Launch of JEiE Special Issue on Gender in Education in Emergencies

This event marked the launch of Journal on Education in Emergencies Special Issue on Gender in Education in Emergencies which provides a snapshot of the new evidence on gender-based violence as experienced by students in high-, middle-, and low-income countries; explores the intersection of race, gender, and displacement as refugee students encounter new learning environments; and interrogate gaps between boys and girls in education access and the learning they reported achieving during the school closures and lockdowns related to COVID-19.

Webinar Recording

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Moderator:

  • Heddy Lahmann, Senior Managing Editor and Program Director, Journal on Education in Emergencies & International Education, New York University

Introductory Remarks:

  • Dana Burde, Associate Professor and Director, International Education, New York University, & Editor-in-Chief, Journal on Education in Emergencies

Welcome Message:

  • Representative of the Global Affairs Canada

Opening Statement:

  • Ruth Naylor & Julia Dicum, Special Issue Editors

Panelists:

  • Kathy Bickmore, PhD, Professor at University of Toronto and William Lyon Mackenzie King Visiting Professor at Harvard University
  • Nicola Jones, PhD, Principal Research Fellow at the Overseas Development Institute
  • Nicole Dulieu, Senior Director of Evidence and Learning at Save the Children
  • Flora Cohen, PhD student at the Washington University Brown School of Social Work
  • Shelby Carvalho, doctoral candidate and instructor at Harvard University
  • Abdul Badi Sayibu, monitoring and evaluation professional in the international development sector

Closing:

  • Dana Burde

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Resource Info

Resource Type

INEE Webinar

Published

Published by

Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE), Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE)

Topic(s)

Gender
Research and Evidence