Global Launch of the Comprehensive School Safety Framework 2022-2030 for Child Rights and Resilience in the Education Sector
2022 - 10 - 18
This generation of school children is facing extraordinary threats to their safety, survival, protection, learning and emotional well-being.
This generation of school children is facing extraordinary threats to their safety, survival, protection, learning and emotional well-being. Today, nearly a quarter of the world’s children live in countries affected by disasters or conflicts with limited access to quality. The multitude of hazards, whether originating from natural or health, climate, or conflict is threatening the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals. Children already marginalised by gender, special needs, social exclusion and poverty are the most vulnerable.
Compelled by the growing threats, the Global Alliance for Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience in the Education Sector (GADRRRES) revised its Comprehensive School Safety Framework 2022-2030 (CSSF). The CSSF2022-2030 aims to provide strategic guidance to governments, duty bearers and key actors to promote equitable, safe, and continuous access to quality education for all, and to strengthen the approaches to fulfilling the SDGs goals for risk reduction and resilience in the education sector.
The goals of CSS are to protect learners, educators and staff from death, injury, violence and harm in schools and other learning spaces, plan for education and protection continuity, and limit disruptions to learning in the face of shocks, stresses, hazards and threats of all kinds and promote knowledge and skills of learners and duty-bearers, to contribute to risk reduction, resilience building, and sustainable development.
Read the full document: https://inee.org/sites/default/files/resources/The-Comprehensive-School-Safety-Framework-2022-2030-for-Child-Rights-and-Resilience-in-the-Education-Sector.pdf
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