INEE Global Consultation 2014Monday, 2nd June 2014, 17:15 -19:15, Room 802, Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London
The Network for Research in Education, Conflict and Emergencies (NRECE) hosted by the Institute of Education and Save the Children UK are proud to be hosting an event as part of the International Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) 2014 Global Consultation.
Global consultations are held by the INEE every 4 or 5 years, the purpose of which is for members to come together to review the network’s mandate and vision. The global consultation is a year long process to develop a network wide vision for education in emergencies for 2015 and beyond, with consultative events taking place around the world.
The NRECE and Save the Children are hosting a London based consultative event for INEE members and anyone interested in education in emergencies to come together and address questions such as:
- What does “education in emergencies” mean to you? Is this term still relevant?
- What are the key achievements and challenges of recent years? Are there new partners, stakeholder groups or constituencies that are important to our work?
- How can we build on these acheivements, and address the challenges?
- What is our vision for education in emergencies in the next 2-5 years?
- What actions are necessary to achieve our vision?
As well as a panel of speakers from Save the Children and the Institute of Education, the event will include a series of activities to prompt reflection on the questions above and there will be plenty of opportunity for discussion. The results of this consultation will be sent back to the INEE.
You won’t need to bring anything other that yourselves! Refreshments provided.
We look forward to meeting you all and also to bringing all those who work or have an interest in this field together for an evening of lively debate.
For more information on the global consultation, please visit the INEE website.
To book a place, please visit our eventbrite page.