Location: Online consultation
The INEE Secretariat is organising global consultations on education in emergencies on 14-26 May, a great opportunity for you to add your voices to important discussions about how to better support and finance education in emergencies, including a possible global humanitarian fund for education in emergencies.
The Overseas Development Institute (ODI) has drafted an issues paper Education in Emergencies and Protracted Crisis: Towards a strengthened response that will influence the Oslo Summit on Education for Development discussions on 6-7 July. This ODI paper will be used as the basis for a virtual global consultation via the INEE website from May 14-26. At the same time, there will be a series of face-to-face consultations organised by partners around key questions identified in the ODI paper. These face-to-face consultations will target a wide range of groups, and consultations are already planned for the World Education Forum in Korea and elsewhere.
Please visit the INEE webpage on the consultation process for more detailed information.
Ultimately, inputs from both the virtual and face-to-face consultations will be analysed and used to revise the ODI paper on education in emergencies. A summary of consultation findings will be published on the INEE website in mid-June, and the revised ODI paper will be made widely available and will influence the discussions at the Oslo Summit in early July.
INEE and the Global Education Cluster would like to encourage you to participate in this online consultation that aims to ensure better support and financing fr education in emergencies. Also, if you are interested in facilitating your own face-to-face consultation during 14-26 May, the INEE Secretariat is developing a user-friendly facilitator’s guide with talking points and a template to aid in organizing and facilitating such a consultation; please contact email@example.com for more information.