The International Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) will be soon launching a peer-reviewed Journal on Education in Emergencies! And the search for the Journal's first Editor and Editorial Board members is now open. See links below for details on how to apply. We encourage qualified candidates to apply. Help us find the best person for the Editor position--please forward to interested colleagues.
This scholarly, peer-reviewed journal is proposed in response to the growing need for rigorous Education in Emergencies (EiE) research to strengthen the evidence base, support EiE policy and practice, and improve learning in and across organizations, academic institutions and policy institutions. This journal will close a gap existing in the academic space: currently, there is no journal dedicated to this topic.
The scope of EiE research appropriate for this journal is conceptualized broadly to cover many areas of EiE including emergency education response in natural disasters, conflict/fragile states and complex emergencies, conflict-sensitive education, attacks on education, education for peace-building, education and fragility, disaster risk reduction and education, and forced migration and education. Additionally, articles on the entire continuum of prevention, preparedness, response and recovery through to development and on thematic/cross-cutting issues would also be appropriate.
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Tzvetomira Laub, INEE Coordinator for Minimum Standards and Network Tools
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