Mokoro, the UK-based international development consultancy, will hold a seminar about education in emergencies that focuses on how peace and conflict affect social cohesion. The seminar will take place on June 21, in Oxford, and will bring together a varied group of practitioners and researchers who will discuss case studies and consider broader developments in the field.
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Please join the AEWG in collaboration with Save the Children for a webinar hosted by INEE on Tuesday 11th June: Accelerated Education Programming: Experiences from Uganda.
For more details and to join please see the link below:
ECCN is pleased to present a pre-conference workshop: Using the Rapid Education and Risk Analysis (RERA) Toolkit and Safer Learning Environments Assessment (SLE) Toolkit in Crisis and Conflict Contexts. Join ECCN Senior Advisor Jim Rogan and ECCN Research Manager Gwen Heaner along with other interested researchers and practitioners to learn about how these two situation analysis and assessment tools can be of critical importance to understanding crisis and conflict-affected contexts and improving education policies and programs. Learn more here.
In collaboration with INEE’s task team, ECCN is pleased to announce the launch of the ICT Checklist for Education in Crisis and Conflict.
Get a first look at this informative checklist, learn all the details and how it might apply to your work, and engage in a Q&A session by joining our webcast on Wednesday, August 29 from 9 – 10 a.m. (EDT). RSVP requested.