Launch of the INEE Teacher Wellbeing Guidance Note

Organized by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
1 June 2022, 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS)
Teacher Wellbeing

INEE is pleased to share the recording of the launch of INEE's Guidance Note: Teacher Wellbeing in Emergency Settings.

This publication is part of a larger project funded by Education Cannot Wait, to develop a Teacher Wellbeing Toolkit in order to support EiE practitioners to meet the needs of teachers in their local context.

This INEE Minimum Standards-aligned Guidance Note is an opportunity to put teacher wellbeing at the center of our response and recovery efforts in conflict and crisis affected settings. Not just because an investment in teachers is an investment in children and adolescents, but because at this moment in history teachers deserve our unparalleled attention as an end unto itself.

Webinar Recording and Presentation

We invite you to engage in this session by learning about the development and content of the Guidance Note and participating in a Q&A discussion with our panelists:

  • Abla Assaf, Education Technical Officer - Palestine, Norwegian Refugee Council
  • Amy Parker, Learning through Play Programme Lead, Save the Children Denmark  and former TiCC co-chair
  • Chris Henderson, Co-Chair, Teachers in Crisis Contexts Collaborative, INEE and Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Julia Finder Johna, Senior Education Advisor on Education in Crisis and Conflict at USAID and PSS-SEL Collaborative co-chair
  • Jwalin Patel (PhD), President, Together In Development & Education Foundation
  • Nikhit D'Sa, Ed.D. Assistant Professor and Senior Associate Director of Research, Global Center for the Development of the Whole Child
  • Raksha Sule, Education Program Manager (Myanmar), People In Need
  • Samaya Mansour, PhD Student, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Sophia D’Angelo, PhD, Independent Consultant