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INEE Conflict Sensitive Education Training

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  1. INEE Conflict Sensitive Education Training

  2. At the end of this module participants will: Understand why conflict sensitive education is important. Know the three-part definition of conflict sensitive education. Know when conflict sensitive education should be used or is applicable. Be familiar with the INEE Conflict Sensitive Education Pack.

  3. Why focus on conflict sensitive education?

  4. Two Faces of Education When given in conflict affected contexts education can: • reinforce and prolong the conflict, and • reduce tensions and strengthen people’s capacities to disengage from conflict.

  5. How Education Can Affect Conflict

  6. So…. How do we ensure the education programs and policies we deliver do not make conflict worse?

  7. Defining Conflict Sensitive Education

  8. Step 1: Understand the context What do we need to know about the conflict context?

  9. What is conflict analysis?

  10. Why do a conflict analysis?

  11. Step 2: Analyze the interaction between education and context What do we need to analyze?

  12. INEE CSE Pack Reflection Tool Follow-up and References Your Responses Questions

  13. Defining Conflict Sensitive Education

  14. INEE CSE Pack Guidance Note 5 Domains of the INEE Minimum Standards ________________________________________________________ Foundational Standards Access and Learning Environment Teaching and Learning Teachers and other Education Personnel Education Policy

  15. Conflict Sensitive Strategies for Training, Professional Development and Support

  16. Where and when is CSE applicable?

  17. Applies Across All Phases of Conflict Conflict Sensitive Education Acute Conflict Outbreak Post Conflict Reconstruction

  18. Applies across types of work Conflict Sensitive Education Programs and Policies

  19. Applies Across All Levels of Education Conflict Sensitive Education

  20. Real examples of Conflict Sensitive Education Strategies

  21. INEE CSE Pack Guiding Principles

  22. Activity • Handout #1 Introduction to Conflict Sensitive Education • Time: 25 min. in group, 15 min. discussion • Instructions: • Read the text. • Then discuss with your group the possible answers to the corresponding questions. • Request one participant to write down the answers on scratch paper.

  23. What Conflict Sensitive Education is/is not

  24. INEE Conflict Sensitive Education Resources Find the INEE Conflict Sensitive Education Pack on the INEE website at: http://www.ineesite.org/en/education-fragility/conflict-sensitive-education Find the INEE Conflict Sensitive Education Training Materials at: http://toolkit.ineesite.org/toolkit/Toolkit.php?PostID=1159 For more information on INEE and its working groups visit www.ineesite.org

  25. Supplementary Slides

  26. Analyze the interaction between education and context • Implicit Ethical Messages • Resource Transfers

  27. Peacebuilding vs. Conflict Sensitivity

  28. Why do a conflict analysis? Conflict Sensitive Education Strategies

  29. Step 1: Understand conflict context Step 2: Analyze interaction between education and the conflict context

  30. What is a conflict analysis?

  31. INEE CSE Pack and Training Development Process INEE • Open, global network of 10,000+ members in 170 countries • 3 Working Groups(Minimum Standards, Education and Fragility, Education Cannot Wait Advocacy) INEE CSE Pack • 2013 • Led by the members of the Working Groups: Minimum Standards and Education and Fragility • Developed though consultative process including piloting of tools INEE CSE Training • 2014 • Led by members of INEE Minimum Standards Group • Developed through consultative process including pilot testing: 55 organizations, Liberia and Harvard Graduate School of Education, 20 countries

  32. Conflict Analysis

  33. At the end of this module participants will: Know what a conflict analysis is and where, when, and how it is conducted. Understand why a conflict analysis is critical to conflict sensitive education. Be able to apply a mini-conflict analysis.

  34. Defining Conflict Sensitive Education

  35. Defining Conflict Sensitive Education

  36. Activity: Why do we need a conflict analysis? • To understand the background and history of the situation as well as current events • To identify all the relevant groups involved, not just the main or obvious ones • To understand the perspectives of all these groups and how they relate to each other • To identify factors and trends that underpin conflicts • To begin to see openings to address the conflict situation, build peace, resolve conflicts • To provide a map of the environment in which we are going to program • To engage stakeholders to participate and develop a shared understanding of the context • To inform our selection of education program and policy strategies so that we can avoid contributing to conflict and promote peace

  37. Step 1: Understand the context What do we need to know about the conflict context?

  38. Step 1: Understand the context A conflict analysis examines…

  39. Conflict Analysis • Positions • Interests • Needs • Capacities (for conflict or for peace) • Relationships Actors

  40. Conflict Analysis: The Conflict Actors Map Secondary Party Stakeholder Secondary Party Primary Party Issues Primary Party Stakeholder Issues Secondary Party

  41. Conflict Analysis • Root / Structural • Proximate • Triggers Causes

  42. Conflict Analysis: The Conflict Tree Effects Conflict Issue Rrënjët Srž Root Causes

  43. Conflict Analysis • Trends – patterns over time • Windows of opportunities – identifying the strengths • Scenarios – predict what is likely to occur in the future Dynamics

  44. Conflict Analysis: Trends Overtime

  45. Conflict Analysis • History • Political, economic, socio-cultural, environmental and security context Profile

  46. Conflict Analysis: Profile Map

  47. Conflict Analysis • Connectors – things that bring people together across lines of fighting/ conflict • Dividers – things that separate people

  48. Analysis can be carried out at different levels of the conflict depending on where you are programming. • Macro-level: Explores the origins and dynamics of international/national level conflicts • Meso-level: Explores the origins and dynamics of regional/State level conflicts • Micro-level: Explores the origins and dynamics of city/village (community, schools, households, inter-personal, intra-personal) level conflicts