dedication to associate mappers -economistyouth.com economistsports.net economisthealth.com economistfuture.com economistrefugee.com 90% of world trade is shipped- hence understanding bay area vital to livelihoods- counter examples also may offer clues to sdg generation

..2020 out of virus darkness, the free uni of humanising AI arises -thanks to UN Geneva...Europe Bay1 med sea fractured 1500 as North Sea nations raced to rule the waves..Asia Bay 2 happiest since 1962?..California bay- brain drain's tech epicentre first 4 decades moores law..Africa -a continent to 2020 excluded from bay for the peoples..

clan macrae clue's from history's future- key norman(dad)
1935 age 11uk embassy in moscow- discussion with peter drucker- sadl's russia's stalin and germany's hitler are as mad hell- can the rest of humans outlast them?
1943 last days teen navigator allied bomber command stationed modernday myanmar- if ever get out of this must end era of colonial empires and unite youth friendships across nations

1945 lasat class tutored by keynes- young peoples world determined by handful of economists- sustaing human race will depend on end-poverty economnist ruling
1948 starts over 40 years of applying keynes view to journalists at the economist
55 at messina celebrates with jean monnet strategy to make iron and steel markets of france-germany so connecxted that they never start another war- european union is born but soon bureaucrats go way beyond raison d'etre
56 interviewing biggest brain i'll ever meet - von neumann- he is decaring a legacy of 100 times more analytic machine power until computer brains operate gov services real time- eta 2020s

jfk's idea to put 50000 mainly young brans on one moonshot goal could be best way to kickstart each coming decade so neumann's legacy joyful on opposite to alternative scenario of orwellian big brother
61 wow now neumann's ai labs have twins- atlantic facing out of mit, pacific facing out of staford
62 wow japan has maps for 65% of humans who are asian to rise and to resolve conflicts mainly japan and uk empires spun across asis
63 hell- jfk's death shows responsibility of us as world peacemaker is too much to bear unless it can ever sort out livesmatter in america
64 tokyo olympics royals od uk , japan meet- and celebrate win-win futures- if only kennedy had lived to see this
-65 gordon moore conforms his alumni will take up 100 fold tech multiplier responsibility conceived by neumann
69 rest of world still celebratinf no mission impossible on earth now americans have show moon is poossible; but us tv media has turned towards parties hating each other and loss of amerricans can do good the world over
nixons hatred of youth sets poson pill - colege education will turn from almost free into ever bigger student debt- this is not what any nation aiming to celbrate 100 times smarter youth and tech should be doing

, duncan grandad, sir kenneth grandad maternal..
. What clues from your family tree match adam smith's lessons on preventing human extinction?

Adam Smith was in the right time and space to question how the age of machines and humans would be the most exciting time to be alive- for better or worse machines could change everything. Adam tried to map how every perosns life could have equal accees to applying machines

We can divide adam's exciting times into 3 urgent future reviews:

the next 10 years sustainability goals- eg economistdiary.com come to adam smiths glasgow uni cop 26 to mediate that

the first 75 years of the birth of the united nations 1945-2020

the first 165 years of humans and machines which climaxed in world war 2


I come from 5 generations of diaspora scots - so my family tree's cluetrain is quite long- in particular my father trained hundreds of journalists for humanity that most history is bunk - its written by the rich and famous not by we the peoples family tree.

Lets' suppose you are american - your family tree's most urgent lessons for preventing extinction wont be the same as mine but can we find some snaps. if you are an american woman you have different lessons than american man; if you are a native american you have different lessons than if you are an immigrant; if you are an american white, what white empire crisis in rurope did you family flee from to help unite the american dream; if you are american black or brown, what is the most unique lesson to prevent extinction of our children or their childrens childrens. these are the most exciting times to list clues to how 7.5 billion beings can help save each other..
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norman helped audiences of The Economist coin and debate telecommuting in the 1960s- his purpose was to argue for change in lifelong education ahead of time for every millennial to grow up as a brainworker or performer or last mile community celebrator of all lives matter --most jobs known in the 1960s would have gone just like most jobs changed whenever the motor car replaced the horse and cart- but that did not mean there would be any less work to do to ensure any community a child was born into offered a great chance to thrive norman's arguments weren't different from adam smth's at the start of the first age of humans and machines that was all about the energy machines could bring beyond the power of man or horse- with one big exception- this time the revolution would take 60 years at most- in other words within 3 living generations- youth , parents, grandparents what you needed to learn to have a great life and livelihhod would be wholly different- the risk of education systems examining old stuff instead of empowering teachers and students to exploe the new new world of community engagement, physical and digital classrooms would be all or nothing in terms of sustaining homo sapinens; some now define the 2020s as the age og industrial revolution 4- that fits normans model 1 was macine energy, 2 was machines assisting communications, 3 was what humans did with machines that could compute far more than 1960s as last decade of the slide-ruler, fourth everything would have converged so that operational platforms would be hosted with data crunched in real time -this would co-create public services the likes of which governments could barely imagine unless led by enginneers not lawyers of rules written in stone


vancouver/montreal resonance l host of best cities -wrldcty branch ny : lead partners-- vancouver thehappycity


hk : cyberport : 10 of cyberports most energetic AI Viola Lin He Siying : Winnie Lee

paris - welcome city lab - first tourism incubatot

copenhagen - groupnao

boston - speck and associates



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next step glasgow- adam smith and cop26 http://www.gca.org scholar networks- am i correct team VC will phone ban ki moon to see if he will introduce gordon brown to vincent- thats the high road to glasgow brac u partnerships otherwise i can continue on low road

2 regarding vienna-india - our friend lives in vienna but consults to founder of Tata group on india's sdg impacts is now close to a lot of possibilities: arts he has contacted vienna boys choir and one of his professional friends is an austrian architect for people who own castles- so if one of brac u movements is going to live up to sir fazle final plea that the poor should experience cultures best - vienna can be pivotal as epicentre of bna ki-moon of soros university and or art and architectural value multipliers

3 regarding boston and tokyo - if boston is on your diary in next 8 weeks i would like to know when- i can definitely linkin ezra vogel and so people who understand why japan emperor like my fathers lifelong work at The Economist in time to connect with whio's sdg what at the olympics including ban ki moons responsibilities there and tokyo mayors handover to beijing mayor chen jining; boston through tufts connects with reeta roy one of brac international top 10 sponsors,mit is where the experts of bKash | It's that simple - boston is also the other route to jim kim (Brigham womens hospital Home 2020 )




hub through and its where beijing and mit will get youth to humanise ai

4 regarding beijing- thats the other diary space that is critical- if ever bangladesh is going to be included on world trade infrastructure routes aiib and ccg and tsinghua need connecting now imo -president jin of aiib loves literature like vincent does- his daughter at the lse is the only economist in britain i fully trust- aiib's annual summit is in miami this summer - one attempt to put the chinese cat among donald's pigeons- because of britains 4 years in brexit wilderness the only british leaders of finance who understand china now are david alexander number 2 person at aiib and his researcher back in ,london lord stern who used to be gordon brown chief civil servant researcher

5 regarding dhaka

6 regarding value chain garments -he has been local village translator for almost every meeting i have had in bangladesh starting with yunus 69th birthday in 2009 party that i convened and invited the then head of brac bank and head of corporate branding to as well as the bbc's main nature corespondent and dfis local head of education- he understands some local parts of the 7 global jigsaws that brac has become but the fact that jack ma's main female researcher ying lowrey cancelled the trip was arranging for her november 2018 at less than 7 days notice shows that insider circles in brac are complex and dont necessarily include young researchers

7 regarding hong kong -brac university needs to be yidan's main partner not playshool - at least from the viewpoint of hong kong getting back its moto uniting youthech around the world
8 regarding nordica (MT networks) kenya (AC networks)

9 regarding wef- 21 Jan does some in vincent team monitor this - it has 300 youth hubs to linkin to- sadly yunus uses it as hios playground so a main reason why most world economists dont know sir fazle is 23 years of entrepreneur networking the clintons have exclusively done for and with yunus at spaces like schwab and sdg forum and all the sdg17 partnerships that yunus cfreed ted turners billion dollar un foundation connected and celebrated yunus as womens banker for- all of which is more grenwash than green-reality

10 regarding james grant school - friends at unicef hq in ny send their regards

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Jul 1, 2019 - 167 See page 229 for what it takes to be a true Manchu. ... Interview with President Chen Jining of Tsinghua University I'll paraphrase ... He now teaches economics at Tsinghua and directs the Schwarzman Scholars program.
Mar 25, 2018 - ... Figureoutable,-- What It Takes: Lessons in the Pursuit of Excellence,-- ... Beijing mayor Chen Jining waves the Olympic flag during the closing ceremony. ... Diego Schwartzman of Argentina celebrates after winning his final ...


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Wednesday, March 3, 2021

 What clues from your family tree match adam smith's lessons on preventing human extinction?

Adam Smith was in the right time and space to question how the age of machines and humans would be the most exciting time to be alive- for better or worse machines could change everything. Adam tried to map how every perosns life could have equal accees to applying machines

We can divide adam's exciting times into 3 urgent future reviews:

the next 10 years sustainability goals- eg economistdiary.com come to adam smiths glasgow uni cop 26 to mediate that

the first 75 years of the birth of the united nations 1945-2020

the first 165 years of humans and machines which climaxed in world war 2


I come from 5 generations of diaspora scots - so my family tree's cluetrain is quite long- in particular my father trained hundreds of journalists for humanity that most  history is bunk - its written by the rich and famous not by we the peoples family tree.

Lets' suppose you are american - your family tree's most urgent lessons for preventing extinction wont be the same as mine but can we find some snaps. if you are an american woman you have different lessons than american man; if you are a native american you have different lessons than if you are an immigrant; if you are an american white, what white empire crisis in rurope did you family flee from to help unite the american dream; if you are american black or brown, what is the most unique lesson to prevent extinction of our children or their childrens childrens. these are the most exciting times to list clues to how 7.5 billion beings can help save each other

 ECW, INEE and UNGEI are delighted to be launching the EiE-GenKit – A Core Resource Package on Gender in EiE TODAY!

You can access the newly launched EiE-GenKit here: https://www.ungei.org/publication/eie-genkit

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Hello everyone, Juliette Myers here one of the GenKit co-writers - congratulations to the whole team on the launch!  

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hi all chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk from www.2025report.com Washington dc and glasgow

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Thanks everyone from around the world and welcome!

You can access the newly launched EiE-GenKit here: https://www.ungei.org/publication/eie-genkit

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Hi All, Fiona Dwinger from the Institute for Global Change, currently in London

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Hi all, my name is Leticia AMUDUKI from Humanity & Inclusion  (formerly Handicap International) Uganda. I am the Inclusive Education Technical Coordinator.  We work to improve access to inclusive education for refugee children in Uganda with a special focus to children with disabilities in refugee settlements in Uganda.

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You can access the newly launched EiE-GenKit here: https://www.ungei.org/publication/eie-genkit

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Hi everyone Aamina Qadir Adham from Right To Play International. I am the Gender Equality Specialist global programs and I sit in Toronto Canada.

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Hi, Agnese Pastorino, Member of the External Review Panel for UNICEF Education Cannot Wait New York, and associate researcher in sociology at the Sorbonne University in Paris (working remotely from Zanzibar).

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forgive silly question - what does eie stand for

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Education in Emergencies

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Hello, Nagore Moran Llovet,  Gender in Emergencies Adviser in Plan International UK

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Hello,Susan Durston ,Director/Chair of trustees at CHILD to CHILD which believes in children participating in decisions made for/with them. www.childtochild.org.uk/

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Hello everyone! Thank you so much for joining. It is an honour to be launching the new EiE-GenKit! 

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Hi everybody! Lauren Gerken, INEE Gender Project Manager. Thrilled to be co-launching the EiE-GenKit today!

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You can access the newly launched EiE-GenKit here: https://www.ungei.org/publication/eie-genkit

You can access the newly launched EiE-GenKit here: https://www.ungei.org/publication/eie-genkit

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great film!

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The video as well as this event will be available after the event here https://www.ungei.org/event/eie-genkit-virtual-launch

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Congratulations on this, and through a virtual launch I hope we are lessening our carbon footprints and saving funds which could be spent for children

You can access the newly launched EiE-GenKit here: https://www.ungei.org/publication/eie-genkit

You can access the newly launched EiE-GenKit here: https://www.ungei.org/publication/eie-genkit

From Juliette Myers to Everyone:  07:13 AM

great film!

From Anika Tanjim to Everyone:  07:13 AM

Could we get the link to the Video? Thank you

From Emilie Rees Smith to Everyone:  07:14 AM

The video as well as this event will be available after the event here https://www.ungei.org/event/eie-genkit-virtual-launch

From SUSAN DURSTON to Everyone:  07:14 AM

Congratulations on this, and through a virtual launch I hope we are lessening our carbon footprints and saving funds which could be spent for children

From Emilie Rees Smith to Everyone:  07:17 AM

You can access the EiE-GenKit here: https://www.ungei.org/publication/eie-genkit

From Gloria (UNGEI) to Everyone:  07:18 AM

The video will be available after the event here: www.ungei.org/event/eie-genkit-virtual-launch 

Ruth Naylor 07:07 AM 
Does the panel think that in crisis contexts , where girls are often so disadvanted in education, do we need Girl focused funding streams (and programming)  in EiE or is Gender responsive funding (and programming) sufficient to close the gap?
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christopher macrae (You) 07:13 AM  Deleted by host
i've been to bangladesh 15 times - does your initiative have a main contact point with alumni od late sir fazle abed at brac university or any of abed partners in refugee girl empowerment
Kenneth Geyi 07:18 AM  
What plan is in place to ensure that the affected people are empowered . Capacity building need to be in place focusing on change management.
Emilie Rees Smith 07:22 AM 
Thank you for your important question. We will try to address in the panel, in the meantime affected populations are a key cross-cutting aspect of the EiE-GenKit. The GenKit will be rolled out in collaboration with partners on the ground including capacity building initiatives, orientation and training
Noemi Robiati 07:18 AM  
how is this kit different from the one launched last week called: "Reimagining Girls' Education: Solutions to Keep Girls Learning in Emergencies" by UNICEF. And why not have a concerted effort to have one?
Sandrine Bohan-Jacquot 07:19 AM  
Thank you for this great toolkit and collaboration! I see with great pleasure that disability is taken into account in particular regarding data collection. Could you please expand on the intersectionnality of Gender, Age and Disability and the main toolkit recommendations to take this intersectionality into account practically? Thanks
christopher macrae (You) 07:23 AM  
for about 10 years now there has been talk of urgent need for 11 yearvup peer to peer girls health curricula- is there any progress on this- if so what bookmark or contact is starting point? also is unai (academic impact) connected with what you are doing- when i went to unai summit in 2015 unai arranged partnerships in nanotech with deepdata applcations in girls poorest villages with india and other partners- has this evolved into anything usable regarding vaccine #aiforgood; also is there a map of how your knowhow varies by minimum platform accessible - radio, 2g mobile, ... recently unicef henrietta fore annouced giga project  narrowing gap between mapping where schools are and wi-fi acess but is that 5 years out or is it part of solution before then

Thank you all for sharing your work and specific experiences working with girls in diverse contexts of conflict. Working in the refugee settlements in Uganda, our target is the refugee children with disabilities. While generally girls are very vulnerable, refugee girls with disabilities are even more vulnerable. You can imagine the intersectionality of gender, being a refugee and even worse, a refugee girl with disability! Listening to all your presentations, one challenge that keeps recurring is the fact that most times, children with disabilities are left out in all these . That EiE actors fail to pay specific attention to disability as a factor of heightened vulnerability is indeed a worrying trend. 

From Emilie Rees Smith to Everyone:  07:59 AM

Yes thank you for numerous comments/questions raising this important point. The EiE-GenKit includes disability as a cross-cutting theme with links to relevant additional resources on this too

From Leticia Amuduki to Everyone:  08:00 AM

Think of the challenges that girls in emergency situations are faced with, and even more, think of the challenges a refugee girls with disability in an emergency situation faces!! During school closure owing to the covid-19 pandemic, while refugee children with disabilities were left out in the approaches adopted for continued learning, refugee girls with disabilities, were even more affected. From being used as home keepers by their own caregivers, to being victims of gbv from lack of or limited ability to protect themselves or even report such cases, to being married off and even in some cases being sacrificed for ritual cleansing.

From Emilie Rees Smith to Everyone:  08:07 AM

Thank you for all your contributions and important reflections, we will feed to panel and reach out after the event with further information

From SUSAN DURSTON to Everyone:  08:12 AM

Radio appears to be still a wonderful means of communication. It seems to me to be an idea for a specialist interest group. We had child radio reporters during the Ebola out break in Sierra Leone. Girls were at the fore front, and raised their own issues.  http://www.childtochild.org.uk/resources/mod/glossary/showentry.php?eid=13.

From Said mohamed Salah to Everyone:  08:21 AM

i add the girls also help gender balance in the recruitment of qualified female teachers

From Emilie Rees Smith to Everyone:  08:22 AM

Thank you for all your insightful comments and echoing important points on adaptation of stratgies and related learning on gender-responsive approaches in the context of COVID-19

From sughra.choudhrykhan to Everyone:  08:23 AM

So lovely to hear this personal account!

From Aamina Adham to Everyone:  08:26 AM

Beautiful thank you for sharing Summia and everyone. Kudos to everyone who has overcome barriers and supported others to overcome these barriers.

Henry Waitindi 07:34 AM  
The kit is powerful field asset for the conflict and crises contexts, does it have direct linkages to the GBV responses/actions in the same contexts?
Emilie Rees Smith 07:41 AM 
Thanks you for your question, yes GBV is an important component of the EIE-GenKit and is addressed throughout the modules as well as dedicated information under the Kit's 'Implementation' section
Outi Perähuhta 07:38 AM  
Is the mothers’ education considered as after providing literacy skills for mothers their sensitization about the importance of education is not needed anymore.
Emilie Rees Smith 08:12 AM 
Thank you Outi, yes absolutely the education of women/mothers is key in promoting girls' education and integrated in the EiE-GenKit's modules
Emily Echessa 07:41 AM  
Thanks for excellent presentations. Questions -1) With the growing focus on girls education (and rightly so!), is there evidence  to infer that this triggers a backlash on girls & women in certain contexts? If so has the tool kit adequately addressed this? 2) Any considerations of reverse gender inequalities in education in certain contexts?
Adele Aubrey 07:42 AM  
Are there examples of how funding has been succesfully secured to pay for female teachers training and salary, and how girls have been supported in attending education.
LEYA AMONDE OUKO OUAMBO 07:45 AM  
Is there any organization here that supports girls with sanitary towels so that i could contact them - this is in Southern africa region. I am advocating for refugee girls who are affected by monthly menstruation.
Grazia Paoleri 07:45 AM  
In emergencies, there are usually far fewer female teachers, and girls are disproportionately affected when schools are dominated by men.
Are there special provisions on teacher training and salaries, and strategies to increase the supply of female educators and para-professionals who can be involved in teaching and mentoring? Grazia Paoleri - MYRP Secretariat Coordinator, South Sudan
Ayuba Irmiya 07:45 AM  
Due to the prolonged crisis in Northeastern part of Nigeria, the child have completely missed it on Education especially those that sufffered from GBV because of stigamatization that is going on. Out of school children are at high number in rural areas in NE Nigeria. Is there anything that is being done to help this young girls? Are there funding opportunities for Local/National NGOs working to alleviate these young girls?
Nneka Obasi 07:46 AM  
For Hawa, do any of your interventions include education for boys/men?
Emilie Rees Smith 08:24 AM 
Thank you Nneka we will pass the question to Hawa
Samantha Ross 07:47 AM  
Building or strengthening current structures in education planning to support education in emergencies and ensure these are gender focused, are crucial for sustainabiilty. School leaders, including community members, are essential in this process. Does the toolkit address the strengthening of mainstream and non-formal education systems, for example School Improvement Planning, so that emergencies and gender are routinely considered?
Emilie Rees Smith 08:18 AM 
Thank you Samantha, this is crucial. The EiE-GenKit absolutely focuses on strengthening both formal and non-formal education systems. The tools are designed to fit into and build on existing systems and processes used from sudden onset to protracted crisis to ensure a systematic approach to gender-responsive EiE
Feyi Rodway 08:01 AM  
Thank you for the presentations and for the toolkit. To what extent can the positive lessons learnt from responses to recent school closures be taken to scale? And a question for the toolkit team - were additional data/research gaps identified in the process of developing the toolkit?
Emilie Rees Smith 08:15 AM 
Thank you Feyi, the toolkit team identified a range of data/research gaps as part of the consultation and analysis phase of the EiE-GenKit's development. Many of the kit's tools were designed to respond to these gaps, especially those in the modules on needs assessment and analysis and on monitoring and evaluation - where action are designed to provide sustainable solutions by building in gender-responsive approaches to existing processes during these phases
Sandrine Bohan-Jacquot 08:06 AM  
Thanks, if they can expand beyond data collection, it would be great. Many thanks!


 dear dr alfadala -may i summarise my interests and then discuss if i can help you with a link or two- 37 years ago i co-authored book www.2025report.com with dad who had worked at the economist for 40 years trying to connect positive relationships east-west and as tech changed- our book started the genre of sustainability will depend most of all on how courageously teachers embrace digital as well as deep community engagement- what we did not advocate was 36 years of western education unions blocking digital and then being forced by a virus to be all online; in terms of girl empowerment across asia only the last 12 years of my diaries may offer clues; in 2008 i started traveling from washington dc twice a year to listen to fazle abed, brac who became wise first laureate; i have been to 3 real wises in qatar, beijing, madrid, and hi-level unga 2019 event hosted by qatar foundation ; unfortunately education from early to college gets siloised in exactly opposite ways to lifelong women empowerment flows- i havent yet found if anyone in wise champions all of changes sir fazle partners in education do; more specifically i am sad that politics disrupted educationaboveall as the un partner on refugee education- it seems most un partners are connecting around dubai rewired dec 2021 expo and educationcannotwait and the scottish theirworld; i have one link to rewired summit organisers if useful to share with you; wise china was far the most exciting on edutech- i dont speak chinese so failed to follow up much- yuxuan chen who was a wise intern before rhodes scholarship and now youth poverty ambassador for beijing in singapore would be best reconnection for you;  both yuxuan and spain were fascinating in educating dual language youth as leaders of sdg connections; i have maintaned great connections in that regard thanks to wise madrid and they are connected with india montessori movements which are a passion of my family as my grandad knew gandhi for 25 years. only education can connect crosscultural happiness dots- if i may be able to help you find any please say; when it comes to abed he left at least 10 different huge partners networks as his legacy; the lead educator in each is quite hard to find; as well as abed i had many discussions with safiqul islam - he's led the primary school arena of brac which your first wise laureate report focused on with editorials from uk innovation unit; but the legacy abed wanted most help on = coalition of universities one in each country valuing poorest women sharing alumni as well as courses and solutions- this year with my familys home city glasgow hosting cop26 and glasgow u as abeds alma mater its the university coalition project of abed i must put most of my time on- even more reason why i'd prefer to pass on any other links i have- while the courage of teachers to innovate beyond examining youth needs to be huge at every age group; if no university will help redesign the whole lifelong livelihood skills system we wont see youth becoming the sdg generation chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc -ps if covid goes away are you scheduling real wise qatar this year?

Monday, March 1, 2021

 

 

EDUCATION CANNOT WAIT, THE INTER-AGENCY NETWORK FOR EDUCATION IN EMERGENCIES AND THE UN GIRLS’ EDUCATION INITIATIVE CALL FOR GENDER EQUALITY TO BE AT THE CENTRE OF COVID-19 EDUCATION CRISIS RECOVERY EFFORTS

In the lead up to International Women’s Day 2021 on 8 March 2021 - ECW, INEE and UNGEI - three partners working together for gender equality in education in emergencies (EiE), have joined forces to launch a toolkit promoting gender-responsive and inclusive education interventions in emergency & protracted crises settings.

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3 March 2021, New York - Education Cannot Wait (ECW), the Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) and the United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI), today launched a new toolkit to support stronger integration of gender equality in education responses for children and youth in countries affected by emergencies and protracted crises.

Armed conflicts, forced displacement, climate-induced disasters, health emergencies and other crises increase barriers to safe, quality education, especially for vulnerable children and youth. Girls, boys, women and men experience these barriers to education in different ways, resulting in an exacerbation of pre-existing gender inequalities and vulnerabilities. This is especially true during the COVID-19 pandemic which continues to cause unprecedented disruptions to learning worldwide for millions of crisis-affected girls and boys.

“As the world strives to address and recover from global impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, we must apply lessons learnt from previous crises. We know the tragic hardship that looms ahead for millions of girls and other vulnerable children and youth living in crisis settings. We can’t say we did not know. Unless we protect and empower them urgently with the safety, hope and opportunity of quality, inclusive education, we will have failed both them and ourselves. There is no excuse not to act now,” said Yasmine Sherif, Director of Education Cannot Wait, the global fund for education in emergencies and protracted crises. “In launching this new toolkit with our partners, we appeal to all education stakeholders to join us in putting gender equality at the centre of our collective emergency response to the pandemic. At Education Cannot Wait, we are committed to making girls’ education a reality across our investments, boldly, firmly and passionately.”

Previous health emergencies, like Ebola, Zika and SARS, led to school closures which disproportionately affected girls and women. In crises, adolescent girls are particularly vulnerable and face increased risks of sexual exploitation, gender-based violence, child marriage and early pregnancy. This is proving to be the case with the COVID-19 pandemic. Analysis conducted by UNHCR and the Malala Fund already show that 50 per cent of refugee girls in secondary school may not ever return when their classrooms open. This is why the new ‘EiE-GenKit’ comes as a timely, ground-breaking resource for aid practitioners to ensure education in emergencies interventions are both gender-responsive and inclusive.

“Education plays a key role in redefining gender norms in any situation, but especially in humanitarian situations, where a good education that is gender-transformative can break cycles of violence and promote tolerance and reconciliation,” said Antara Ganguli, Director of the UN Girls’ Education Initiative, “We must harness this potential and ensure that all learners of all genders are able to contribute equally and positively to their communities’ recovery, as a cornerstone of sustainable peace and development”.

When gender-responsive, quality, inclusive education is available to all - including crisis-affected girls and boys - it has the potential to transform children’s futures, build up societies and lead to sustainable peace. The ‘EiE-GenKit’ equips education practitioners with the tools to achieve that vision.

“Now is the time to leverage the power of education in emergencies. Together we can reverse gender inequalities and transform education for women and girls, men and boys. We must commit to leave no one behind,” said Dean Brooks, Director of the Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies.

The ‘EiE-GenKit’ was developed over two years through an extensive consultation process involving the review of over 150 existing education in emergencies and gender resources, with contributions from over 80 global, regional and country level gender and EiE experts and other stakeholders.

The toolkit is based on internationally recognised minimum standards and guidelines and is closely aligned with the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Gender Handbook, the INEE Minimum Standards for Education and the INEE Guidance Note on Gender.

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Notes to editors:

For more information and to download the EiE-GenKit, visit:  www.ungei.org/publication/eie-genkit  


For press inquiries:


Education Cannot Wait:

Anouk Desgroseilliers, adesgroseilliers@un-ecw.org, +1-917-640-6820

Kent Page, kpage@unicef.org, +1-917-302-1735


About Education Cannot Wait (ECW):

ECW is the first global fund dedicated to education in emergencies and protracted crises. It was launched by international humanitarian and development aid actors, along with public and private donors, to address the urgent education needs of 75 million children and youth in conflict and crisis settings around the world. ECW’s investment modalities are designed to usher in a more collaborative approach among actors on the ground, ensuring relief and development organizations join forces to achieve education outcomes. Education Cannot Wait is hosted by UNICEF. The Fund is administered under UNICEF’s financial, human resources and administrative rules and regulations, while operations are run by the Fund’s own independent governance structure.


UN Girls’ Education Initiative:

Gloria Diamond, gdiamond@ungei.org

Emilie Rees-Smith, ereessmith@unicef.org


About the UN Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI): 

UNGEI is a global, intergenerational partnership united by a shared commitment to advancing gender equality in and through education. UNGEI provides a platform for coordinated advocacy and collective action in order to break down barriers to education, close the gender gap and unlock its transformative power for all girls, everywhere. For more than two decades the UNGEI partnership has been championing gender-responsive education systems, policies and practices - speaking out as one and holding the international community to account.


Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)

Laura Davison, laura.davison@inee.org

Lauren Gerken, lauren.gerken@inee.org


About INEE:

The Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) is an open, global network that works to ensure all persons the right to quality education and a safe learning environment in emergencies and post-crisis recovery. INEE is composed of more than 18,000 practitioners, students, teachers, staff from UN agencies, non-governmental organizations, donors, governments (including Ministries of Education), and universities who work together within a humanitarian and development framework. INEE serves its members through the core functions of community-building, convening diverse stakeholders, maintaining knowledge management, amplifying and advocating, facilitating and learning, and providing members with the resources and support they need to carry out their work on education in emergencies.