Children and Youth

Tearfund training helps people in low-lying areas of Bangladesh prepare for catastrophic storms. An appeal launched by Tearfund aims to support people affected by climate crisis.
The project aims to address children’s vulnerabilities due to climate change and strengthen the capacity of institutions, families, and communities through child-centred climate interventions.
Global Alliance for Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience in the Education Sector
European Commission
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre
The Africa Youth Advisory Board (AYAB) leads an event at the Africa Regional Platform for DRR
This year’s Africa Regional Platform for DRR takes place at a challenging time with a serious health crisis being propagated by the COVID-19 pandemic across the continent and the world at large.
Members of the public join a disaster drill in Tokyo, Japan
15 Nov 2021
This collection comprises a growing body of derived Family Safety and Resilience Plans and other guidance for household and school-based preparedness.
Students attend class while wearing masks in Shah Alam, Malaysia
15 Nov 2021
This collection includes a set of research and analysis reports intended to provide a brief and readable context analysis regarding school safety.
Students return home after heavy rains in Kanchanaburi, Thailand
15 Nov 2021
Explore research products and tools documenting hazard impacts on educational continuity, attainment and investments, as well as individual, household and socio-economic consequences.
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This briefing paper sets out how leaders can protect children’s learning from the impacts of the climate crisis, and the role that education can play in equipping the next generation with the tools they need to protect against its worst impacts.
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his article focuses on children’s participation in disaster risk reduction. School children conducted participatory mapping with LEGO and the video game Minecraft to assess disaster risk in their locality and identify ways to be more prepared.