The Global Partnership for Education and the Evolution of Engagement in Contexts of Conflict and Fragility

Somali Children. Credit: UNICEF/Hana Yoshimoto

Francine Menashy of the University of Massachusetts Boston and Sarah Dryden-Peterson of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, write about the engagement of the Global Partnership for Education in fragile and conflict-affected states.  In their blog, they identify three phases: the firsts one is from 2002 to 2010, with only nascent engagement; the second one from 2011 to 2012, called reflection and revisioning, and the third phase from 2013 onwards, called operationalization.

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