The INEE website has moved to inee.org. You are currently viewing the static archive of the former INEE website, established in May 2019.
You are now a member of the dynamic and growing INEE network of more than 15,000 individuals living and working in more than 190 countries. Our membership is made up of practitioners working for national and international NGOs and UN agencies, ministries of education and other government personnel, donors, students, teachers, and researchers who voluntarily join in the work of promoting access to quality, safe, and relevant education for all persons affected by crisis.
As an INEE member, you have FREE access to thousands of other members, up-to-date information, job announcements, and a wide variety of resources and tools!
INEE is all about its people -- and that means INEE is all about you!
If you would like to find out more about other INEE members, head over to the INEE Member Database. Once logged in, you can use the search criteria to narrow your search for members or click the Submit button without search criteria to get a list of all members. Find members based on language, geographic location, area of expertise, organization and more. If you find a member you would like to contact, simply click the “Contact Me” link to the right of their name and send them a message using the form.
INEE sends out regular email communications to keep members informed and up-to-date on the latest information and resources related to education in emergencies. Email subscriptions can be customized based on your interests and language (available in English, français, español, Português and اللغة).
Subscribe to any of INEE's email lists, or modify your subscriptions, in your INEE oline profie. You can also change your email preferences by clicking on the Update your email address and email subscriptions link at the bottom of any message you receive from INEE.
INEE mailing lists are also a good way for your organization to broadcast its official content. Send an email to [email protected] to find out more.
INEE is known for its world-class tools, and there is no better place to find them than in the INEE Toolkit, a database of practical, field-friendly tools created to guide humanitarian aid workers, government officials, and educationalists working in the field of education and emergencies. All downloads are FREE of charge, including the INEE Minimum Standards Handbook (available in over 20 languages). Hard copies are also available free of charge, until funds are exhausted, in a variety of languages, including English, Spanish, Arabic, French and Portuguese. To order hardcopies of INEE materials online, click here. For any questions, email [email protected].
INEE maintains an additional Resource Database, vetted and organized into specific categories. Members can browse the database based on interests or search for specific resources. Members can also upload and share publications and research relevant to the field of education in emergencies.
Last but not least, we hope you take advantage of INEE’s robust online presence at www.ineesite.org. The content of the website is vetted and presented by the INEE Secretariat and members like you, in order to provide you with the best possible assistance to your work.
Plus, the site is entirely available in each of INEE’s primary languages; just click on the language prefix (En, Fr, Es, Pt, عربي) at the top right of any window to browse the site in English, français, español, Português or اللغة.
Below are just a few of the many things you can do on the INEE website:
If you have any questions, please visit our FAQ page. You can also email us at [email protected] or contact an INEE Secretariat member directly from information provided on the Who We Are page. We hope to hear from you and we appreciate your membership!