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Sunday, November 28, 2021
Mar 1 2021 - In the lead up to International Women’s Day, the Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE), Education Cannot Wait (ECW) and the UN Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI), are launching a new core resource package for gender in education in emergencies: the ‘EiE-GenKit’!
Register here to join us for a launch event, on Wednesday 3 March 07:00 EST | 13:00 CET | 15:00 EAT.
The event will start with a short film providing an overview of the rationale behind developing the EiE-GenKit, its contents and usage, and its relevance in the current COVID-19 climate. An intergenerational panel discussion will follow, featuring the leadership of INEE, ECW and UNGEI, and representatives from UNICEF, Plan Canada, Compact for Young People in Humanitarian Action, and the Generation Equality Youth Task Force. Register: bit.ly/EiE-GenKit-2021
In a time where the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated existing gender and education inequalities, particularly affecting adolescent girls, the EiE-GenKit is a global good to improve gender-responsiveness and inclusivity in EiE interventions.
Help us promote the launch
We have prepared a social media pack in English, French, Portuguese and Arabic which can be accessed here. Below is a suggested post for your channels with a social media card attached.
Launching next week: the EiE-GenKit – a new core resource package on gender in EiE!
Join @ungei @INEEtweets @Educannotwait for the launch event with #gender and #EiE experts, practitioners & young leaders http://bit.ly/EiE-GenKit-2021 #IWD2021
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