Education in Emergencies used to be the forgotten dimension in emergency work as the immediate reaction was to deal with more structural dimensions of an emergency such as health, food , water and shelter. The work of INEE has changed all that and provided emergency teams with a comprehensive package of guidance ,developed by practitioners in the field.
INEE and the Global Education Cluster have added a new training module on Human Rights and Accountability to the Education in Emergencies harmonized training package.
The Human Rights and Accountability Training Module complements the rest of the training package by creating awareness around human rights and serving as a tool to achieve quality education and a life of dignity. The module includes a Powerpoint presentation, handouts, interactive dialogue sections and exercises to guide participants through the various steps of using Human Rights in their education work. Learning points include good practices to support rights-holders, as well as how to identify key duty-bearers and lines of accountability available to affected populations and education actors.
The module was developed for INEE and the IASC Education Cluster by Peter Hyll-Larsen andActionAid International – The Right to Education Project, in consultation with members of the Education Cluster Working Group and the INEE Working Group on Minimum Standards and INEE Tools. The Right to Education Project aims to promote social mobilisation and legal accountability by focusing on the legal challenges to the right to education.
Explore the Education in Emergencies Training Package!
The package contains the following 14 modules with presentations, facilitators’ guides and exercises, available on the INEE Toolkit. Modules on Youth, Gender and Inclusive Education are currently under development.
0. Guidance and Time Tabling
1. The Rationale for Education in Emergencies
2. INEE Minimum Standards Framework
3. Technical Components for Education in Emergencies
4. Education in Emergencies Coordination
5. Action Planning and Follow-Up
7. Programme Design, Monitoring and Evaluation
8. Links Between Education and Other Sectors
9. Contingency Planning
10. Early Recovery and Transition
11. Advocacy and Policy
12. Risk Reduction
13. Teaching and Learning
14. Human Rights and Accountability
OTHER TRAINING AND CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES
E-learning Module on the INEE Minimum Standards: Learn more about the INEE Minimum Standards through the INEE e-learning module. The module employes a variety of resources and methods and uses the Darfur refugee crisis as an example to demonstrate how the INEE Minimum Standards can be used as a framework for designing quality education programmes in conflict-induced situations.
Training Adaptations: The Education in Emergencies Training Package has already been used in many contexts, and the training materials have been adapted to suit the context and participants’ needs for each training. The training adaptations are available on the INEE website. If you wish to share your training agenda and supporting materials, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information and questions on the Education in Emergencies Training Package and capacity development initiatives of INEE and the Education Cluster, please email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.