Education in Fragility

The strikingly low share of international humanitarian funding allocated to education is not sufficient to support the unprecedented need of children in crisis contexts. As the average length of displacement increasingly exceeds the duration of a typical basic education cycle, business-as-usual approaches to Education in Emergencies (EiE) and funding have shown their limits. How do we ensure sufficient funding for EiE? Can we identify what works in EiE and develop an evidence-based approach to funding it?

Find below the most recent NORRAG content on the topic of Education in Fragility:    

News/ Events:

NORRAG selected as a member of INEE’s Education Policy Working Group

NORRAG Blog:

Beyond Armed Conflict and Emergency: the Role of Education and Training in Tackling Urban Violence by Jovana Carapic, and Luisa Phebo

Countering Violent Extremism – can Education and Vocational Training Play a Role? by Martine Zeuthen

“(Mis-)Educating the Ghettoes of our world” – is there a Collective Neglect of the Role of Education for Youth in Violent Cities Around the World? by Mieke Lopes Cardozo, Jovana Carapic and Joost Monks

Education amidst Fragility, Conflict and Violence by Stephen Commins

Education as a Stronghold? The Ambiguous Connections between Education, Resilience and Peacebuilding by Mieke T.A. Lopes Cardozo

Education in Conflict Emergencies in Light of the Post-2015 MDGS and EFA Agendas by Christopher Talbot

Education in Situations of Urban Violence: Examples from Latin America by Jovana Carapic and Luisa Phebo

How can Teachers be Supported to Provide Quality Learning in Emergency and Conflict Situations? The Experience of South Sudan by John J. Lujang Wani

Humanitarian Aid for Refugee Education: Why More is Needed by Aaron Benavot

International Geneva, Conflict and Peacebuilding: What Role for Education? by Mario Novelli

Lessons Learnt from 67 Years of UNWRA Support to the Education of Palestinian Refugees by Husein Abdul-Hamid

Moving on? The Impact of Education for Refugees in First Asylum Countries by Sarah Dryden-Peterson

Preventing Violent Extremism: What Role for Education and Training? by Laetitia Houlmann

Reflections from Geneva – Vocational Education in the Context of Violence Extremism By Tara Noronha

Refugees, Displaced Persons and Education: New Challenges for Development and Policy by Kenneth King

The Future of Innovative Financing for Education in Fragility by Christine Smith Ellison

The Global Partnership for Education and the Evolution of Engagement in Contexts of Conflict and Fragility by Francine Menashy

The Right to Education in Situations of Conflict-Affected and Fragile States – a Post-2015 Priority? By Mieke Lopes Cardozo and Ritesh Shah

The Role of Education in Preventing Urban Violence and Countering Violent Extremisms by Mario Novelli

Syria Donors Conference: A ‘Vision of Hope’ for the Next School Year? by Hiba Salem

10 Policy Disjunctures Undermining Education’s Potential to Contribute to Peacebuilding in Conflict Affected Contexts by Mario Novelli

Why the Syria Donors Conference Matters Globally by Hiba Salem

NORRAG and INEE Blog Stream on EiE:

Towards Evidence-Based Financing for Education in Emergencies

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