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Des ressources supplémentaires examinées et organisées peuvent être trouvées dans la trousse à outils de l'INEE ("INEE Toolkit").
In July 2018, INEE and Porticus (a private philanthropy organization) completed a survey of INEE Membership to better understand the strengths and weaknesses of the EiE sector. This presentation reflects the
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
These occasional policy briefs are non-papers. They serve as a basis for promoting further discussion and policy analysis in their respective areas.
The 2012 EFA Global Monitoring Report is divided into two parts. Part I provides a snapshot of progress towards the six EFA goals, and towards spending on education to finance the
This concept note outlines a proposal for the establishment of a Journal on Education in Emergencies (EiE)
This adaptation is not just a change in focus; it proposes a different activity, which you might prefer if you are conducting a short training workshop and/or have few
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
Highlights - Webinar: JEiE - From Submission to Publication - INEE Global Meet-Ups December 2018 - Synthesis Report Events - Event Report: CSE Challenges in South Sudan - Webinar: INEE and
Highlights - Webinar JEiE - From Submission to Publication - Activist in the Academy, Feminist in the Field Calls to Action - Call for articles - Forced Migration Review -
Highlights - INEE advocacy webinar: using human rights approaches - The Alliance-INEE Roundtable 2018 Report - A review of global education in 2018 Calls to Action - Let’s act before it’