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UNHCR Report: Coronavirus a dire threat to refugee education – half of the world’s refugee children out of school
In a report released today, titled “Coming Together for Refugee Education,” UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, predicts that unless immediate and bold action is taken by the international community to beat back the catastrophic effects of COVID-19 on refugee education, the potential of millions of young refugees living in some of the world’s most vulnera
Peser les risques : Fermeture et réouverture des établissements scolaires dans le cadre de la COVID-19
Le webinaire mettra en lumière le récent document d'orientation de l'INEE et de l'Alliance pour la protection de l'enfance dans l'action humanitaire.
Protect a Generation: The impact of COVID-19 on children's lives
Save the Children carried out a global survey of children and their parents or caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic, to find out the impact that the pandemic is having on their access to healthcare, their education, their family finances and their safety, and to hear from children themselves on these topics.
Weighing the risks: School closure and reopening during COVID-19
This web event focused on the impact of school closure and reopening on children and young people’s protection and education, as well as the impact on COVID-19 transmission. The webinar highlighted the recent policy paper by INEE and The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action.
Should We Reopen Schools? A Child-Centered Position for Uganda
The government of Uganda has imposed a lockdown as a pre-emptive measure to control the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Even with a gradual, phased return, the majority of Uganda’s youth remain in their homes. This has meant missed learning opportunities and led to a rise in rates of violence against children (VAC) in their homes and communities.
PNA-EeE Marco de Colaboración
El Marco apoya la colaboración predecible y coherente de los equipos de coordinación de Educación y PP en todo el HPC para lograr respuestas humanitarias eficientes, efectivas y responsables.
Education in Emergencies - Child Protection Collaboration Framework
The CP-EiE Collaboration framework supports Education and CP coordination teams’ predictable and coherent collaboration throughout the Humanitarian Programme Cycle (HPC). At each step of the HPC, it provides steps to strengthen CP-EiE collaboration, promising collaboration practices from country coordination groups, and tools and resources to support collaboration.
Cadre de collaboration d'ESU-PE
Le cadre soutient la collaboration prévisible et cohérente des équipes de coordination de l'éducation et du programme de pays tout au long du CHP pour parvenir à des réponses humanitaires efficaces, efficaces et responsables.
Protecting Children from Violence in the Time of COVID-19: Disruptions in prevention and response services
As daily lives and communities are upended by COVID-19, concern is mounting that children’s exposure to violence may increase. Children with a history of abuse may find themselves even more vulnerable, both at home and online, and may experience more frequent and severe acts of violence. This publication documents what has happened to such services across the world.
Weighing up the risks: School closure and reopening under COVID-19
A policy paper from The Alliance and INEE calls on governments to do holistic analysis of the impact on the wellbeing of children and young people, with a focus on the impact on educational outcomes and the child protection risks that are engendered by school closures.