Curriculum, Life Skills and Peacebuilding Education – Promoting Equity and Peacebuilding in South Sudan: Results & Lessons Learned

The challenges facing South Sudan have become acute since the outbreak of civil war in mid-December 2013, which has compounded existing patterns of pressures for violence in the country. The study will look at the challenges to peacebuilding through education, and how in this context resilient communities can be forged through PBEA pilot interventions. When […]

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 […]

Club Messengers for Peace
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The decade long civil war in Côte d’Ivoire and the aggravated political crisis brought on by the 2010 Presidential Elections left deep divisions within the West African nation. These deep divisions led many youth to join rebel or militia movements in order to secure their livelihoods  and escape negative socioeconomic circumstances. Many of these movements were influenced […]

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. […]

Exploring Developmental Evaluation in UNICEF’s PBEA Program
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On March 19, 2015 the Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation and the Peacebuilding Evaluation Consortium were pleased to have hosted a Thursday Talk with Bosun Jang, Monitoring & Evaluation Officer of the UNICEF Peacebuilding, Education, and Advocacy (PBEA) Program, and Dr. Ann Doucette, director of the Midge Smith Center for Evaluation Effectiveness and research professor at Columbian College of Arts and Sciences at George Washington University, who discussed […]

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 […]

INEE’s two-day Conflict Sensitive Education Training matierials in Arabic and French
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August 14, 2014

Please find INEE’s excellent two-day Conflict Sensitive Education Training matierials in Arabic and French at the link below: Peace and Collaborative Development Network Building Bridges, Networks and Expertise Across Sectors Craig Zelizer Check out the discussion ‘INEE Conflict Sensitive Education Training Now Available in Arabic and French’ Discussion posted by Tzvetomira Laub: 2-Day INEE Conflict Sensitive Education […]

What Matters Most for Students in Contexts of Adversity: A Framework Paper

Summary This paper presents the conceptual background and operational tools of the World Bank’s Education Resilience Approaches (ERA) Program. It begins by grounding the program in its theoretical evidence base before discussing the guiding principles and tools that operationalize this. This paper presents the tools developed under the ERA Program and several key principles that […]

RES-360 Resilience In Education Systems – Rapid Assessment Manual, World Bank
June 11, 2014

One of the Education Resilience Approaches (ERA) Program’s first major tools, the RES-360 rapid assessment helps both national education institutions (e.g. Ministries of Education) and schools to identify the risks confronting education communities – especially students. It also points to the assets and positive engagement in schools and communities that, if recognized and supported, can […]