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Comprehensive school safety: Working towards a global framework for climate smart disaster risk reduction, bridging development and humanitarian action in the education sector

Source(s):  Plan International
Save the Children International (SCI)
United Nations Children's Fund (Global Headquarters, New York) (UNICEF)
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization - Headquarters (UNESCO)
World Vision International (WVI)

The past decade has brought children’s advocates together:

  • To promote disaster risk reduction throughout the education sector along with education for sustainable development and

  • To assure universal access to quality education

At the core of these child-centered, and evidence-based efforts are the recognition of children’s rights to survival and protection as well as to education and participation.

The purpose of this framework for Comprehensive School Safety is to bring these efforts into a clear and unified focus in order for education sector partners to work more effectively, as well as to link with similar efforts in all other sectors.



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  • Comprehensive school safety: Working towards a global framework for climate smart disaster risk reduction, bridging development and humanitarian action in the education sector
  • Publication date 2012
  • Number of pages 6 p.

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