Editorial Note: Journal on Education in Emergencies Volume 8, Number 1

In this editorial note, JEiE Editor-in-Chief Dana Burde and Senior Managing Editor Heddy Lahmann highlight the groundbreaking contributions the authors featured in this issue make to EiE processes and content. These authors have collaborated across sectors and drawn from the collective experience of their work in EiE implementation, policymaking, and research. They apply rigorous methodologies to urgent practical questions in the EiE field and, in so doing, advance efforts to prioritize equity, representation, and social justice in setting research agendas, producing knowledge, and disseminating evidence. This issue of JEiE offers actionable descriptive and exploratory data for addressing fundamental dilemmas in EiE, including the impact conflict has on education, programming for out-of-school children, learning outcomes for vulnerable youth, sustainable peacebuilding and development, and more. 

DOI: https://doi.org/10.33682/qhfg-y76h

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Journal Article


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Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE)

Authored by

Dana Burde and Heddy Lahmann


Humanitarian Sectors - Education
Research and Evidence