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The Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) promotes access to quality, safe, and relevant education for all persons affected by crisis.

JEiE Behind the Pages Journal on Education in Emergencies

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The Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) promotes access to quality, safe, and relevant education for all persons affected by crisis.

    Educate Us Episode 1: Motivation

    Educate Us Episode 1: Motivation

    In this first episode, we introduce some of the key challenges affecting women and girls’ education in crisis-affected contexts. We’ll hear from two women and a young girl on their experiences with education in Kenya and Malawi, and why education is important to them.

    We’d like to thank Global Affairs Canada, World Vision Canada, the Jesuit Refugee Service, and the UN Girls’ Education Initiative, for their support with this episode.

    • 35 min
    [Behind the Pages] JEiE Vol. 6, No. 1 Promo

    [Behind the Pages] JEiE Vol. 6, No. 1 Promo

    The Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE) presents an exciting new installment of its podcast, Behind the Pages. This season, we speak with authors from our Special Issue on Education and the War on Drugs about the education crisis posed by this long-running, transnational conflict. They unpack their experiences conducting research in insecure settings and engaging youth on the frontlines of this war in grassroots activism. You don't want to miss these new insights and fascinating stories from the field!

    The articles discussed in this series can be accessed, for free, in their entirety at: https://inee.org/collections/journal/volume-6-number-1.

    Behind the Pages is hosted by Nathan Thompson and produced by Gabrielle Galanek. JEiE and Behind the Pages are supported by INEE and New York University. Generous support for this season has been provided by Qatar Foundation International.

    • 2 min
    [Behind the Pages] The Effects of Aerial Spraying of Coca Crops on Child Labor

    [Behind the Pages] The Effects of Aerial Spraying of Coca Crops on Child Labor

    In this episode, Claudia Rodriguez discusses the economic and social conditions in Colombia’s coca-growing regions and the role of children in the cultivation of coca. In her research article, “The Effects of Aerial Spraying of Coca Crops on Child Labor, School Attendance, and Educational Lag in Colombia, 2008-2012,” Rodriguez explores the dynamics of a coca eradication policy on educational attainment.

    Behind the Pages, the podcast of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE), features exciting and timely conversations with JEiE authors about their work on education in regions affected by crisis and conflict.

    • 25 min
    [Behind the Pages] Expanding Harm-Reduction Education and Youth Participation

    [Behind the Pages] Expanding Harm-Reduction Education and Youth Participation

    In this episode, Theo Di Castri and Geras reflect on the inaugural year of Catalyst, an innovative drug education program that engages youth at the front lines of the war on drugs in transformative and sustainable grassroots action. In his field note, “Catalyst: Expanding Harm-Reduction Education and Youth Participation in the Context of the War on Drugs,” Di Castri explores how Catalyst’s approach to drug education generates a wider discussion of the sociopolitical harm wrought by the war on drugs and calls young people to action.

    Behind the Pages, the podcast of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE), features exciting and timely conversations with JEiE authors about their work on education in regions affected by crisis and conflict.

    • 28 min
    [Behind the Pages] The Educational Nexus to the War on Drugs

    [Behind the Pages] The Educational Nexus to the War on Drugs

    In this episode, Diana Rodríguez-Gómez and María José Bermeo outline how three decades of education research have framed the intersection of schooling and the war on drugs. In their research article “The Educational Nexus to the War on Drugs: A Systematic Review,” Rodríguez-Gómez and Bermeo argue that the literature has focused narrowly on student drug use and prevention and largely denied the multiple actors, timelines, and locations, including education institutions, that comprise the war on drugs.

    Behind the Pages, the podcast of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE), features exciting and timely conversations with JEiE authors about their work on education in regions affected by crisis and conflict.

    • 30 min
    [Behind the Pages] "If you don't have an education you are no one"

    [Behind the Pages] "If you don't have an education you are no one"

    In this episode, Cirenia Chavez Villegas and Elena Butti unpack the connection between educational attainment and criminal engagement for youth in two hotspots of the war on drugs. In their research article, “‘If you don’t have an education, you are no one’: Understanding the School Experiences of Youth Involved in Drug-Related Crime in Ciudad Juarez and Medellin,” Chavez Villegas and Butti suggest that these youth do not drop out of school in search of money or reputation, rather they are pushed out by a cycle of stigma, segregation, punishment, and exclusion.

    Behind the Pages, the podcast of the Journal on Education in Emergencies (JEiE), features exciting and timely conversations with JEiE authors about their work on education in regions affected by crisis and conflict.

    • 32 min

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