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

INEE Bi-Weekly Bulletin, 15 October 2014

Language
English
Themes
Capacity Development and Training, Conflict Sensitive Education, Education and Fragility, Education in Emergencies, INEE Minimum Standards
Resource Type
Newsletter/Bulletin/E-communication
Author(s)
INEE
Publisher/Journal
INEE
Publish Date
2014-10-15

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Summary

Bi-Weekly Highlight
Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi win 2014 Nobel Peace Prize

Calls for Action
INEE Essay Contest: Share Your Story DEADLINE EXTENDED
Call for Feedback: Experiences with Conflict Sensitive Education
Call for Papers: IIE Networker Spring 2015 Issue, “Supporting Higher
Education in Crisis, Post-Conflict and Transition”

Events
Online Discussion: Conflict Sensitive Education (CSE) in Youth Programming
Protecting Threatened Scholars during Repression, Crisis and Conflict Summit
Literacy Programming in Fragile Contexts: A Panel Discussion

INEE Minimum Standards and Tools
INEE MS 10 Year Anniversary Interview Series- The INEE Minimum
Standards: A Normative Framework for EiE, Part 1 of 2
Incorporating Conflict Sensitive Strategies into the INEE-Education Cluster
EiE Training Package
Hardcopies of INEE Materials Available

Education and Fragility
Teachers Under Attack
Peacebuilding and Conflict Sensitivity: Is there a difference?

Education Cannot Wait Advocacy
GCPEA Joins CHARGE, New Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Protect
Girls’ Education in Conflict
Post-2015 Consensus Project

Training and Capacity Development
Conflict Sensitive Education Trainings
Online Course- Course E135: Education in Emergencies

Resources
Launch of the Ebola Communication Network
Ebola’s Impact on Children and Education

Opinions
South Sudan: After Tragedy and Hardship, Education Offers Hope

INEE News Roundup