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On 28 September 2018, the Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies ( INEE), together with the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE) and NORRAG, held a workshop at New York University on evidence
This paper addresses the role of instant messaging chat groups to support teacher training and gender equity initiatives in Kenyan refugee camps. Our findings are based on survey data with
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
In early 2019, the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE) hosted informational webinars, geared especially for scholars from the Global South, about submitting and publishing research manuscripts and field notes with
In 2009, the world is faced with a dire economic situation. No one hesitates to call this situation a crisis, most governments have rushed to prioritise it, and, in response, wealthy
The articles in this volume provide a wide range of small-scale, short-term case studies exploring multiple aspects of education in emergencies. The case studies covered in this volume include Burmese
The second edition includes case studies that look at both the politics and policies of education for refugees and IDPs as well as education as protective and preventative measures. Within
This note seeks to set out the key issues relating to the challenge of policy coherence in fragile states; to summarize some mechanisms emerging from broader donor government practice to
The toolkit is designed to orient educators to issues of equity and to help them begin a process of research and inquiry to identify factors in schools and classrooms that
This article problematises Bush & Saltarelli’s call for a new and comprehensive peacebuilding education which empowers children through demonstrating that alternatives to conflict exist, that they have choices and