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Education and Fragility - Links


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INEE (Inter-Agency Network of Education in Emergencies)
The INEE offers a variety of resources for practitioners, educators and researchers working in the field of education in fragile states. 

OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development)
The OECD has formed a Fragile States Group (FSG) to facilitate coordination among bilateral and multilateral donors to improve aid effectiveness in fragile states.  OECD also offers a series of publications focused on peacebuilding and stability designed for all types of audiences.

Save the Children Alliance
Save the Children is one of the world’s largest nongovernmental organizations working to address the needs of children in the developing and developed world. Save has also been a leading champion of identifying, and supporting the education needs of conflict-affected and fragile states.

The International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP)-Education in Emergencies and Reconstruction
Through its program for “Education in Emergencies and Reconstruction”, IIEP has sought to contribute to the systemization and advance of this crucial field. Since its inception, the program has documented lessons learned from the planning and management of education in past and present emergencies and conflicts.

UNESCO – United Nations Educational, Scientific and cultural Organization
UNESCO supports a variety of themes related to education in fragile states including peace education, education in emergencies, crisis, and reconstruction.

UNICEF – United Nations Children Fund
UNICE Provides support and serves as an advocate for children and mothers across the world. Reports and information contained on this site address the many needs of children in crises.

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