Launching Mind the Gap 2: Safe and Sustainable Solutions for Girl’s Education in Crises
The INEE Reference Group on Girls’ Education in Emergencies is pleased to invite you to the virtual launch event for the Mind the Gap 2 report and Closing the Gap 2 policy paper on women’s and girls’ education in crisis and conflict.
This virtual event will provide an overview of the context, purpose, key findings, and recommendations from the Mind the Gap 2 report and Closing the Gap 2 policy paper. The event will also feature case study presentations on promising practices in gender-responsive education in emergencies, including community learning kiosks in the Philippines, support for survivors of gender-based violence in the DRC, and building climate resilient schools in Zimbabwe.
- Ruth Naylor, Education Development Trust
- Kate Sims, Education Development Trust
- Ella Page, Education Development Trust
- Aries Tizon, Plan International
- Nancy Del Col, World Vision Canada
- Ellen Chigwanda, CARE
- Lauren Gerken, INEE
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