Education in emergencies
The unprecedented number of people wanting to write for the feature section of this FMR reflects the recent explosion of interest in post-conflict education. FMR22 reaches you at a turning point in this emerging sector – following the launch at the 2nd Inter-Agency Global Consultation on Education in Emergencies and Early Reconstruction in Cape Town (December 2004) of the Minimum Standards for Education in Emergencies.
Education in emergencies: learning for a peaceful future
Cape Town: new impetus for networking
Recent research and current research gaps
Who is doing what and where?
The Inter-Agency Network on Education in Emergencies
Allison Anderson and Beverly Roberts
Education that protects
Risking protection through education?
Emergency education in Iraq
Anita Malley and Carl Triplehorn
Teacher development and student well-being
Rebecca Winthrop and Jackie Kirk
Getting education out of the box
Building citizenship and life skills
Accelerated learning in Afghanistan
Christine Capacci Carneal and Anne Ullman McLaughlin
Peace Education programmes: why and how?
Pamela Baxter and Vick Ikobwa
Passport to a brighter future?
Time to end neglect of post-primary education
Gender imbalance in secondary schools
Catherine Howgego Mugisha
Ezra S Simon
Why school feeding works
Is school feeding a distraction?
Negotiating Kosovo’s educational minefield
Marc Sommers and Peter Buckland
Educational reconstruction in Rwanda
Promoting stable post-conflict education
Education for Afghan refugees: documentation and coordination needs
General articles / Regulars
IOM: trespassing on others’ humanitarian space?
The Darfur crisis in context
Francis M Deng
The value of transparency, replicability and representativeness
Loren B Landau and Karen Jacobsen
Displaced Iraqis: caught in the maelstrom
Neirab Rehabilitation Project
Lex Takkenberg and Hala Mukhles
The Collaborative Response
Simon Bagshaw and Marc Vincent
NRC: Education programme models
Global IDP Project: Trapped in displacement
Brookings-Bern Project: Education for IDPs – poor marks
Fritz Institute: Logistics training: necessity or luxury?
RSC: Child protection: rhetoric and reality
Endnote: Peace agreements must address education