apply child rights principles and values1 at every stage of your programming. It answers many of the “how to” questions
This policy brief presents recommendations for policy and practice for those working to design and deliver education programmes in areas of conflict and emergencies. These recommendations are based upon the
While co-ordination is essentially a method of getting institutions to work together, it is clearly not synonymous with togetherness. Undercurrents of suspicion and distrust between individuals and institutional actors can
The Humanitarian Emergency Settings Perceived Needs Scale (HESPER) provides a quick and scientific method of assessing the perceived needs of people affected by large-scale humanitarian emergencies, such as war, conflict
This manual has been developed as a guide for textbook writers. The guidelines are provided around some critical issues that need to be considered by textbook writers for the production
UNHCR Education Strategy 2012-2016 Presentation
Developed by INEE and the IASC Education Cluster, the EiE harmonized training package combines training materials from the original INEE Minimum Standards, IIEP and the Front Line Responders training packages.