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Strengthening the Education in Emergencies Data Architecture

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CEID welcomes Sébastien Hine to present in the Education in Conflict and Emergencies Seminar Series, 2019/20.

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Education in Conflict and Emergencies Seminar Series 2019/20

Strengthening the Education in Emergencies Data Architecture, Sébastien Hine

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This seminar has two parts. The first part looks at the findings and recommendations of the 2019 Education in Emergencies Data Summit. This convened experts from 48 organisations to discuss and agree ways forward on the following challenge: how – with limited resources and a growing number of crises, which are increasingly cross-border – we as a sector could firstly collect more meaningful education data in emergencies and secondly how we could also make new and existing data more accessible. Issues analysed include standardisation of indicators, fit for purpose data, ethics and security, forgotten populations, data sharing and usage, funding, capacity building, indicators beyond access, global public goods, the humanitarian-development-stabilisation nexus, leadership, and working with other sectors. Based on these discussions a long-term vision and actionable next steps were agreed in an Action Agenda.

The second part of this presentation will update on progress against this Action Agenda, including specific work of the INEE’s Standard and Practice Working Group to create a consolidated list of education in emergencies indicators with technical guidance that corresponds to each of the INEE’s Minimum Standards.

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Sébastien Hine is an education and international development consultant with experience in education in emergencies and protracted crises, gender, marginalised groups, and non-state actors. He was lead author of the Forced Displacement chapter of the 2019 Global Education Monitoring Report on Migration and previously worked for Save the Children and the Overseas Development Institute.

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