Category: Education in Emergencies

Key takeaways and reflections from Early Childhood Education In Emergencies panel at 2023 UKFIET conference

Conflicts, crises, and climate change have resulted in the displacement of millions of children across the globe. Early childhood education and development (ECED) offers safety, security, and stability for children in crises. Despite its importance, ECED programming in emergencies is not viewed as a central pillar of humanitarian response. Read More

Retelling Education in Emergencies Through the Black Radical Tradition: Building a Critical Praxis

Over a year, I spoke with 60 young people and 26 practitioners to explore educational experiences using Digital Storytelling Action Research (DSAR). Rooted in critical pedagogies and action research, DSAR created spaces for new knowledge forms to emerge, emphasising that individuals are not mere objects of inquiry but active participants. Read More

Who holds whom to account when harm is done? Funder accountability and responsibility within the education in emergencies community

This blog was written by Ritesh Shah, University of Auckland (lead author); D. Brent Edwards Jr., University of Hawaii Manoa; S. Garnett Russell, Teachers College Colombia...

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