Education in Emergencies (EiE) Data & Evidence Summit
INEE and partners are convening a summit on Education in Emergencies (EiE) Data & Evidence on 6-8 June 2023 in Geneva, (with virtual participation also possible).
The EiE Data & Evidence Summit will convene policy makers, ministries of education, data technical experts, researchers, practitioners, and donors to collectively strengthen the EiE data and evidence ecosystem as a key component of ensuring that crisis-affected populations have access to quality, inclusive, equitable, and safe education. Discussion will be grounded in a review of progress to date since the 2019 EiE Data Summit. Commitments, key actions, and proceedings from the event will be summarized in a Summit Report and an Action Agenda, which will directly inform the vision for prioritization and resourcing of activities and future data and evidence work.
- Critically examine the effectiveness of the existing data and evidence ecosystem, mechanisms and knowledge sharing platforms, as well as coordination across global, regional, and national levels in order to identify gaps and opportunities to improve the the ecosystem;
- Share promising practices, pathways and processes for generating, sharing, and using data and evidence to strengthen system resilience across the humanitarian-development nexus; and
- Collaborate with key stakeholders working to strengthen data and evidence on education for refugee, internally displaced, and host community children and youth at local, regional, and global levels.
This summit is a milestone in a three-year initiative led by INEE and Global Affairs Canada in partnership with the Geneva Global Hub, ECW, FCDO, IRC, NORRAG, UNESCO, UNHCR, and UNICEF to strengthen the EiE data & evidence ecosystem through the establishment of an EiE Data & Evidence Action Agenda and tracking of subsequent progress towards that agenda.
Format: This summit is primarily an in-person event. However, we understand that not everyone will be able to join us in person. We will be offering modified virtual participation for those who cannot join in person. If you are interested in attending virtually please rsvp below to receive a link to join.
Interpretation: Discussions will be held in English. We have done our best to accommodate interpretation needs. We will have French interpretation available for all sessions and Spanish, Arabic, and Somali available for select sessions based on participant need and interest. Interpretation available for each session is noted in the detailed agenda. Interpretation will be accessed online via the same links to join remotely. If you plan to use interpretation you will need either a computer or phone as well as headphones to listen. Interpretation will not be available in small breakout groups but we will do our best to connect language speakers for all to contribute.
Registration: To confirm your participation, please complete this online registration form.
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