Events

A dynamic listing of events and opportunities relevant to education in emergencies. Scroll through the list of upcoming events, or filter to find specific events.

Submit events using the Add an Event form (login required).

Date
Conference

3rd International Early Childhood Action Congress

30 June — 30 November 2020

It is time to shape the future TOGETHER and change perspectives within our society ! Image removed. 

 

Let's jump on our train the 30th of June for an exciting adventure on Early Childhood and Parenting train! 

Conference

Le 3ème Congrès International au cœur de l'enfance

30 June — 25 November 2020

Grâce à votre pass pour le congrès, vous pourrez être à nos côtés dans l'amphithéâtre, participer aux 5 sessions live et visiter le Train Petite Enfance et Parentalité qui dévoile 100 thématiques à jour sur le développement de l'enfant ! 🧠

Forum

3e congrés international au coeur de l'enfance

30 June — 20 November 2020

Un webcampus: 

Le contexte de crise sanitaire et les restrictions de voyage à l’international nous encouragent à venir vers vous ! 

C'est une première mondiale ! Notre 3ème Congrès se métamorphose en Webcampus interactif. 

 

Grâce à la plateforme virtuelle, créez votre avatar, voyagez, découvrez, échangez, en perspective de la crise sanitaire du Covid-19

 

Training

Fragility, Conflict & Statebuilding Course 2020

14 October — 16 October 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.

Workshop

Masculinities, Marginalization, Militarism (virtual course, 6 half-days)

15 October — 30 October 2020

From academia to practical programming, gender has often been equated with “biological sex” and been used as a synonym for women. This undermines the real analytical and emancipatory potential of gender analysis. This course provides counterweight to this tendency, highlighting the role of masculinities in conflict and peacebuilding.