This report examines linkages between the climate and environmental crisis and EiE, building on existing reports which show how the climate crisis intersects with, compounds and multiplies disaster risk, biodiversity loss, dangers arising from conflict and violence, and learning losses associated with displacement.
The EiE Reading List
Welcome to the Reading List of the Geneva Global Hub for Education in Emergencies. Thanks to the collaboration of our partners you can find here the latest rigorously selected data, research, and evidence critical to the field of education in emergencies. These resources have been chosen to introduce you to the issues impacting EiE, the importance of addressing this challenge, and the linkages between sectors including education, humanitarian action, development, peacebuilding and human rights.
Cost-benefit analysis of mental health and psychosocial support interventions in schools and learning environments in emergencies
Outlining global economic costs of mental health conditions among children and adolescents affected by humanitarian emergencies, and economic benefits of addressing the mental health needs of children and adolescents through education related MHPSS interventions.
This report explores the state of education for refugees in 2023, examining the progress that has been made since the 2019 Global Refugee Forum, and the impact that events such as the COVID-19 pandemic have had.
By Chris Henderson, Geneva Graduate Institute, with contributions from members of the Geneva Global Hub for Education in Emergencies and the Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) Teachers in Crisis Contexts (TiCC) Working Group
Learn more about the impacts of the largest early childhood intervention in the history of humanitarian response
Embedding Violence Prevention and Response in Education in Emergencies and Protracted Crisis Settings
Parliamentarians from all around the world reaffirm that everyone shall enjoy the right to education
Strategic guidance to duty bearers and their partners to promote safe, equitable and continuous access to a quality education for all in the face of all hazards, including natural and climate-change induced, technological, biological and health hazards, conflict and violence, as well as everyday dangers and threats.
The go-to resource for a first-time, comprehensive assessment of the multiple funding sources for education in emergencies, highlighting key trends and gaps
Impact of the digitalization of education on the right to education – Report of the Special Rapporteur on the right to education, Koumbou Boly Barry
Working on how digitalization can drive education in emergencies? Read this recent report from the Special Rapporteur on the right to education to learn about risks and opportunities of the digitalization of education and their impact on the right to education as well as key recommendations.
We all agree on the need for evidence based programmes to effectively address education emergencies needs. Learn more about this innovative ICRC approach of working with authorities to improve the safety and security of teachers through the development of contingency and action plans as well as risk awareness training of staff.