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Global inclusive education updates from EENET and other organisations.

INEE blog on the impact of bombing on education in Gaza
This new blog post by Ayman Qwaider highlights the situation of education following the latest bombing in Gaza. It reports on an INEE workshop with educators from Gaza. The blog also contains a hard-hitting timeline graphic showing the extent of the challenges and trauma that an average 14-year-old from Gaza has already experienced. Read the … Continue reading INEE blog on the impact of bombing on education in Gaza

Education During COVID-19 in Bangladesh – INEE blog
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, around 39 million learners in Bangladesh are not going to their schools, colleges, and universities since 18th March 2020. This new blog, written by Md. Ramjan Ali, covers many aspects of a range of methods to ensure that everyone can still get the education they have the right to. These … Continue reading Education During COVID-19 in Bangladesh – INEE blog

* COMPETITION * Win an EENET ‘library in a box’
Would you like to win a free EENET ‘library in a box’ for your teacher training college, university, school, resource centre, or project office? We’ve got 10 boxes packed with inclusive education materials to give away absolutely free! Each box contains a set of Enabling Education Review back issues, plus a selection of posters, leaflets, … Continue reading * COMPETITION * Win an EENET ‘library in a box’

New brief: Child marriage and girls’ education
`Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage` has released a new brief that shares the key facts of child marriage and girls’ education, common drivers and impacts, and offers solutions to this issue. The brief includes examples of work by Girls Not Brides member organisations and recommendations for governments, among a wide … Continue reading New brief: Child marriage and girls’ education

* NEW * Inclusive Education Training Guide from CBM
EENET has helped CBM to develop an inclusive education training guide – for CBM staff, partners and other NGOs – that is based around a set of frequently asked questions. Facilitators can use these questions to help them select topics and activities to suit their trainees’ needs and interests. The activities can be used to … Continue reading * NEW * Inclusive Education Training Guide from CBM

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