Words into Action: Children and Youth - Section 3

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Explores inclusive DRR as called for in the Sendai Framework, which requires a meaningful commitment to leave no child or youth behind no matter where they live, who they are and the influences on their lives. Shows how inclusive DRR benefits society

2016

Disasters displaced around 19.2 million people across 113 countries in 2015, more than twice the number who fled conflict and violence. Over the past eight years, a total of 203.4 million, or an average of 25.4 million displacements have been recorded

Norwegian Refugee Council Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre
2016

The Toolkit outlines how to use storytelling and talking circles to facilitate the sharing of Traditional Knowledge (TK) about Aboriginal resilience among TK holders, their communities and local emergency management practitioners. It focuses on accessing

Justice Institute of British Columbia
2017

This brief is a summary document of the Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (IDRR) Policy Paper published in 2017. It provides a global overview of the 'IDRR' sector of intervention. 

The full Policy paper explains in detail the main reasons for

Humanity & Inclusion
2017

The purpose of Including Children with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action is to make sure that children and women with disabilities, and their families, are included in humanitarian action.

These booklets provide insight into the situation of children

United Nations Children's Fund (Global Headquarters, New York)
2019

This technical paper on women’s voices and agencies in community-based disaster risk reduction (CBDRR) draws on the Gender-Focused Situation Analysis carried out in project sites of the members of the Afghanistan Resilience Consortium (ARC). The ARC has

UK Aid Afghanistan Resilience Consortium (ARC)
2011

To promote and facilitate a rights-based approach to disaster relief, the Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) adopted Operational Guidelines on Human Rights and Natural Disasters in 2006. The Guidelines are a major contribution to the promotion of a

Inter-Agency Standing Committee Brookings Institution, the