Key EiE Publications: 2000-2009

The following list of publications released between 2000-2009, have played an influential role in the development of the field of education in emergencies. For the full list of key EiE publications, click here.

26 April 2000 Policy Document United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organziation (UNESCO)

The Dakar Framework for Action

The Dakar Framework is a collective commitment to action. National governments have an obligation for ensuring to ensure that Education for All goals and targets are reached and sustained, a responsibility that can be met most effectively through broad-based partnerships within countries, supported by co-operation with regional and international agencies and institutions.

1 January 2001 Manual/Handbook/Guide United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organziation (UNESCO)

Planning Education in and after Emergencies

Education can develop positive attitudes and reflexes, which are important to confront such situations as war or natural disaster. It is vital also to develop an education system or a curriculum that best caters to the needs of crisis-stricken populations, and to ensure that no social groups are excluded or denied the right to education.

12 April 2005 Research Publication United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organziation (UNESCO)

Education, Conflict and Social Cohesion

Education, Conflict and Social Cohesion argues that in order to ensure that processes of education reform are meaningful contributions to reconciliation and peace-building, the subtle and complex relationships between schooling and conflict need to be explicitly recognised and examined.

21 February 2004 Report
Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children

Global Survey on Education in Emergencies

This Global Survey on Education in Emergencies (Global Survey) is an attempt to gather information on how many refugee, displaced and returnee children and youth have access to education and the nature of the education they receive.

1 June 2004 Journal Article Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)

Minimum Standards for Education in Emergencies, Chronic Crises, and Early Reconstruction

The current issue, "Minimum Standards for Education in Emergencies, Chronic Crises, and Early Reconstruction: Issues and Debates on Quality, Impact, and Accountability" (Vol. 9, No. 2) seeks to further discussion on the theoretical and practical issues and debates arising from the INEE Minimum Standards, their formulation and implementation.