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What's New in Education in Crisis and Conflict 

We at ECCN regularly work with experts who are contributing to the growing body of knowledge on education in conflict and crisis contexts. We are pleased to share recent additions to ECCN's blog as well as USAID's Education Links website.
Still Learning for Peace

Friedrich Affolter of UNICEF contributes an overview and guide to the Learning for Peace program's impressive collection of 70+ research products, conflict analyses, manuals, guidance notes, case studies, and more, which illustrate the vital links between education, social cohesion, and peace-building.
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How to Create an Effective Accelerated Education Program

Learn what Accelerated Education is, access the Accelerated Education Principles, and read a case study of Accelerated Education in Sierra Leone.
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Accelerated Education: Designing Flexible, Inclusive Programs

Take a closer look at the first three principles of "Accelerated Education: 10 Principles for Effective Practice," as developed by the Accelerated Education Working Group. 
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Help Your Work Reach a Wider Audience

Consider contributing a guest blog post to ECCN! Our announcements reach over 1,400 professionals in the field of education in crisis and conflict. 

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