Education & School Safety

For this study, authors conducted four focus groups during spring and summer 2021, to elicit recommendations for increasing the reach and effectiveness of heat risk education and warning messaging.
Arlington, VA; Burlington, VT; Remote
Closing date
The Capacity Building and Adult Education Specialist will monitor, develop, and manage capacity-building approaches for stakeholders and across activities. The deadline is 31 October 2022.
Houston residents clean up debris after heavy flooding brought about by Hurricane Harvey
Researchers recommend that school districts create specific emergency plans to prepare for future disasters – and that the emergency plan should focus on mental health, especially for educators.
ASEAN_Reopen, Recovery and Resilience in Education Guidelines for ASEAN Countries
This policy brief aims to inform national-level policy decisions in the ASEAN around safe school reopening and operations, learning recovery, and continuity in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as any future emergencies/disruptions.
Reopen, Recover and Resilience in Education: One Vision One Identity One Community Guidelines for ASEAN Countries
These guidelines are intended to help Member States of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to reopen schools and keep them open for safe in-person education.
This policy brief was developed to assist policymakers in unpacking and understanding inequality in relation to achieving the SDGs in the ASEAN region and inform the initiatives of ASEAN sectoral bodies to build back better from the pandemic.
Paris, France
Closing date
UNESCO is recruiting a consultant to provide coordination support and technical assistance to help GADRRRES advance its mission. The deadline is 2 September 2022.
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This briefing details lessons learned in implementing a regional multi-hazard emergency preparedness, disaster risk reduction, and Child Protection in Emergencies (CPiE) project in the Thailand and the Philippines from May 2020 to June 2022.
The CSSF 2022-2030 is an all-hazards, all-risks approach to protecting children and education, offering governments a practical framework to make urgent progress across a multitude of children’s rights and the sustainable development agenda.
UNICEF Risk-informed Education Programming for Resilience
This Guidance Note aims to help those who are working in humanitarian, transition, and development contexts to analyze risk and adapt education policies and programs to take risk into account, so that education populations and systems are more resilient.