Education Resources

The path to informed advocacy starts with education. 

The In-Sight Collaborative team is dedicated to convening some of the best educational resources available in one place where learners of all educational levels can access new information to expand their horizons. Explore a combination of In-Sight Collaborative original content as well as materials developed by other partners or members of the forced migration network.

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Donor Education
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Social Media Education
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Recommended News Sources

A question we are frequently asked is, "how do I know my money is going to where it is needed most?" 

This donor education tool is designed to help you understand how fundraising and donorship work in the nonprofit sector and provides a new framework for you to use when it comes to deciding how to donate your money. 

How can you ensure that your social media use and consumption are not contributing to the endangerment of displaced populations? 

This can be a tricky and sensitive topic to navigate. Our social media education tool is designed to help you move towards more conscientious and informed use of social media platforms.

In-Sight Collaborative recognizes that mainstream media outlets can portray the wrong narrative around forced displacement and migration. 

Here are some news sites our team has identified that center the migrant population and ensure that their stories and voices are not just heard, but prioritized.

Programs

Summer Mentorship Program

In-Sight Collaborative's Mentorship Program is designed to provide a unique opportunity for current or aspiring humanitarian sector participants to come and get a glimpse at the intersectionality of humanitarian action and how all of us can play a meaningful role from our own respective sectors. 

Launched in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, this program was designed to help establish a professional network and gain valuable sector experience when students and young professionals were unable to find opportunities with other agencies. 

Since then, the program has evolved to a direct-mentorship structure where participants with an interest in leadership can start the process of becoming mentors for the next generation of humanitarians. 

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Esraa Sayed

Egypt

"Without this program, I'd have spent my life wondering if I'll ever be able to support humanitarian issues, now I can say that I can".

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Mohammad Aboulwafa

Egypt

"For me it was a great experience and an excellent opportunity to be a part of this program because I find it very challenging to gather all these persons with their differences towards an important goal like that, for me I find it a life-changing experience because it helps me to see what I couldn't do."

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Luana Nunes

Portugal

"I want to be aware of what is happening around the world, I don’t want to be another person pretending that everything is ok, when it's not. This program was very challenging and it made me wonder about everything, even about myself."

Muhammad al Mahroof

Nigeria

" I learned from the experiences of some refugees and also those who make research into their issues and those who are directly involved in providing services and succour to refugees. The program was a big eye opener for me as I look forward to an opportunity to volunteer as a humanitarian and also keep open the network created from this training."

Stay tuned for the opening of our application cycle for this year's program. 

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