INEE 2014 Global Consultation

Since its inception in 2000, INEE has held regular “global consultations” -- network-wide activities held every 4-5 years at which members come together for joint review of the network’s mandate and vision. The last Global Consultation took place in April 2009 in Istanbul, with approximately 250 people in attendance.

Starting in January 2014, INEE will undertake a year-long global consultation process to develop a network-wide vision of Education in Emergencies for 2015 and beyond.

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Why an INEE Global Consultation in 2014?

The world will have new global development goals from 2015. Regardless of how education is included in the new development goals, we will continue to ensure the right to education in crises and emergencies. To do that, the education in emergencies (EiE) community needs to develop a clear and consensus-driven vision for our work from 2015.

What will the 2014 Global Consultation achieve?

  • A joint, pluralistic vision for achieving the right to education in crisis from 2015.
  • A stronger, empowered membership.
  • Higher visibility for education in emergencies.
  • A network-wide strategic plan that incorporates local, national, and regional priorities and objectives.

What will the 2014 Global Consultation look like?

A. Online engagement

  • Participate in online surveys
  • Feed back virtually during and after face-to-face events
  • Participate live in virtual consultations

B. Face-to-face events:

  • Host and organize consultative events in your town, country, region or agency
  • Participate in a consultation event near you to have your voice heard
  • Organize and/or participate in an INEE Meet-Up focused on the 2014 Global Consultation

What is the timeline of the 2014 Global Consultation?

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Materials and Resources

  • Fact Sheet: explains the purpose and format of the consultative events and includes information for organizers
  • Organizer Tip Sheet: provides additional guidance for hosts/organizers of consultative events as they plan and facilitate these events.
  • Situational Analysis: overview of the state of the field of education in emergencies based on findings from the February 2014 survey to the INEE membership. The situational analysis can be shared at events as a starting point for discussions.
  • Consultative events will follow a Consultation Template as a common framework for discussions at events held around the world


On behalf of INEE, we would like to thank the following individuals and participants for taking part in the 2014 Global Consultation consultative events. We appreciate your time and commitment to INEE. Your feedback will be used to develop a network-wide vision for Education in Emergencies for 2015 and beyond.

  • Argentina, Buenos Aires
  • Argentina, Mendoza
  • Australia, Melbourne
  • Australia, Sydney
  • Bangladesh, Dhaka
  • Bolivia, Cochababamba
  • Brazil, Rio de Janeiro
  • Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou
  • Burundi, Bujumbura
  • Chile, Santiago
  • Comoros
  • Cote d’Ivoire, Abidjan
  • Democratic Republic of Congo, Bukavu
  • Democratic Republic of Congo, Kinshasa
  • Democratic Republic of Congo,  Lubumbashi
  • Democratic Republic of Congo, Uvira
  • Ethiopia, Addis Ababa
  • Gaza Strip
  • Ghana, Tamale
  • Guatemala
  • Haiti, Port-au-Prince
  • India,Tumkar
  • Indonesia, Jakarta
  • Iraq, Diwaniyah
  • Jordan, Amman
  • Kenya,  Eldoret
  • Kenya, Nairobi
  • Liberia, Monrovia
  • Malaysia, Palua Pinang
  • Morocco, Laayone
  • Myanmar, Yangon
  • Netherlands, Amsterdam
  • Nigeria, Jalingo
  • Nigeria, Makurdi
  • Norway, Oslo
  • Pakistan, District Kharan
  • Pakistan, Gilgit- Baltistan
  • Pakistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Pakistan, Islamabad
  • Pakistan, Lahore/Islamabad
  • Pakistan, Peshawar
  • Pakistan,  Sindh
  • Panama, Ciudad de Panama
  • Peru, Lima
  • Philippines, Tacloban
  • Portugal, Viana do Castelo
  • Puntland State of Somalia, Garowe
  • Rwanda, Gatsibo
  • Senegal, Dakar
  • Somalia, Mogadishu
  • South Sudan, Juba
  • Sri Lanka, Colombo
  • Sri Lanka, Kandy
  • Syria, Damascus
  • Switzerland, Geneva
  • Turkey, Antakya
  • Togo, Lome
  • Uganda, Kampala
  • UK, London
  • USA, Madison Wisconsin
  • USA, New York City
  • USA, Washington, DC