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Child-friendly School Systems in Chennai Corporation Primary Schools

M. Bhuvanswari , M. Bhuvanswari   |   PDF

Child-friendly School Systems in Chennai Corporation Primary Schools PhD by M. Bhuvanswari (Thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 2005

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International Donor Agencies’ Guidelines for Responding to Children in Emergencies

Nina Prabhu, Nina Prabhu   |   PDF

The document review discusses selected guidelines and recommendations that international actors have formulated as a result of experience providing relief for young children in emergencies. Its purpose is to help

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Preparing for the Future: Incorporating Disaster Management Education into Sri Lankan Schools

Deborah Rea, Coventry University   |   PDF

A thesis by Deborah Rea, submitted in partial fulfillment of Coventry University’s requirements for the Degree of Master of Science (January 2007).

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Ownership and Fragility in Education: The Case of the Liberia Education Pooled Fund

Elisha London, London School of Economics   |   PDF

This paper addresses the relevance and achievement of ‘government ownership’ as a guiding principle for education aid in fragile states. It presents a theoretical model that argues how the principle

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Women’s Empowerment and Force Migration

Allyson Krupar, Pennsylvania State University, Department of Learning and Performance Systems   |   PDF

A Dissertation in Adult Education & Comparative and International Education This visual educational ethnography sought to understand women’s empowerment with Somali women who participated in non-governmental organizations’ (NGO) adult

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Coordinating EiE through the Education Cluster – illustrated by the cases of Mali and Nigeria

Gabriela Müller , Faculty of Culture and Social Science of the University of Lucerne   |   PDF

This study, informed by various sociological neo-institutional approaches, investigates whether a global mechanism such as the cluster approach represents an adequate framework to structuring humanitarian response. It sheds light on

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Recognition of refugees’ prior learning – the case of Lebanon

Barbara Trzmiel, University College London Institute of Education   |   PDF

The main purpose of this research is to examine refugees’ access to basic and higher education in Lebanon through the recognition of their prior learning attainments. This case study aims

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Education in Emergencies and Reconstruction: Bridging the Funding Gap

Eli Waerum Rognerud, University of Bremen   |   PDF

More than half of the world’s 103,5 million out-of school children live in countries affected by, or recovering from, emergencies. Conflict and wars are among the greatest barriers to reaching

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Measuring Teacher Stress in Fragile Contexts

Yetunde Abisola Noah-Pinheiro, SIPA, Columbia University   |   PDF

This paper examines the main questionnaires used by academic researchers studying teacher stress—an important determinant of job performance and student learning outcomes—for adaptability of use in fragile contexts.

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Beyond Survival: The Rise of Education in Emergencies as Global Field and Profession

Julia Celina Lerch , Stanford Graduate School of Education   |   PDF

Since the turn of the 21st century, the international aid community has embraced an unprecedented focus on education in situations of conflict and emergency. This dissertation argues that this growing

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