Launch of JEiE Special Issue on Early Childhood Development in Emergencies
We are pleased to invite you to join us for a webinar on the launch of a new issue of the Journal on Education in Emergencies!
[Webinar] Launch of JEiE Special Issue on Early Childhood Development in Emergencies
23 June 2021, 1-2:30pm UTC
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This webinar will be conducted in English with live captioning in English.
Marking the launch of JEiE’s special issue on early childhood development in emergencies, contributing authors, issue editors, and guest speakers will highlight efforts to address the needs of young children and families living in humanitarian situations, and what we have learned from these efforts. The articles featured in this publication examine ECD from multiple angles: education, child protection, health and nutrition, mental health and psychosocial support, and responsive caregiving.
- Heddy Lahmann, Senior Managing Editor, Journal on Education in Emergencies & International Education, New York University
- Dana Burde, Associate Professor and Director, International Education, New York University, & Editor-in-Chief, Journal on Education in Emergencies
- Jessica Hjarrand, Global Programme Manager - Early Childhood Development, Education in Emergencies, Porticus Foundation & representative for Moving Minds Alliance
- Sweta Shah, International ECD Consultant &
- Joan Lombardi, Senior Scholar, Center for Child and Human Development, Georgetown University
- Jonathan Seiden, PhD student at Harvard Graduate School of Education, presenting “Effects of Two Early Childhood Interventions on the Developmental Outcomes of Children in Post-Earthquake Nepal”
- Fabiola Lara, Senior Specialist on Early Childhood Care and Development at Save the Children, presenting “Building Resilience and Mitigating the Impact of Toxic Stress in Young Children: A Model for Transforming Parenting and Male Caregiving in El Salvador”
- Ayat Al Aqra, Early Childhood Development Manager for the Ahlan Simsim program in Jordan, and Katelin Swing Wilton, Senior Specialist in Early Childhood Development at International Rescue Committee, co-presenting “Home Visiting in the Middle East: Reflections on the Implementation of Reach Up and Learn”
- Samier Mansur, co-founder of LiveSafe mobile safety app and founder of No Limit Generation, presenting, “Accessible Strategies to Support Children’s Mental Health and Wellbeing in Emergencies: Experience from the Rohingya Refugee Camp”
- Dana Burde
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