Journal on Education in Emergencies: Volume 2, Number 1

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Research and Evidence

The Journal on Education in Emergencies aims to stimulate research and debate about education in emergencies; promote learning informed by evidence; define knowledge gaps and key trends for future research; and publish rigorous scholarly and practitioner work that will set standards for evidence in the field.

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The second issue of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE) was published in December 2016.

The second issue of the JEiE contains five articles -- three research articles and two field notes -- and three book reviews that cover a wide range of academic subjects. The subjects in this issue include lessons from an approach centered on trauma and psychosocial support in Gaza; norms, violence, and girls' education in Afghanistan; and citizenship education in Mali.

The full JEiE Volume 2, Number 1, as well as individual articles, can be downloaded by clicking on the titles far below. The authors published in JEiE Volume 2, Number 1 discuss their work in the Behind the Pages podcast episodes embedded below.

 

 

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Journal on Education in Emergencies: Volume 2, Number 1

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This issue features articles that analyze educational programs for marginalized and vulnerable populations living in a wide range of circumstances of crisis or conflict, and that examine resilience as a response to these emergency settings.

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Editorial Note: Journal on Education in Emergencies: Volume 2, Number 1

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We are pleased to announce the second issue of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE). This issue features articles that analyze educational programs for marginalized and vulnerable populations living in a wide range of circumstances of crisis or conflict, and that examine resilience as a response to these emergency settings.

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Finding a Way Forward: Conceptualizing Sustainability in Afghanistan's Community-Based Schools

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This article considers the impact of CBE in the voices of Afghanistan’s educational and community stakeholders, gained through interviews and observations with parents, teachers, students, educational officers, and school shuras (councils) across eight communities in two provinces.

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Will You Send Your Daughter to School? Norms, Violence, and Girls' Education in Uruzgan, Afghanistan

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Using stratified survey data and complementary qualitative interview data, this study explores why parents in Uruzgan, Afghanistan, choose to send their boys and girls to school, what prevents them from doing so, and what kinds of normative tensions emerge during this process.

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Resilience of LGBTQIA Students on Delhi Campuses

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This research article examines how LGBTQIA students on college campuses in Delhi, India, handle discrimination in the aftermath of the Supreme Court of India’s ruling on December 11, 2013, that recriminalized homosexuality in India. In this paper, we identify which strategies are most likely to lead to positive, long-lasting change.

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Field Note: A School Under Fire: The Fog of Educational Practice in War

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This field note explores a little-known footnote in the history of the U.S. military occupation in Iraq. In mid-2007 the author documented the beginnings of a school designed and operated by the U.S. military in Iraq. Every aspect of this school was conditioned by its singular context: to educate Iraqi juveniles captured in war.

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Book Review: The Outcast Majority: War, Development, and Youth in Africa by Marc Sommers

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Anthropologist Marc Sommers has spent decades thinking and writing about youth in Africa, frequently while working as a consultant for government and NGO clients. In The Outcast Majority, Marc Sommers has written a career-summarizing book. The book details the vast gap between outcast youth in war-affected Africa and the international development enterprise.

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Book Review: Arab Dawn: Arab Youth and the Demographic Dividend They Will Bring by Bessma Momani

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In Arab Dawn, Bessma Momani offers a nuanced picture of the everyday lives of young people throughout the Arab Middle East. She argues that there are important fundamental differences between today’s Arab youth and those of prior generations, and that young people will be driving change in the region.

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Book Review: Education and Empowered Citizenship in Mali by Jaimie Bleck

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In the introduction to her book, Education and Empowered Citizenship in Mali, Jaimie Bleck draws on Western political science theories and a rich bibliography as she describes the evolution of education in Mali.