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INEE 2019 Annual Report

Published by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Published

We are pleased to share with you, in this INEE 2019 Annual Report, a summary of the network’s many activities and accomplishments, which are organized by INEE’s four strategic priorities and six primary functions: community building, convening, knowledge management, amplifying and advocating, facilitating and learning, and providing.

Report

Protect a Generation: The impact of COVID-19 on children's lives

Published by
Save the Children
Published
English

Save the Children carried out a global survey of children and their parents or caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic, to find out the impact that the pandemic is having on their access to healthcare, their education, their family finances and their safety, and to hear from children themselves on these topics.

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Learning for uncertain futures: the role of textbooks, curriculum, and pedagogy

Published by
United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Office (UNESCO)
Published
English

This paper argues that textbooks and pedagogy represent potentially transformative strategies to restructure
young people’s learning and expand their social and emotional capacities as they make the journey to
adulthood.

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Coming Together for Refugee Education

Published by
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
Published
English

This report, the fifth annual education report from UNHCR, predicts that unless the international community takes immediate and bold steps against the catastrophic effects of COVID-19 on refugee education, the potential of millions of young refugees living in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities will be further threatened.

Presentation

COVID-19: Solutions for pre-primary education

Published by
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Published
English

The discussion focused on early childhood development in humanitarian settings, zooming in on education for children aged three to six. Panelists offered a framing of the global pre-primary education landscape and shared insights into innovative examples from the field of supporting young children’s learning at home during the pandemic.

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Stressed

Published by
Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)
Published
English

Special report: An NRC investigation finds that the fear of Covid-19 is leading to an alarming rise in stress levels amongst refugee and displaced children in the Middle East.

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COVID-19 Aftershocks: Access Denied

Published by
World Vision
Published
English

This report spotlights one particular vulnerability that is known to be exacerbated by school closures in times of crisis and risks the continued education of vulnerable children: teenage pregnancy, which threatens to block a million girls across Sub-Saharan Africa from returning to school.

Presentation

Weighing the risks: School closure and reopening during COVID-19

Published by
Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action
Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)
Published
English

This web event focused on the impact of school closure and reopening on children and young people’s protection and education, as well as the impact on COVID-19 transmission. The webinar highlighted the recent policy paper by INEE and The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action.

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Protection beyond reach: State of play of refugee and migrant children's rights in Europe

Published by
Save the Children
Published
English

With this report, Save the Children aims to assess how children have been affected since the beginning of the so-called ‘refugee crisis’. We look at five key themes: protection at Europe’s outer borders; immigration detention; access to asylum and residency; family reunification; and guardianship.