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JEiE Special Issue on Education and the War on Drugs Launch
Marking the launch of JEiE’s latest publication, a groundbreaking special issue on education and the war on drugs, the panelists examined how education is not only a site of extensive collateral damage produced by the war on drugs but also how education policies and practices perpetuate and sustain this long-running, transnational, multifaceted war.
Colombia’s Education Crisis: Results from a Learning Assessment of Colombian and Venezuelan Children
IRC conducted a learning assessment in the city of Cúcuta to better understand these challenges and shine a light on children’s needs. This brief will discuss several of the key findings from this assessment to illustrate the extent to which schooling, or lack thereof, is impacting children’s outcomes in Colombia.
Stories: Supporting Girls in their Pursuit of Education - Stories' from the Girls Education Challenge - Kenya & Uganda
These stories of three girls and their pursuit of educaiton in Uganda and Kenya were collected as part of INEE's 20th Anniversary commemoration to highlight how education in the midst of crisis and upheaval has made a difference for our members and those they work with (learners, youth, teachers, caregivers, etc.).
Field Note: Catalyst: Expanding Harm-Reduction Education and Youth Participation in the Context of the War on Drugs
Author Theo Di Castri argues for an innovative harm-reduction curriculum that engages youth at the frontlines of the war on drugs in transformative and sustainable grassroots action.
Book Review: Political Socialization of Youth: A Palestinian Case Study by Janette Habashi
In this review of Political Socialization of Youth: A Palestinian Case Study by Janette Habashi, Jo Kelcey discusses the harm done by ignoring oppression within education structures while building interventions.
A Fair Share for Children: Preventing the Loss of a Generation to COVID-19
As this report makes clear, it is not just COVID-19 that is exacerbating global inequality; the world’s unjust economic response to COVID-19 will deepen global inequality for at least a generation. The most marginalised and vulnerable have been left to fend for themselves and millions of children will pay the price with their lives, unless we act now.
Becoming an Adult in Internal Displacement
The report is intended to raise awareness on the need to include young IDPs in plans to prevent and respond to displacement, to ensure adequate support for all, and to make the most of the resilience and resources young people can display under such circumstances.
Psychosocial Wellbeing of Girls and Boys Post Beirut Explosion
To capture the impact of the Beirut explosion on children's psychosocial wellbeing and highlight perceived trends, experiences, priorities and coping mechanisms of children and parents in the aftermath of the event, Plan International Lebanon and Right to Play conducted this joint qualitative assessment of children’s behaviour during PSS sessions and interviews with parents.
PlayMatters at Home- Emergency Materials
As PlayMatters’ interventions were still in nascent stages of development when the COVID-19 pandemic forced school closures around the world, including in East Africa, the consortium quickly pivoted to develop a family-friendly home learning program to help caregivers engage their children in educational play.
The Hidden Impact of COVID-19 on Children's Education
Save the Children launched a global research study to generate rigorous evidence on how the COVID-19 pandemic and measures implemented to mitigate it are impacting children’s health, nutrition, learning, wellbeing, protection, family finances and poverty and to identify children’s and their families’ needs during these times.