below you can find selected tools
View resources to support education in emergencies coordination during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Indicative Guidance for the establishment and management of co-leadership arrangements at the country level.
This framing paper discusses why education is critical, in that it provides essential protection, dignity and development of children and youth in crisis
Syria is one of the most heavily affected countries by attacks on education.In Syria, schools arebombed, damaged, looted and destroyed on a regular basis, many places of learning are now deserted as children and teachers flee to safety.Since the conflict began, more than 4,200 schoolshave been…
2016 was a year of great significance for the field of Education in Emergencies(EiE), and no less can be said for the Global Education Cluster(GEC). As the GEC moves into this new period, with an exciting global team full of experience and new faces, it does so with a strategic vision that reflects…
"Example of an Education Cluster Advocacy Design Tool "
A monitoring report on the impact of attacks on Syrian schools by the Southern Turkey Education Cluster (Syria response)
Under the 2015-2019 Strategic Plan, the Education Cluster Unit (ECU) produced quarterly updates to report on progress against the objectives and activities in the work plan, and highlights key upcoming events and training opportunities in the next quarter.
This document offers a synthesis of key information to advocate for education to be part of a humanitarian response: the rationale for EiE, the benefits of providing education, the risks to out of school children, how education strengthens other sectors