Inclusion

Ensuring an all-of-society engagement and partnership for DRR through empowerment and inclusive, accessible and non-discriminatory participation, paying special attention to people disproportionately affected by disasters, especially the poorest.

Latest Inclusion additions in the Knowledge Base

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The research identified and examined the shaping factors of DiDRR in schools from the perspective of teachers and principals. Testing of the construct in the DiDRR model is intended to give more valid information about the concepts.
Women conduct a disaster risk assessment in a rural village in Lao PDR.
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This systematic review highlights the scarcity of research integrating a gender perspective into climate policy impact assessments and calls for more gender-sensitive analyses and the application of feminist theory to address this gap.
weADAPT
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In this study, we aimed to understand the consistency in climate change impact reports and factors influencing consistency at site and individual levels with Indigenous Peoples and local communities.
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This publication focuses on how Indigenous knowledge and practices are essential not only for resource conservation, but also for their own resilience and for global climate action.
Illustration with Black men and women
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The impacts of climate change disproportionately affect the least prepared and most disadvantaged. Locally-led adaptation initiatives must recognise these intersectional power imbalances to be truly empowering.
Climate and Development Knowledge Network
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The urgency to address both population ageing and climate change necessitates a rethink and assessment of the impact of climate change on older people.
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The case for federal heat protection laws.
Yale Climate Connections
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This report examines the consequences and risks of extreme heat through a human rights lens and offers concrete recommendations for actions that can be taken – starting now – to protect populations from harm.
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