Humanitarian Action, Conflict Sensitivity and Peacebuilding through Education in South Sudan: Achievements, Challenges, and Lessons Learned
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This case study examines the role education can play and is playing in the conflict-induced humanitarian emergency in South Sudan. The study examines adjustments made by the Peacebuilding Education and Advocacy (PBEA) programme in response to the humanitarian crisis following 15 December 2015, including the role of education for the internally displaced population (IDP) camps […]

Webinar! Measuring Peacebuilding Education and Advocacy with the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
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The Education for Peacebuilding M&E Community on DME for Peace was pleased to host a discussion on, Measuring Peacebuilding Education and Advocacy, Strategic Level Results and Beyond on Tuesday October 27, 2015. With support from UNICEF Learning for Peace Program, The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI) is conducting a series of knowledge, attitude, and perception (KAP) surveys to […]

New proposed indicators to monitor the post-2015 education framework

This post was originally published on May 13th, 2015 by Albert Motivans, Head of Education Statistics, UNESCO Institute for Statistics and Manos Antoninis, Senior Policy Analyst, Education for All Global Monitoring Report (EFAGMR) on the EFAGMR: World Education Blog.  The post-2015 sustainable development agenda, including the education goal, has received praise for its ambitious and universal […]

Education for Safety, Resilience and Social Cohesion Resource Library

Education for Safety, Resilience and Social Cohesion is a collaborative programme between the Protect Education in Insecurity and Conflict (PEIC) Programme and UNESCO’s International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) and International Bureau of Education (IBE). The programme aims to strengthen education systems such that they can better withstand and prevent shocks from disasters, insecurity or conflicts. […]

Reflecting on Conflict Sensitivity
April 13, 2015
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Reflecting on Conflict Sensitivity: an introduction to the International Network for Education in Emergencies’ (INEE) Reflection Tool for Designing and Implementing Conflict Sensitive Education Programmes in Conflict-Affected and Fragile Contexts.  Education and conflict have a complex, deeply connected relationship. Conflict can disrupt educational systems, as has been the case in many contexts[1], and education itself can be […]

(RE-)Assessing Resilience: Back to Design
March 24, 2015

This week, Education for Peacebuilding M&E would like to introduce one of the resources available to the community; Assessing Resilience: Why Quantification Misses the Point by Simon Levine of the Overseas Development Institute. Resilience in Education for Peacebuilding may be defined as “the ability of children, communities and systems to anticipate, prevent, withstand, adapt to […]

Integrating Conflict and Fragility Analysis into the Education System Analysis Guidelines: A Proposed Companion Guide
February 19, 2015

Integrating Conflict and Fragility Analysis into the Education System Analysis Guidelines: A Proposed Companion Guide Research has shown that education can contribute to conflict and fragility. How can we ensure education is delivered in a way that does no harm? What do we need to know about the context, the drivers of conflict, the actors and the […]

Assessing Resilience: Why Quantification Misses the Point
August 19, 2014

In recent years, ‘resilience’ has been used to encompass a vast range of issues, from sustainable development and food security, to adaptation to climate change and the need to give greater priority to addressing vulnerability. This wide appeal has within it the seeds of confusion – how to combine such varied interests, and how to […]

Mainstreaming Peace Education: Methodologies, Approaches and Visions
August 4, 2014
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This manual presents the Learning Partnership’s conclusions on peace education for practitioners of non-formal adult education. It does so by presenting a concept of peace education, setting out a strategic approach to mainstreaming peace education and giving examples of projects and initiatives that have applied peace education practices in different European countries. In this way […]

Reflections on the Education for Peacebuilding: Capturing Results for the Post-2015 Landscape Event
July 18, 2014
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On July 7, Search for Common Ground hosted a brownbag on capturing results in the field of education for peacebuilding. Here were some key takeaways of the event:  Just like a double-edged sword, education can be a force for violence as well as peace. Efforts by international organizations and governments to tap into the peacebuilding […]