INEE produces podcasts on a number of thematic topics. You can listen to the podcasts and view the show notes and supporting materials by visiting the podcast webpages listed below. All INEE podcasts are available on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, Audible, and most other podcast platforms.
Educate Us! Women and Girls on Learning in Humanitarian Crises is an INEE podcast series about women’s and girls’ education in humanitarian crises. The series features a range of stories and perspectives on women’s and girls’ education in emergencies, and explores the gains made in girls’ education and the slip backwards caused by the pandemic. Episodes center on the unique challenges and opportunities women and girls experience while living and learning in humanitarian contexts. This series is a broad and intimate invitation for listeners to hear the stories behind the statistics, from the women and girls who live them.
Reimagining Education: Distance Education in Humanitarian Settings is an INEE interview series featuring a range of perspectives on distance education in crisis-affected contexts, as presented by teachers, implementing actors, donors, and academics delivering distance education interventions in crisis contexts. Some episodes present real-life examples and solutions, while others focus on theoretical concepts about distance education in humanitarian settings. Each interview highlights the unique contributions of those working on the ground and the challenges they face. As the COVID-19 pandemic forces education actors to reorganize delivery mechanisms, this series shares the perspectives of those responding to changing needs.
Behind the Pages is a podcast from the INEE-NYU Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE), the first and only peer-reviewed journal dedicated in its entirety to scholarly and practitioner work on education in emergencies. Behind the Pages features interviews with JEiE authors about innovative approaches and the progress and challenges of delivering education to some of the world's most underrepresented populations. These dynamic and timely conversations complement the research and fieldwork examined in JEiE and allow JEiE authors to highlight insights, anecdotes, and memorable moments from their work that did not make it onto the pages of the journal.