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Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction in the Education Sector. RESOURCE MANUAL
New York
There is growing consensus that the twenty-first century will be characterized by greater uncertainty and complexity. This is particularly evident in climate change, the increasingly frequent and intense natural hazards it brings and their human and environmental fallout. Current policies and practices fall short in the face of future environmental challenges. We must strengthen our commitment to the environment. There are implications for all sectors, but education is especially crucial because it can offer children the opportunity to acquire the new skills, attitudes and knowledge they need to survive, develop and thrive. Within a human rights-based approach to education, it is our duty to ensure that all children have this opportunity. More than a billion children go to school. But far too many fail to begin or complete their education. Numerous barriers impede their access: school fees, poor quality of education, discrimination based on gender or disabilities, disruptions triggered by emergencies, and chronic environmental degradation. As emphasized in the Rio+20 outcome document, The Future We Want, full access to quality education at all levels is an essential condition for achieving sustainable development. Our responsibility lies in ensuring equal access to relevant, quality education for all children in order to create not just the future we want, but the future we need. UNICEF has developed this resource manual to assist governments and education practitioners in scaling up and mainstreaming climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction in the education sector. The manual identifies key entry points at the policy, planning and advocacy levels, and it also makes the case for a process based on country-specific evidence and socio-economic analysis. To meet the challenges and seize the opportunities for quality education, multiple stakeholders must participate, collaborate and communicate. The ultimate goal of this resource manual is to integrate climate change adaptation and disaster risk education into the education sector to provide young people with the knowledge and skills to protect the environment and contribute to sustainable and equitable development. Environmental challenges do not change the role of education, but they do change what constitutes equitable, quality education. Such an education must be relevant, aligned with children′s rights and deeply attuned to the present situation as well as future challenges. This resource manual provides practical advice to approach this challenging but crucial task.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Acknowledgements....... ii
Foreword........ iv
Abbreviations....... v
Module 1. Purpose and Content ..... 1
Module 2. Making the Case...... 19
Module 3. Legal Instruments and International Policy Frameworks.. 39
Module 4. Approaches for Scaling Up and Mainstreaming... 53
Module 5. Child and Youth Participation..... 65
Module 6. Analysing Education and Risk and Developing Standards.. 81
Module 7. Monitoring and Evaluation..... 99
Module 8. Planning across Sectors..... 107
Module 9. Implementation...... 139
Module 10. Case Studies...... 155
Albania........ 157
Brazil........ 169
Maldives....... 181
The Philippines....... 195
Zimbabwe....... 201
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