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Child-Centred Disaster Risk Reduction: Achievements, Challenges, and Scope
Child-Centred Disaster Risk Reduction: Achievements, Challenges, and Scope
18 Aug 2015

Child-Centred Disaster Risk Reduction: Achievements, Challenges, and Scope

Child centred-disaster risk reduction (CC-DRR) is  defined as disaster risk reduction measures for and with children, involving children, parents, communities, service providers and governments (Unicef, 2014). Emerging as a distinct approach to disaster risk reduction over the last several years, CC-DRR advocates a shift from seeing children as passive victims to seeing them as agents of change for their own well-being and the development of their communities (Benson & Bugge, 2007).

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National research priorities for natural hazards

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