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Urban Refugee Education Roundtable - Oct 3 in DC

The roundtable is hosted by USAID ECCN, Teachers College, Columbia University, and the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) and will bring together 100 diverse and distinguished actors representing almost 50 organizations such as the United Nations, non-governmental organizations, universities, donor agencies and other stakeholders. The goal is to critically reflect on what we know and don’t know about urban refugee education. A combination of panel presentations and lightning talks will be followed by critical reflections and dialogue to help shape a collaborative agenda for research, policy and practice.

If you RSVP’d and have not received your ticket by tonight, please contact us at usaideccn@edc.org. If you have not RSVP’d and are interested in attending, please contact USAID ECCN to confirm whether there is space. For organizations attending the roundtable, the agenda and other information pertaining to the event can be found on our event website.

Safer Learning Environments Evidence Gap Maps Available

USAID ECCN recently launched two Evidence Gap Maps focusing on internal and external threats to Safer Learning Environments. Click the image above for an introductory video to these Evidence Gap Maps and access the Gap Maps on our website. 

New USAID ECCN Steering Group Members Announced

USAID ECCN would like to welcome the following new Steering Group members:
  • Andrew Epstein, Social Impact 
  • Frank Manfredi, Plan International USA
  • Heather Risley, USAID
  • Mark Lynd, School-to-School International
  • Rachel McKinney, Save the Children
  • Rebecca Herrington, Search for Common Ground
  • Susan Ayari, Creative Associates International
Learn more about the backgrounds of this new cohort of Steering Group members and join us in welcoming them to the USAID ECCN Steering Group. 

Spotlight

Nina Papadopoulos, USAID, and Jim Rogan, USAID ECCN, write for the blog this week on historic change taking place at the global policy level and USAID ECCN's response to it. 

This year USAID ECCN's Jim Rogan led a team to conduct a Rapid Education Risk Analysis (RERA) in El Salvador. Access the Spanish version of the final report on our website. 

USAID ECCN Welcomes Colette Chabbott to the USAID ECCN Support Team as Senior Researcher. Read Colette's blog summarizing the Dubai Cares and INEE meeting hosted last week. 

Did you miss the recent webcast titled Is there a link between conflict and education inequality? New evidence from quasi-experimental research? If so, view the recording on the event page. 

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Registration is now open for the 4th Annual Global Citizen Leadership Certification Course. This course is offered to young and mid-level development professionals and covers topics ranging from human rights and gender equality to the good governance and global peace and justice. Learn more here

The Research Consortium on Education and Peacebuilding published a report this month titled The Role of Education in Peacebuilding - Myanmar Country Report

As a lead up to UNGA, UNESCO IIEP published a report titled Leaving no one behind: planning for inclusion of displaced populations in the education sector. 

"Refugee children are 5 times more likely to be out of school." Review the recently published UNHCR report titled Missing Out: Refugee Education in Crisis to learn more about their research on this issue. 
 
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