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Unpacking Radicalization Course 2020
This course looks into the concept of radicalization as well as other notions such as de-radicalization, extremist violence, PVE and CVE in relation to peacebuilding practice and discusses them through different case studies from the Global North and South. This course is designed for professionals who would like to improve their understanding of radicalization discourses and for practitioners and academics interested in complementing their own experiences with current conceptual insights and practical knowledge.
Gender, Conflict & Peacebuilding Course
War and conflict affect women, girls, men and boys in different ways, and yet a gender analysis is often absent from peacebuilding theories and processes. This course challenges participants to think critically about gender and its relevance to the development of lasting and sustainable peace.
High Level Symposium on Conflict Sensitive Education: Why and How?
This concept note summarises the aims and expected outcomes of the High Level Symposium on Conflict Sensitive Education, held on 8 April 2013 at UNESCO, Paris, France.
Capacity Development and Organizational Change: In Support of Conflict-Sensitive Education
This literature review was commissioned by ECCN as part of a larger research consultancy, undertaken in partnership with INEE, which aimed to better understand the process of building institutional capacity for conflict sensitive education (CSE) programming
INEE 2014 Annual Report
2014 was a busy year for the education in emergencies community, and INEE continued to carry out its mission of bringing together humanitarian and development actors, policymakers, researchers, donors, and individuals to ensure the right to education for all learners affected by crisis.
INEE Working Group on Education and Fragility Meeting Minutes
Minutes from the 2011-2014 bi-annual meetings of the INEE Working Group on Education and Fragility.
3 Steps for Working in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations (WFCS)
This manual was produced to provide hands-on guidance to staff and partners of development organisations that are working in FCS.
UNICEF Technical Note on Conflict Sensitivity and Peacebuilding
The note aims to support a more systematic approach in UNICEF to conflict sensitivity and peacebuilding.The note explains key concepts, offers tools and approaches, identifies entry points in UNICEF strategies, frameworks and programmes, and provides examples of UNICEF programmatic contributions in this area.
INEE 2012 Annual Report
2012 brought disruptions in education around the world: a major earthquake in Iran, Typhoon Bopha in the Philippines, the ongoing conflict and displacement in and around Syria, a war in Mali, famine in the wider Sahel and Hurricane Sandy bringing destruction to the Caribbean and the northeast United States, are only a few examples.