Education & School Safety

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This study examines and assesses the crisis communication of U.S. colleges and universities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic using the best practices framework.
School girls walking in a road in Bangladesh
A growing flood of Bangladeshi children are seeing their education end permanently as they flee climate impacts for urban slums
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This publication documents 15 ideas adopted and implemented by educational institutes in Africa, and across the globe. The purpose is to provide examples on adaptation and climate resilience in schools, amplifying real life climate adaptation actions.
For one Māori community, a board game sparked serious discussions about flood risk.
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Starting from the unexplored level of the fire safety of citizens in Serbia, this paper presents the results of quantitative research regarding a fire safety behavior model for residential buildings in Serbia.
A scrabble board with the words climate change placed on the board.
Using a game with 42 cards, each representing a factor for climate change, participants discover climate causes and consequences. This teaching model way created by a French professor who tested the game with his students, based on the IPCC’s findings.
Children wearing virtual reality devices
A new virtual reality experience developed by the University of South Australia is educating children about bushfires and helping them learn how to be safer in such incidents. They participate in problem-solving activities to save themselves and the dog.
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The main purpose of the job is to carry out research, teaching and administration within the IRDR, especially in the broad area of geophysical hazard risks and resilience, and to contribute to curriculum development and teaching on the IRDR.
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The main purpose of the job is to carry out research, teaching and administration within the IRDR, especially in the areas of risk and disaster reduction, and to contribute to curriculum development and teaching on the IRDR.
This generation finds itself part of a problem it did not create, but it is also part of the solution.