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Marginalization, civil war, and a lack of education aid: A case study of Sudan's Nuba Mountains
The Nuba Mountains region of Sudan exemplifies a critical gap in education aid for marginalized communities affected by civil war. This case study presents an overview of the conflict in the Nuba Mountains, the gap in international aid coverage, and the education needs.
Fragility, Conflict & Statebuilding Course 2020
States of fragility are of major concern to actors spanning from local citizens to global policy makers. Not only are they particularly prone to violent conflict, they are also held responsible for a range of public bads transcending national borders. While ‘fragility’ is pervasive in donor and aid organizations’ thinking, the concept remains unclear and fuels the debate on how the international community should best respond. This course focuses on the conceptual, policy and implementation challenges of statebuilding in fragile and conflict-affected contexts.
Education as the weapon for the future: A qualitative study of education needs in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan
The people of the Nuba Mountains in Sudan have been under conflict for decades. This conflict has left the people of Nuba lacking many resources, including education support. Due to the nature of the conflict, access to the region is challenging. Still, the education organization, To Move Mountains, was able to conduct qualitative research with two communities within the conflict zone.
Conflict Sensitive Education Training in Kibondo, Tanzania: Wia Mae’s reflections on CSE and EiE
Wia-Mae Koha Mmari shares her thoughts on the CSE training and opportunities for training on education in emergencies.
Blog Series: Learning Journeys of CSE Trainers
INEE is happy to launch a new blog series on a set of conflict sensitive education trainings that were delivered as part of a 4-year project called “Never too late to learn” in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Tanzania.
CSE Training in Kibondo, Tanzania: Wia-Mae’s learning journey
Wia-Mae Koha Mmari shares her experience as a participant in a training of trainers workshop on conflict sensitive education, and the transition to facilitating the training on her own.
Capacity Development and Organizational Change: In Support of Conflict-Sensitive Education
This literature review was commissioned by ECCN as part of a larger research consultancy, undertaken in partnership with INEE, which aimed to better understand the process of building institutional capacity for conflict sensitive education (CSE) programming
Conflict Sensitive Education Training and Institutionalization
Summary Findings from a 2017-18 Research Study on the Outcomes of an INEE CSE Training Workshop
The We-Act measure is an observation and performance-based assessment designed to assess the extent to which frontline education, child protection, and psychosocial support workers in humanitarian settings have adequate competencies to provide effective support to children.
Institutionalizing Conflict Sensitive Education: Resources and Challenges
In recent years, awareness has grown regarding the importance of conflict sensitivity for education program planning, design, financing, implementation, and data collection. Yet education institutions are challenged to effectively incorporate conflict sensitivity into their operations. Join USAID, researchers and practitioners who have been working to institutionalize the messages contained within INEE’s Conflict Sensitive Education Pack, for an overview of conflict sensitive education principles, existing resources, and challenges.