The discussion intended to shed light on the complexities surrounding the role of education in the peace process, but also the opportunities that can come from it.
Monastic education refers to a nation-wide network of schools run by monasteries and nunneries that have long provided free education to girls and boys of all backgrounds, mostly attracting students from poor, ethnic and migrant communities.
Education for ethnic nationalities includes the systems established by civilian administrations associated with Ethnic Armed Organisations (EAO) and networks of community-run schools supported by civil society organisations in ethnic areas.
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The EiE training module is designed based on Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) minimum standards and UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). The training covered both theoretical and practical aspects of EiE.