Journal on Education in Emergencies: Volume 6, Number 1

JEiE’s special issue on education and the war on drugs examines the ways students, educators, families, communities, nongovernmental organizations, and states negotiate this sustained, multisite, multifaceted crisis. The contributors to this issue examine the educational experiences of stakeholders who encounter the war on drugs at various points along the continuum of drug manufacture, distribution, commerce, and consumption. They shed light on conceptual, methodological, and practical considerations for researching the illicit and working in the EiE field in contexts of perpetual emergency.

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In this issue:

Editorial Note Maria Jose Bermeo and Diana Rodríguez-Gómez

The Educational Nexus to the War on Drugs: A Systematic Review Diana Rodríguez-Gómez and Maria Jose Bermeo

When Emergency Becomes Everyday Life: Revisiting a Central EiE Concept in the Context of the War on Drugs Roozbeh Shirazi

The Effects of Aerial Spraying of Coca Crops on Child Labor, School Attendance, and Educational Lag in Colombia, 2008-2012 Claudia Rodriguez

“Pedagogy of Conversion” in the Urban Margins: Pacification, Education, and the Struggle for Control in a Rio de Janeiro Favela Sara Koenders

“If you don’t have an education, you are no one”: Understanding the School Experiences of Youth Involved in Drug-Related Crime in Ciudad Juárez and Medellín Cirenia Chavez Villegas and Elena Butti

Field Note: Catalyst: Expanding Harm-Reduction Education and Youth Participation in the Context of the War on Drugs Theo Di Castri

Book Review: The School-to-Prison Pipeline: Education, Discipline, and Racialized Double Standards by Nancy A. Heitzeg Jennifer Otting

Book Review: Political Socialization of Youth: A Palestinian Case Study by Janette Habashi Jo Kelcey

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Research Publication



Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE)


Research and Evidence