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Elevating Education in Emergencies: Securing Uninterrupted Learning for Crises-affected Children
Featuring experienced speakers from diverse contexts and institutions, the final instalment in this series will unpack practical examples, research findings and recommendations to move beyond a conceptual discussion on the humanitarian–development nexus to outline what can be done in practice – including through coordination – to meet the education rights of children. Through this, the event will explore how the nexus can be leveraged to ensure uninterrupted learning for affected children and youth in crises contexts, including where existing crises are compounded by COVID-19.
Academic Learning and PSS and SEL Measurement and Assessment Tools in EiE
In this webinar, INEE discussed two mapping exercises to facilitate shared understanding and alignment of quality and equitable learning outcomes across the education in emergencies sector and across the humanitarian-development nexus.
OECD International Development Statistics
The OECD provides data on various aid flows and commitments, including official development assistance (ODA), private aid, and other resources. Data can compare sources and sectors (including education) at yearly intervals.
INEE Global Meet-Ups, November 2019
INEE Meet-Ups are informal gatherings in all corners of the globe where INEE members and others can network, share experiences, and discuss relevant topics. All people and all themes are welcome! Dates: 10-24 November 2019
Perspectives on Humanitarian Development Coherence in Education
This webcast will highlight the importance of humanitarian development coherence in education, provide an important framework for planning, applying and monitoring coherence in the education domain, and provide examples from U.S. Government programming.
UNDP Human Development Data
The statistics section of the Human Development Report Office website provides data from the Human Development Report (HDR) and resources to help you better understand these data. Users can download the latest human development trends by various indicators such as education, years of schooling, expenditure on education, and many more.
“What I Believe Can Rescue That Nation” : Diaspora Working to Transform Education in Fragility and Conflict
This study examines diaspora’s engagement in education development work in their fragile and conflict-affected countries of origin. Through analysis of 28 in-depth interviews with diaspora from four countries, we discuss diasporas’ motivations to engage, activities of engagement, and factors that enable or constrain it.
Summary Guidance on Risk, Resilience and Linking Humanitarian and Development Programming
This Guide is a summary based on the UNICEF Guidance for Risk-Informed Programming (GRIP), with some updates, and is for use by UNICEF staff in support of partners.
Book Review: The Outcast Majority: War, Development, and Youth in Africa by Marc Sommers
Anthropologist Marc Sommers has spent decades thinking and writing about youth in Africa, frequently while working as a consultant for government and NGO clients. In The Outcast Majority, Marc Sommers has written a career-summarizing book. The book details the vast gap between outcast youth in war-affected Africa and the international development enterprise.