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15 March 2018
INEE is excited to launch a new collection of thematic webpages!
Thanks to contributions from a wide variety of experts, we have updated and developed the Thematic Areas section of the INEE website in order to highlight some of the most important areas of education in emergencies work.
The thematic areas listed
20 September 2016
Le nouveau Rapport mondial de suivi sur l'éducation (GEM) de l’UNESCO de 2016 est disponible en ligne.
Ce rapport "montre le pouvoir que détient l’éducation pour favoriser les progrès de tous les objectifs mondiaux (ODD) visés dans le nouveau Programme de développement
5 January 2016
by Kenneth King, Editor, NORRAG News
This blog post was originally published by NORRAG on 4 January 2016.
Almost exactly a year ago, we told readers of the NORRAG Blog: ‘We [in NORRAG] are looking critically across this whole extraordinary process [of post-2015], and trying to capture and summarise some of the key directions &
6 November 2015
by Aaron Benavot and Manos Antoninis
This post was originally posted on the Education for All Global Monitoring Report's World Education Blog on 4 November 2015.
The Education 2030 Framework for Action was adopted today in a high level meeting alongside the 38th UNESCO General Conference. What is this document and what does it
16 July 2015
By Rebecca Winthrop, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution and Director of the Center for Universal Education. This article was originally published on the Brookings Institution's Future Development blog.
On 6-7 July 2015, the Norwegian government convened the Oslo Summit on Education for Development. Timed auspiciously between the World Education Forum in Incheon and the
6 July 2015
by Susan Nicolai, head of the Development Progress project at the Overseas Development Institute This blog post was originally published on 6 July 2015 on the ODI website.
Nepal’s devastating earthquake in May this year destroyed or damaged 50,000 classrooms, affecting more than a million children.
Last year, Ebola wreaked havoc on already fragile school systems
14 January 2014Let’s remember on International Human Rights Day why we must realize the right to education
by Shaharazad Abuel-Ealeh, Global Campaign for Education
This blog was originally published on the Education for All Blog of the Global Partnership for Education here.
December 10, 2013 marked the 20th anniversary of the International Human Rights Day, reminding us
12 December 2013
by Andrea Diaz Varela, The World Bank
For children and youth affected by crisis, conflict or violence, social and emotional skills are critical building blocks for resilience. They can make the difference between success in school and dropping out; between managing stress and turning to negative coping mechanisms; between building supportive relationships and social isolation.
19 July 2013
by Abdikadir Issa Farah, Program Officer at Formal Education Network for Private Schools (FENPS).
Somalia has been without functional government for over twenty years. All infrastructures and units for public services collapsed that made living conditions very critical. Although education unit had never ceased but it has gone without a unified national syllabus to
24 June 2013
This is a joint blog post by Marja Karjalainen and Bo-Joe Brans and is originally posted in the GPE Education For All Blog.
The European Union (EU) is standing up for education. Andris Piebalgs, EU Commissioner for Development, hosted an EU High-Level Conference on Education and Development on May 23 in Brussels. It was a day full