Call for Members - INEE Working Groups
All INEE working groups are recruiting new members!
Application deadline: 13 January 2023
INEE working groups are formal network spaces that facilitate members to work collectively on specific focus areas. Each working group has an INEE Coordinator and is led by a volunteer leadership team composed of individuals from among the group’s roughly two dozen members. Working group membership is voluntary; there is no financial obligation or compensation. Find out more in these general terms of reference for INEE working groups.
Following a recent restructuring process, INEE is currently inviting applications from INEE members to join all eight active working groups.
Who may apply?
Any INEE member may apply to join a working group as an individual or as a representative of their organization. Members with lived experience in crisis-affected contexts, or working within an organization directly engaged in education in emergencies work, are particularly encouraged to apply.
How can I apply?
Applications can be submitted, by the deadline listed, using the designated form for each working group (see below). Through the form, each applicant must submit a CV, a one page statement of interest, and a one-page letter of support from their organization (if applying as an organizational representative).
All applications must be submitted in English. INEE can provide language support to complete the application if needed. Please contact email@example.com.
What working groups are accepting applications?
Descriptions, contacts, and specific application procedures are listed below for each group.
- Accelerated Education Working Group (AEWG): The AEWG aims to improve the quality of accelerated education (AE) working through five areas of focus. Further details on these areas of focus are available in the AEWG 2022-23 Brief.
Apply to join the Accelerated Education Working Group here.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
- Data Working Group (DWG): The DWG aims to improve the EiE data ecosystem through the creation of global public goods and the generation of consensus for changes.
Apply to join the Data Working Group here.
Please reach out to email@example.com with any questions.
- Distance Education Working Group (DEWG): The DEWG advocates for quality, safe, and relevant distance education solutions, and produces and shares guidance on distance education in emergencies to inform policy and practice.
Apply to join the Distance Education Working Group here.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
- Early Childhood Development Working Group (ECDWG): The ECDWG aims to strengthen inter-agency ECD programs, practices, and policies for children and families affected by crisis through collaboration and knowledge sharing, development, testing and dissemination of practical tools, and advocacy.
Apply to join the Early Childhood Development Working Group here.
Please reach out to email@example.com with any questions.
- Gender Working Group (GWG): The GWG is a member-led community of practice for Gender and EiE actors to work collaboratively to raise awareness and visibility, promote understanding, and advance action on gender-responsive EiE.
Apply to join the Gender Working Group here.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
- Inclusive Education Working Group (IEWG): The IEWG aims to promote the key principles, behaviors, and actions necessary for ensuring that all excluded and people who are at risk of marginalization are included in education in emergencies.
Apply to join the Inclusive Education Working Group here.
Please reach out to email@example.com with any questions.
- Psychosocial Support and Social and Emotional Learning Working Group (PSS-SELWG): The PSS-SEL WG aims to better support ongoing work in PSS-SEL in crisis contexts, by addressing gaps in policy, practice, and research regarding PSS-SEL.
Apply to join the Psychosocial Support and Social and Emotional Learning Working Group here.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
- Teachers in Crisis Contexts Working Group (TiCCWG): The TiCCWG works collaboratively to identify problem areas in teacher management, development, and support in crisis contexts, and propose and provide inter-agency, open-source solutions.
Apply to join Teachers in Crisis Contexts Working Group here.
Please reach out to email@example.com with any questions.