The Education and Conflict Monitor is an initiative of the Education Above All Foundation working in collaboration with its partners including the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack, Insecurity Insight, and Re-coded to collect, share and visualize data on education insecurity. Conflict and insecurity are no reasons to deprive individuals and communities of their right to safe, quality education. Our goal is to make accurate data available to decision-makers during armed conflict and in humanitarian situations to prevent further conflict, to protect the right to education, and to ensure that post-conflict societies can harness the power of education to build peace.
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19 October 2021
| Dataset date: January 01, 2013-December 31, 2020
This dataset updates: As needed
This dataset is extracted from the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack (GCPEA)’s flagship report, Education Under Attack. The report is the result of independent research conducted by GCPEA.
Generous support for the report was provided by the Education Above All Foundation, the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and an anonymous donor. Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health contributed in-kind research support. For more information, visit eua2018.protectingeducation.org or protectingeducation.org.
13 March 2021
| Dataset date: May 01, 2019-February 28, 2021
This dataset updates: Never
This dataset and visualisation show the results of a trial conducted by the Centre for Humanitarian Data and the Artificial Intelligence for Disaster Response (AIDR) project from May 2019 to February 2021, using machine learning to identify Twitter posts relevant to education insecurity in English, French, and Arabic for countries in Africa and the Middle East. The visualisation combines the Twitter results with reports on education insecurity from the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data (ACLED) project, to test for correlations.