Key Thematic Issues

  EiE Training Module 17 - Adolescents and Youth Programming in Education in Emergencies
INEE and IASC Education Cluster - 2012
The EiE harmonized training package combines training materials from the original INEE Minimum Standards, IIEP and the Front Line Responders training packages. The materials include 17 modules with PowerPoint Presentations, Facilitator Guides and exercises, as well as guidance on adapting the training materials. For more information, please contact [email protected]

  Education Cluster Thematic Case Study Series
INEE Global Education Cluster - 2012
This series of case studies examines eleven different national Education Clusters and their responses surrounding five thematic areas: 1) Using the INEE Minimum Standards, 2) Working with the national authorities, 3) Early Childhood Education, 4) Gender, and 5) Youth. Through the backdrop of concrete examples, this report offers analysis, lessons learned, and recommendations for successful implementation of educational programming with the INEE Minimum Standards. In this way, the report explores to what degree the Education Cluster system addresses cross-cutting issues. Countries represented in this report include Uganda, Pakistan, Myanmar, Vanatu, Kenya, OPT, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, DRC, and Bangladesh.

  Tapping the Potential of Displaced Youth: Guidance for Nonformal Education and Livelihoods Development Policy and Practice
Women's Refugee Commission - 2011
Displaced youth have historically fallen through the cracks of humanitarian services and programming. This report synthesizes findings and recommendations from a multi-year (2008–2011), multi-country research and advocacy project, the Displaced Youth Initiative. The report offers guidance on enhancing nonformal education and livelihoods development opportunities for displaced youth.

  INEE Thematic Issue Brief: Youth
INEE - 2010
This brief summarises the mainstreaming of youth in the INEE Minimum Standards Handbook.

  It's Her Business: A Handbook for Preparing Young, At-Risk Women to Become Entrepreneurs
EMpower - 2010
This handbook is a practical resource for organisations seeking to start or strengthen entrepreneurship programs for young, at-risk women. It outlines the essential components of successful entrepreneurship programs, discusses common challenges and considerations, and provides other useful tips and resources.

  Framing Paper 1 - Education and Oppurtunity: Post-primary and Income Growth
INEE Policy Roundtable 2010 - 2010
This Framing Paper, authored by Joshua Chaffin, with youth partner Stephen Gichohi, considers the connections between post-primary education (PPE) for crisisaffected youth, and income growth interventions.

  Framing Paper 2 - Financing for All: Beyond the Primary Need
INEE Policy Roundtable 2010 - 2010
This Framing Paper, authored by Janice Dolan and Laura Brannnelly, with youth partner Hibist Kassa, explores the extent to which post-primary education options are being financed, what approaches are being taken and the opportunities and challenges for supporting postprimary education in the future.

  Framing Paper 3 - Whole People, Holistic Approaches: Cross-Sectoral Action and Learning
INEE Policy Roundtable 2010 - 2010
This Framing Paper, authored by Barbara Zues with youth partner Kashif Saeed Khan, argues for holistic and participatory programming that capitalizes on cross-sectoral partnerships required to adequately address the complex challenges facing youth

  Youth in Action Against Violence in Schools
Plan Germany - 2007
This manual is packed with exercises and activities to deal with school violence. Activities include identifying areas in school grounds which are less safe, understanding stereotypes and working out how to help someone who has been hurt or bullied.

  The transition of youth from school to work: Issues and policies
UNESCO - 2000
This tool is an international review of issues and programmes concerning transition from school to work and how vocational and technical education can facilitate this transition. It includes country-specific papers (Kenya, Korea, South Africa) as well as regional contributions from Latin America and OECD countries.

  Education for Livelihoods and Civic Participation in Post-Conflict Societies
This paper argues that a holistic approach to technical and vocational education and training (TVET), which takes into account the human and social dimensions of training as well as the economic dimensions, is necessary if TVET is to be integrated into the reconstruction of societies as well as economies. The first half of this paper covers themes regarding TVET, livelihoods and civic participation. The second half introduces the education and training arrangements in Liberia, Uganda and southern Sudan.

  Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Healthkit for Humanitarian Settings: A Companion to the Inter-Agency Field Manual on Reproductive Health
UNFPA and Save the Children - 2009
The ASRH Toolkit for Humanitarian Settings provides information and guidance to advocate for ASRH and implement adolescent-inclusive SRH interventions. The toolkit is meant to accompany Chapter 4 "Adolescent Reproductive Health" of the Inter-Agency Field Manual on Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Settings, IAFM.

  Youth Livelihoods Development Program Guide
USAID and EQUIP3 - 2008
This guide provides a practical set of suggestions and reference materials to improve youth livelihood development practices and to expand programming in this increasingly important area.