This survey is part of research commissioned by the Geneva Global Hub for Education in Emergencies (EiE Hub). The EiE Hub publishes an annual flagship report reflecting its mission to support better data and evidence, as well as its mandate to drive political will, commitment, and agenda-setting with governments and partners. Recognizing the critical nature of the climate crisis, which threatens children and youth’s right to education, particularly in crisis settings, the EiE Hub has commissioned its 2023 report on the interplay between climate change and education in emergencies (EiE).
We value the perspectives of teachers like you, as you play a crucial role in addressing these pressing issues. By participating in this survey, you can contribute to shaping policies and initiatives to effectively tackle challenges. Your insights will be used to advocate for better support, funding, and resources for EiE and climate action, including ahead of COP28 and the Global Refugee Forum. Your participation will amplify the voice of teachers, ensuring that education is a priority on the international agenda.
Note that all responses to this survey are anonymous. No personal information will be collected.
A huge ‘Thank You’ for filling in the survey before Friday 14 July 2023. It should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.