How We Work
To achieve the goal of enabling quality, safe, and relevant education for all in emergencies and crisis contexts, INEE works through various network spaces and initiatives described below.
Formalized structures which help develop and promote specific work within INEE. Participation in Working Groups is on an institutional basis with individual representatives for each agency.
Composed of working group members and have a focus on specific thematic areas.
- Data and Evidence Collaborative
- PSS-SEL Collaborative
- Teachers in Crisis Contexts (TiCC) Collaborative
Convened for specific topics needing expert input or guidance.
- Girls Education in Emergencies Reference Group
- PSS-SEL Framework Reference Group
- Measurement Library Reference Group
- Distance Education Reference Group
- Reference Group on EiE Data
- Teacher Wellbeing Toolkit Reference Group
Semi-formal structures that allow individual members to work collectively on specific areas of interest, advocating for key thematic issues and collaboratively developing tools and resources.
- Adolescents and Youth
- Early Childhood Development
- Inclusive Education
Areas of work on key EiE thematic topics through network spaces and specific projects
- Child Protection
- Distance Education
Groups that seek to expand and share access to resources, tools, and experience in non-English working languages, namely Arabic, French, Portuguese, and Spanish.
- Arabic Language Community - مجتمع اللغة العربيه
- French Language Community - Communauté de langue français
- Portuguese Language Community - Comunidade de Língua Portuguesa
- Spanish Language Community - Comunidad Hispana
- Competency Framework
- MS Trainings
Key reference persons at country level, tasked to support networking and communication, particularly through the facilitation of information exchange among INEE members. The CFPs have a wide range of backgrounds and areas of expertise, and have demonstrated a commitment to education in emergencies work, and to promoting the values, priorities, and activities of INEE.
Community of Practice
In Q2 of 2021, INEE will launch a new Community of Practice (CoP) for INEE members, an online platform to facilitate the exchange of resources and experience through both moderated and peer-to-peer modalities in any INEE language.
INEE Meet-Ups are open and informal gatherings in all corners of the globe where INEE members and others can network, share experiences, and discuss relevant topics.
The JEiE publishes groundbreaking and outstanding scholarly and practitioner work on EiE, defined broadly as quality learning opportunities for all ages in situations of crisis, including early childhood development, primary, secondary, non-formal, technical, vocational, higher and adult education.
Participation in INEE activities is entirely voluntary. INEE does not compensate members for their time, nor does it reimburse organizations for their contributions.