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World Mental Health Day - Addressing Mental Health in Emergencies
The onset of meaningful community self-help and social support for the Rohingya people.
Anuncio de la Edición Especial de la JEiE sobre Educación y la Lucha contra las Drogas
Nos complace anunciar la publicación de la Revista de Educación en Situaciones de Emergencia (JEiE), volumen 6, número 1, Edición Especial sobre Educación y Lucha contra las Drogas!
Apresentação da Edição Especial sobre Educação e Guerra contra as Drogas da Revista sobre EeE
Esta edição inovadora examina como a educação não é apenas um espaço que tem sofrido consideráveis danos colaterais da guerra contra as drogas, mas também como as políticas e práticas educativas perpetuam e mantêm esta guerra de longa duração, transnacional e multifacetada.
Announcing JEiE Special Issue on Education and the War on Drugs
We are pleased to announce the publication of Journal on Education in Emergencies Volume 6, Number 1 – Special Issue on Education and the War on Drugs! It examines how education is not only a space that has suffered extensive collateral damage from the war on drugs, but also how education policies and practices perpetuate and sustain this long-running, transnational, and multifaceted war.
الإعلان عن إصدار خاص من مجلة التعليم في حالات الطوارئ حول التعليم والحرب على المخدرات
يسرُّنا إعلان نشر مجلة التعليم في حالات الطوارئ، المجلد 6، العدد 1، إصدار خاص حول التعليم و الحرب على المخدرات!
Understanding Lebanon's Deepening Education Crisis
The new Lebanon Education in Emergencies Data Snapshot, produced by the USAID Middle East Education Research, Training and Support (MEERS) program as part of a collection of data snapshots across Middle Eastern countries, documents the overall educational situation for refugees and factors related to the COVID-19 pandemic that bear on education provision in Lebanon.
Education as the weapon for the future: A qualitative study of education needs in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan
The people of the Nuba Mountains in Sudan have been under conflict for decades. This conflict has left the people of Nuba lacking many resources, including education support. Due to the nature of the conflict, access to the region is challenging. Still, the education organization, To Move Mountains, was able to conduct qualitative research with two communities within the conflict zone.
In their words: Teacher well-being amidst displacement and fragility in Uganda and South Sudan
This case study focuses on the research concerning teacher well-being. Many of the teachers have experienced displacement, either during previous conflicts in the region or during the current conflict.
Education levels among 8 and 9 year olds in the Nuba Mountains: Results of a Rapid Assessment Survey
Civil conflict has tremendous long-term effects on education among marginalized communities. This research is a descriptive analysis of literacy and numeracy rates among children 8 and 9 years old living in the war zone of the Nuba Mountains in Sudan.
Cameroon's Conflict Keep Schools Shut
Schoolchildren have become pawns in the fierce conflict between Cameroon's mainly French-speaking government and separatist fighters demanding independence for the country's English-speaking heartlands. The separatists are enforcing a lockdown across cities, towns and villages in the North-West and South-West regions to ensure schools remain shut for a fourth academic year in a row.