Key EiE Publications: 2015-Present

The following list of publications released since 2015 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.

30 September 2015 Report Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE), New York University (NYU), UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO)

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

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.

1 March 2016 Report
Research Consortium on Education and Peacebuilding

Synthesis Report: The Integration of Education and Peacebuilding

The purpose of this synthesis report is twofold. First, it examines how education is included in peacebuilding and development frameworks in four distinct conflict-affected environments (Myanmar, Pakistan, South Africa and Uganda). Second, it compares, summarises and critically reflects how education policies and governance contribute to the peacebuilding process

1 March 2016 Report United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

The Role of Teachers in Peacebuilding and Social Cohesion: A Synthesis Report

The purpose of this synthesis report is to explore the role of teachers in peacebuilding and social cohesion in four distinct conflict affected environments (Myanmar, Pakistan, South Africa and Uganda), and to compare, summarise and critically reflect on key issues, policies and governance aspects that relate to how teachers might contribute to peacebuilding and social cohesion processes.

1 February 2016 Report
Research Consortium on Education and Peacebuilding

Youth Agency and Peacebuilding: An Analysis of the Role of Formal and Non-Formal Education

This Synthesis Report aims to understand the ways in which the agency of youth – or their ‘space for manoeuvre’ – is impacted (or not) through a range of formal and non- formal education interventions, and how this enables or restricts young peoples ability to contribute to processes of peacebuilding and social cohesion, either in political, socio-cultural or economic ways