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Promoting access to quality, safe, and relevant education for all persons affected by crisis

INEE Bi-Weekly Bulletin, 1 August 2013

Language
English
Themes
Education and Fragility, Education in Emergencies, Safe Schools and Learning Environments
Resource Type
Newsletter/Bulletin/E-communication
Author(s)
INEE
Publisher/Journal
INEE
Publish Date
2013-08-01

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Summary

The INEE Bi-Weekly Bulletin contains the latest information and resources related to education in emergencies.

In this Bulletin - 1 August 2013
Call for Action
Call for Papers on Conflict Sensitive Education: World Conference on Humanitarian Studies
Call for Contributors: Teaching Education in Emergencies-Good Practices and Challenges

Events
United States Launch of the INEE Conflict Sensitive Education Pack

INEE Minimum Standards and Tools
Closing the gap: Using resilience to support education policy in emergency and crisis
Introducing: INEE-Sphere Linkages guide to support inter-sectoral collaboration

Trainings and Capacity Development
Last Call for Volunteers! Assessment of the INEE e-Learning Module

Resources
Global Humanitarian Assistance (GHA) Report 2013
Draft Lucens Guidelines for Protecting Schools and Universities from Military Use during Armed Conflict
Launching a new Education in Emergencies portal on NRC website! Launching a new website: Primary Education Support!
Launching INEE Bi-Weekly Bulletin Online Archive!
Podcast: Two young activists on driving change
Study: Bright Education to Afghan Girls: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Village-Based Schools
Study: The Effects of “Girl-Friendly” Schools: Evidence from the BRIGHT School Construction Program in Burkina Faso

Opinions
School textbook provision — always an emergency
In Turkey, teachers learn how to work better with their Syrian refugee pupils
Toward Inclusion of Conflict-Affected Youth in the Post-2015 Education Agenda