Resources

A dynamic database of resources relevant to education in emergencies. Scroll or filter to find specific resources. Submit resources to be added to the database using the Upload a Resource form (login required).

To request hardcopies of some INEE materials, please click here.

Looking for resources on various cross-cutting topics and the INEE Minimum Standards, visit Collections and the EiE Toolkit.

2621 results found
Sort by
Report

The Great Disconnect: How remote learning in Iraq is leaving the most vulnerable further behind

Published by
Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)
Published
Arabic
English

Seven months after schools shut down due to Covid-19, re-opening dates in Iraq remain unclear and classes limited to certain grades. Millions of children are expected to start the new academic year exclusively through distance-learning programs, at least for the upcoming semester and with a few exceptions.

Manual/Handbook/Guide

Distance Learning: A guide to playful distance learning - online and offline

Published by
LEGO Foundation
Published
English

The LEGO Foundation Distance Learning Guide offers ideas, evidence and links to useful resources and learning communities, to help you make children’s distance learning more playful, engaging, joyful and effective, whether children are learning online or offline.

Policy Brief

COVID-19 and the Global Education Emergency: Planning Systems for Recovery and Resilience

Published
Arabic
English

This brief recommends crisis-sensitive educational planning with a strong equity focus to ensure education continuity, predicated on comprehensive health measures. It suggests actions for the G20 countries and donors to rebuild and support resilient education systems, moving from first response to recovery.

Report

A Fair Share for Children: Preventing the Loss of a Generation to COVID-19

Published
English

As this report makes clear, it is not just COVID-19 that is exacerbating global inequality; the world’s unjust economic response to COVID-19 will deepen global inequality for at least a generation. The most marginalised and vulnerable have been left to fend for themselves and millions of children will pay the price with their lives, unless we act now.

Report

Becoming an Adult in Internal Displacement

Published by
Plan International
Published
English

The report is intended to raise awareness on the need to include young IDPs in plans to prevent and respond to displacement, to ensure adequate support for all, and to make the most of the resilience and resources young people can display under such circumstances.

Report

Psychosocial Wellbeing of Girls and Boys Post Beirut Explosion

Published by
Plan International
Right To Play
Published
English

To capture the impact of the Beirut explosion on children's psychosocial wellbeing and highlight perceived trends, experiences, priorities and coping mechanisms of children and parents in the aftermath of the event, Plan International Lebanon and Right to Play conducted this joint qualitative assessment of children’s behaviour during PSS sessions and interviews with parents.

Training Materials

Ready to Come Back: Teacher Preparedness Training Package

Published by
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Published
English

This Training Package aims to address the immediate emerging needs for health and safety measures, learning loss, and mental health and well-being in schools and classrooms. The information presented here is developed for educators, teachers and education staff across the Middle East and North Africa region in mind, but can be easily adapted to any context.

Report

Emerging lessons from country experiences in managing the process of reopening schools

Published by
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Office (UNESCO)
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
World Bank
World Food Programme (WFP)
Published
English

As more countries move in that direction, lessons are beginning to emerge on what is working. These emerging lessons are summarized below and highlighting country examples. Sharing these lessons as they develop can help countries strengthen their reopening plans, and ultimately improve the chances of a successful and safer return to in-person learning for all children.