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2017 Seeds for a safer tomorrow toolkit: For promoting cross-generational dialogues and actions towards Sendai Framework implementation

Source(s):  United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth, Disaster Risk Reduction Working Group (UNMGCY)

This guide aims to: 1. Raise awareness about the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 and its importance; 2. Empower children and youth with knowledge and skills to meaningfully contribute to the implementation of the Sendai Framework; 3. Prepare children and youth for the GPDRR and future applications of the Sendai Framework; 4. Provide a networking space for children and youth active in DRR to meet and build potential partnerships beyond the conference.

Although young people are at risk for injury and death, they can engage in strategies to reduce this vulnerability. They can be engaged in disaster risk management, risk assessment, active problem-solving, promoting critical thinking, and increase ir thewillingness to take on future challenges. 



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  • 2017 Seeds for a safer tomorrow toolkit: For promoting cross-generational dialogues and actions towards Sendai Framework implementation
  • Publication date 2017
  • Number of pages 16 p.

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