We are pleased to announce the newest volume of the Journal on Education in Emergencies! It examines how education is not only a space that has suffered extensive collateral damage from the war on drugs, but also how education policies and practices perpetuate and sustain this long-running, transnational, and multifaceted war
As part of our 20th anniversary commemoration, we will be holding a series of events and launching a report about the progress of education in emergencies over the past two decades, including INEE’s role in that.
In this policy paper INEE and the Alliance for Child Protection developed a framework for a balanced analysis to inform decisions based on holistic child-wellbeing as to when and why to re-open schools.
INEE is taking action to support our members, partners, and communities by ensuring they are equipped to help their governments, schools, teachers, parents/caregivers, and students mitigate the effects of the crisis and support the continuity of education for children and youth.