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Webinar | Psycho-Social Support in Education: An Embedded Approach to Child Wellbeing

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Webinar | Psycho-Social Support in Education: An Embedded Approach to Child Wellbeing

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Date of webinar: 
17 Jun 2021
Start and finish time of webinar: 
9:00 am - 12:30 pm ET
Norwegian Refugee Council

Register via this KoBo link.

The Norwegian Refugee Council is delighted to invite you to the ‘Psycho-Social Support in Education: An Embedded Approach to Child Well-being’ online learning platform. The agenda has been pulled together based on the feedback received from the participants of the first learning platform held on 19 November 2020.

Featuring a panel of guest speakers and education in emergency experts, this second edition learning platform is set to explore the process of institutionalising psychosocial support into education responses and why COVID-19 highlights the urgent need to do more.

Here’s what you will learn:

1) The process of embedding psychosocial support components into education systems, and why research proves that this is an effective way of improving child wellbeing.

  • A presentation from the NRC.

2) The successes and lessons learned from institutionalising psychosocial support in Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine.

  • Case studies from the Ministries of Education.

3) Exploring the increasing need for psychosocial support interventions caused by conflict, crises, and the global pandemic.

  • A presentation from the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE).

4) The impact of COVID-19 on students in Palestine.

  • A study from the University of Auckland and the NRC.

5) The differences in wellbeing and academic functioning between Lebanese and Syrian students in Lebanon.

  • A study by the Arctic University of Norway and CERD, the Ministry of Education in Lebanon and the NRC .

6) Exploring the opportunities for further institutionalisation in the coming years.

  • A group participatory activity.

The webinar will be fun and interactive so the NRC asks you to come along with plenty of energy, fully prepared to keep your video cameras on and join in the discussions.

We look forward to your participation!

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