The Geneva Global Hub for Education in Emergencies (EiE Hub) and the GRF: roles and ways to engage
The EiE Hub will take an active role in the run-up to the 2023 GRF, by leading the GRF Education Alliance Task Team on Emergency Contexts.
This task team will focus on issues such as access to the education system, non-formal education, preparedness, early response, and building resilient systems. Cross-cutting linkages with other thematic areas will of course be considered.
The task team’s objectives include:
- Considering specific bottlenecks in achieving the Global Compact on Refugees’ objectives (inclusion in national systems and return to learning within 3 months of displacement)
- Sharing information on planned pledges and identifying opportunities for joint pledges
- Developing and operationalizing a thematic side-event that will take place on 12 December 2023
How can you engage towards the 2023 GRF?
- Engage in advocacy efforts about the GRF and the importance of promoting responsibility sharing in support of the objectives of the Global Compact on Refugees
- Learn about 8 ways displaced and stateless persons can actively engage in the next GRF
- Develop high-quality pledges or update 2019 pledges
- Participate in side-events for education or organize linked events in Geneva to be featured in the official program.
See the Concept Note for the 2023 GRF and the event’s official website for more information.