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Conflict Risk Reduction

Guidance on Risk-Informed Programming


How to integrate an analysis of risk into child rights-focused planning and programming. The UNICEF Guidance for Risk-informed Programming (GRIP) is a package of general and sector-specific modules that propose

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Needs Assessment Report of Syrian Non-Camp Refugees in Sanliurfa/Turkey

Zeynep M. Turkmen Sanduvac, Mavi Kalem Social Assistance & Charity Association and Concern Worldwide   |   PDF

Since the onset of the war in Syria the Turkish authorities emergency response system has mobilised substantial internal resources to provide assistance to Syrian people seeking refuge from the fighting.

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Risk Matrix Emergency Profile: Dominican Republic Sample

UNICEF, UNICEF   |   Word Doc

Sample Dominican Republic, Emergency Profile, May 2004

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Comprehensive School Safety Framework


The CSS framework is intended to advance the goals of the Worldwide Initiative for Safe Schools and the Global Alliance for Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience in the Education Sector,

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EiE Harmonized Training Package Module 12: Risk Reduction

Education Cluster Unit, INEE, INEE   |   PDF, Powerpoint, Word Doc

Developed by INEE and the IASC Education Cluster, the EiE harmonized training package combines training materials from the original INEE Minimum Standards, IIEP and the Front Line Responders training packages.

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Defining the Gaps: The Case of Afghanistan

Susan Wardak, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Ministry of Education   |   PDF

This paper provides a snap shot review of the accomplishments in various areas of education in Afghanistan and attempts to highlight some Gaps of serious consequences and finally makes recommendations

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Post-Conflict Education: Time for a Reality Check?

Peter Buckland, FMR Education Supplement   |   PDF

While education does not cause wars, nor end them, every education system has the potential either to exacerbate or to mitigate the conditions that contribute to violent conflict.

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Basic Content for Disaster Risk Reduction Education

Marla Petal, INEE   |   PDF

This one-page tool provides a pictoral overview of the basic elements of disaster risk reduction education with regard to assessment and planning (household, community, organization), physical protection (structural, non-structural, infrastructure,

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Outcome Report: Where Peace Begins, The Pivotal Role of Education for Lasting Peace

Sue Rooks, Save the Children   |   PDF

Most people recognize instinctively the role of education in preventing conflict and in building peace. Now it is time to begin to work toward the establishment of peace in countries

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Opportunities for Change: education innovation and reform during and after conflict

Edited by Susan Nicolai, UNESCO   |   PDF

War and conflict have a considerable negative impact on the education sector. However, even as education systems are damaged or destroyed by violence, multiple opportunities emerge for positive innovation and

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