Evidence

Topic(s)
Research and Evidence

This collection hosts recent global education in emergencies evidence. This includes literature reviews, gap maps, and journals or issues of journals specific to EiE.

Rigorous evidence is vital in guiding effective responses to crises. To advance research in this field, the Journal on Education in Emergencies publishes groundbreaking and outstanding scholarly and practitioner work on education in emergencies (EiE). This collection hosts the most recent global evidence resources on education in emergencies. This includes literature reviews, evidence gap maps, EiE specific journals, and EiE-themed issues of journals of other themes. The collection does not include country specific pieces or research over 10 years old.

This collection was developed with the support of the INEE Data & Evidence Collaborative.

Report

What Works to Promote Children's Educational Access, Quality of Learning, and Wellbeing in Crisis

Published by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
New York University (NYU)
UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO)

This study is a rigorous review of evidence found in the literature that shows which interventions promote educational access, quality of learning, and wellbeing among children who live in crisis-affected areas, and those in settings where a crisis has just ended.

English
Policy Document

Investing in Learning: the Case for Strengthening the Collection and Use of Learning Assessment Data in EiE Contexts

Published by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)

This policy paper provides guidance on how to increase and improve the measurement of holistic learning outcomes for crisis-affected learners. It was developed by the Quality and Equitable Learning Outcomes (QELO) workstream of the Education Policy Working Group (EPWG) and is a resource for donors, national governments, and humanitarian and development agencies.

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English
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Journal Article

Education in Emergencies: A Review of Theory and Research

Published by
Review of Educational Research

In this article, we conduct an integrative and rigorous review of theory and research on education in emergencies programs and interventions as international agencies implement them in areas of armed conflict.

English
Research Publication

The Political Economy of Education Systems in Conflict-Affected Contexts

Published by
UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO)
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Education Rigorous Literature Review, University of Sussex

This report is a rigorous literature review on the political economy of education systems in conflict-affected contexts and is aimed at education advisers and agencies, development practitioners and Ministry of Education policy makers working in conflict-affected contexts.

English
Report

Literature Review: The Role of Teachers in Peacebuilding

Published by
Research Consortium on Education and Peacebuilding

In the context of debates around teachers’ role in educational outcomes, accountability and management, this literature review explores their potential to be active agents of peacebuilding. This review specifically aims to explore their role in promoting peace, reconciliation, social cohesion and violence mitigation.

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Manual/Handbook/Guide

Education in Emergencies Evidence Briefs - Guidance Note

Published by
Development Alternatives Inc (DAI)
UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO)
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Cambridge Education

This guidance note aims to begin bridging the gap between evidence and programming by pulling together in one place the most robust evidence available to date, and combining this with DFID adviser experience of  programming in three different emergency contexts.

English
Report

Education Under Attack 2020

Published by
Global Coalition to Protection Education from Attack (GCPEA)

Education under Attack 2020 documents attacks on education in situations of armed conflict and insecurity between January 1, 2017, and December 31, 2019. Each of the 37 countries profiled in Education under Attack 2020 experienced at least ten reported attacks on education or military use of educational facilities in 2017 and 2018, the first two years of the period covered.

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English
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Report

Investment for Education in Emergencies- A Review of Evidence

Published by
Overseas Development Institute (ODI)

This report finds that: Communities prioritise education over other needs in emergency contexts; Longer term costs of emergencies to education include estimates that reach hundreds of millions – and even billions – of dollars; and Humanitarian aid to education in emergencies is very low, with limited understanding of how this can catalyse other sources of funding.

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Website

Evidence Gap Maps

Published by
Education in Crisis & Conflict Network (ECCN)

These ECCN Evidence Gap Maps are an approach to our objective to build evidence and capacity to increase equitable access to education in crisis-and-conflict-affected environments.

English
Research Publication

NORRAG Special Issue 02: Data Collection and Evidence Building to Support Education in Emergencies

Published by
NORRAG

The second edition of NORRAG Special Issue (NSI) is dedicated to data collection and evidence building to support Education in Emergencies (EiE). It focuses on why data and evidence are crucial for understanding and addressing situations of emergency and protracted crises and provides insight into the ethical and material challenges when gathering evidence

Arabic
English
Chinese (Mandarin)
French
Russian
Spanish
Research Publication

Education and Conflict Review: Theories and conceptual frameworks in education, conflict and peacebuilding

Published by
Centre for Education and International Development, University College London

This special issue of Education and Conflict Review attempts to assemble theories and conceptual frameworks that are dispersed across a wide array of academic publications and often inaccessible to those who need them the most, particularly to the education and conflict researchers and practitioners in low-income contexts.

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