Safer Learning Environments Training, Washington, D.C. - December 2017
SLE is dedicated to addressing education in conflict and crisis environments as a function of providing security, services, infrastructure, and stability, where the absence of such fundamental requirements will prevent effective learning.
USAID and Safer Learning Environments Presentation -Nina Weisenhorn
School-Related Gender-Based Violence Presentation -Julie Hanson Swanson and Kalene Resler
Links referred to in the presentation—SRGBV Resources:
- USAID Conceptual Framework for Measuring SRGBV
- Global Guidance on SRGBV
- A Rigorous Review of Global Research Evidence on Policy and Practice on SRGBV
- Addressing School-Related Gender-Based Violence is Critical for Safe LearningEnvironments in Refugee Contexts
- KNOW Violence in Childhood Reports
- Guide of Strengthening Gender Equality and Inclusiveness in Teaching and Learning Materials
SRGBV Global Data Sources:
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Video 1: Toxic Stress
Video 2: ECR Project in Nigeria: Example of including social and emotional learning in formal and non-formal education
Video 3: Mindfulness education in Colombia
Links for further reading:
- An example of integration of psychosocial support programs into the public education sector (Lebanon).
- Essence of Learning: A combination of pedagogical and psychosocial components that are oriented towards the development of the child (Switzerland, Gaza, Palestine).
- Teachers for Teachers: Strengthening teacher professional development in crisis/conflict and supporting teachers to promote their own well-being and build their own social and emotional competencies (Kenya).
- PISOTÓN: Fostering the psycho-affective development of children through emotional education programs (Colombia)