Education in Emergencies (EiE) Learning Community
The EiE Learning Community aims to bring together individuals, organisations, coalitions, and networks within and beyond the GCE membership with common interests and expertise on various issues related to education in emergencies. The Learning Community focuses on facilitating shared learning, capacity building and joint advocacy interventions within the thematic priority of education in emergencies. The engagements in the EiE Learning Community are centred around four key pillars critical to GCE's advocacy and campaign priorities on education in emergencies.
- Crisis-sensitive and inclusive education planning and budgeting.
- School safety, security, and protection (psychosocial support and socio-emotional learning).
- Space/voice of students, parents, teachers and civil society in emergency response plans.
- Education for refugees, IDPs, returnees, asylum seekers, migrants and stateless people.
However, should community members wish and suggest exploring other topics that may not be directly linked to those indicated, these will be considered for integration in the plans developed each year.
Membership and participation in the EiE Learning Community is open to individuals and representatives of coalitions, networks and organisations interested in and passionate about promoting better financing of public education systems. As a member of the community, you will have the opportunity to exchange knowledge and skills with practitioners, civil society organisations, GCE members, external stakeholders, and experts from around the world. If your organisation or entity and individuals are interested in joining the EiE Learning Community, please submit an expression of interest through the button below.