This issue of the Journal on Education in Emergencies offers an in-depth analysis of the unique gendered effects humanitarian emergencies have on boys and girls. It adds to more than two decades of EiE research that demonstrates how conflict and crisis exacerbate existing political, economic, and cultural barriers to education access and widen the gender gap in educational attainment.
This guidance note, aligned with the INEE Minimum Standards, puts the wellbeing of teachers at the center of response and recovery efforts in conflict and crisis affected settings.
The toolkit aims to make it easier and faster to find the tools they need to strengthen their vital work. It pulls together resources from across the education, humanitarian, and development sectors and presents them as clear, concise lists.
The Charlevoix Funding Dashboard was created to promote transparency and accountability towards the commitments made by G7 countries and funding partners towards the Charlevoix Declaration on Quality Education. The interactive dashboard visualizes funding pledged and disbursed by donors and funding partners.