Document / Publication

  • Do more with your content!Discover PreventionWeb Services
  • Child-centred urban resilience framework: a tool for inclusive city planning
    https://www.preventionweb.net/go/71710

    Email sent!

    An email has been sent to the email addresses provided, with a link to this content.

    Thank you for sharing!

    OK

Child-centred urban resilience framework: a tool for inclusive city planning

Source(s):  Australian Journal of Emergency Management (AIDR) (AJEM)

The Child-Centred Urban Resilience Framework (CCURF) was developed to assist the work of child-centred organisations to build resilience in cities in support of children. The CCURF is guided by urban systems thinking and aligns child and human rights and gender-sensitive approaches with urban development and promotes children as agents of resilience. The CCURF sets out four strategic action areas:

  • Sustaining life for children by improving access to basic services, ensuring decent work and safeguarding survival and development.
  • Mobilising the community to value the protection and promotion of child and human rights through increased security and protection (especially for girls) and calling for community and stakeholder involvement.
  • Making safe places where children can live, play and grow by providing child- and gender-sensitive infrastructure as well as information that children can access.
  • Promoting integration so that managing and planning cities is responsive to and inclusive of children.



Add this content to your collection!

Enter an existing tag to add this content to one or more of your current collections. To start a new collection, enter a new tag below.

See My collections to name and share your collection
Back to search results to find more content to tag

Log in to add your tags
  • Child-centred urban resilience framework: a tool for inclusive city planning
  • Publication date 2020
  • Author(s) Pokharel, Suresh; McDonald, Kirsten; Saxby, Anna
  • Number of pages 2 p.

Please note:Content is displayed as last posted by a PreventionWeb community member or editor. The views expressed therein are not necessarily those of UNDRR PreventionWeb, or its sponsors. See our terms of use