Committing to Comprehensive School Safety and Resilience in the Education Sector: Global launch of the Comprehensive School Safety Framework 2022-2030

Monday 12 September 2022 | 10:00 – 11:00 AM New York time

Location: Online | Organiser: GADRRRES

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Children in schools are facing unprecedented threats to their safety, survival, protection, and their learning and well-being. Climate change, COVID-19, violence, and conflict as well as natural, technological and everyday threats are exacerbating the global education crisis and threatening to derail progress on Sustainable Development Goals. Inequities are growing for children already marginalised by gender, disability, and poverty.

The Global Alliance for Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience in the Education Sector (GADRRRES) undertook a global consultation in 2021 producing the Comprehensive School Safety Framework (CSSF) 2022-2030. This all-hazards, all-risks approach focuses on Enabling Systems and Policies, Safer School Facilities, School Safety and Educational Continuity Management, and Risk Reduction and Resilience Education to support child rights and resilience in the education sector.

On Monday 12 September 2022, GADRRRES launched the revised framework and called for endorsements and commitments to action. During this event, we:

Children in schools are facing unprecedented threats to their safety, survival, protection, and their learning and well-being. Climate change, COVID-19, violence, and conflict as well as natural, technological and everyday threats are exacerbating the global education crisis and threatening to derail progress on Sustainable Development Goals. Inequities are growing for children already marginalised by gender, disability, and poverty.

The Global Alliance for Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience in the Education Sector (GADRRRES) undertook a global consultation in 2021 producing the Comprehensive School Safety Framework (CSSF) 2022-2030. This all-hazards, all-risks approach focuses on Enabling Systems and Policies, Safer School Facilities, School Safety and Educational Continuity Management, and Risk Reduction and Resilience Education to support child rights and resilience in the education sector.

On Monday 12 September 2022, GADRRRES launched the revised framework and called for endorsements and commitments to action. During this event, we:

Children in schools are facing unprecedented threats to their safety, survival, protection, and their learning and well-being. Climate change, COVID-19, violence, and conflict as well as natural, technological and everyday threats are exacerbating the global education crisis and threatening to derail progress on Sustainable Development Goals. Inequities are growing for children already marginalised by gender, disability, and poverty.

The Global Alliance for Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience in the Education Sector (GADRRRES) undertook a global consultation in 2021 producing the Comprehensive School Safety Framework (CSSF) 2022-2030. This all-hazards, all-risks approach focuses on Enabling Systems and Policies, Safer School Facilities, School Safety and Educational Continuity Management, and Risk Reduction and Resilience Education to support child rights and resilience in the education sector.

On Monday 12 September 2022, GADRRRES launched the revised framework and called for endorsements and commitments to action. During this event, we:

  • Reflected on progress in school safety since 2012 and presented the revised CSSF 2022-2030 in the current context.
  • Made the case for a global movement for school safety, beginning with CSSF endorsements and commitments to implementation.

To learn more:

Speakers

  • Gwen Hines, CEO, Save the Children UK
  • Rob Jenkins, Global Director, Education and Adolescent Development, UNICEF
  • Stefania Giannini, Assistant Director-General for Education, UNESCO
  • Neven Knezevic, Education in Emergency Specialist and GADRRRES Chair, UNICEF
  • His Excellency, Nadiem Anwar Makarim, Minister of Education and Culture, Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology, The Republic of Indonesia
  • Drs. Rodolphe Samuel, Minister, Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, St Maarten
  • Maria Marshall, Climate Activist, Barbados
  • Ilandra Ndlovu, Female Researcher and Climate activist, Zimbabwe

Co-Sponsors

This event was co-sponsored by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport of St Maarten

  • Reflected on progress in school safety since 2012 and presented the revised CSSF 2022-2030 in the current context.
  • Made the case for a global movement for school safety, beginning with CSSF endorsements and commitments to implementation.

To learn more:

Speakers

  • Gwen Hines, CEO, Save the Children UK
  • Rob Jenkins, Global Director, Education and Adolescent Development, UNICEF
  • Stefania Giannini, Assistant Director-General for Education, UNESCO
  • Neven Knezevic, Education in Emergency Specialist and GADRRRES Chair, UNICEF
  • His Excellency, Nadiem Anwar Makarim, Minister of Education and Culture, Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology, The Republic of Indonesia
  • Drs. Rodolphe Samuel, Minister, Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, St Maarten
  • Maria Marshall, Climate Activist, Barbados
  • Ilandra Ndlovu, Female Researcher and Climate activist, Zimbabwe

Co-Sponsors

This event was co-sponsored by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport of St Maarten

  • Reflected on progress in school safety since 2012 and presented the revised CSSF 2022-2030 in the current context.
  • Made the case for a global movement for school safety, beginning with CSSF endorsements and commitments to implementation.

To learn more:

Speakers

  • Gwen Hines, CEO, Save the Children UK
  • Rob Jenkins, Global Director, Education and Adolescent Development, UNICEF
  • Stefania Giannini, Assistant Director-General for Education, UNESCO
  • Neven Knezevic, Education in Emergency Specialist and GADRRRES Chair, UNICEF
  • His Excellency, Nadiem Anwar Makarim, Minister of Education and Culture, Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology, The Republic of Indonesia
  • Drs. Rodolphe Samuel, Minister, Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, St Maarten
  • Maria Marshall, Climate Activist, Barbados
  • Ilandra Ndlovu, Female Researcher and Climate activist, Zimbabwe

Co-Sponsors

This event was co-sponsored by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport of St Maarten

COMMITTING TO COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL SAFETY AND RESILIENCE IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR: Comprehensive School Safety Framework 2022-2030

for Child Rights and Resilience in the Education Sector

Global Launch Event

Monday, 12 September 2022
10 am NY/ 4 pm Paris/ 3 pm London

Child rights and resilience in the education sector are threatened by climate, natural and technological, health and everyday hazards as well as violence and conflict. The Comprehensive School Safety Framework offers governments a way to protect children and schools from all risks and all hazards in the education sector.

Join GADRRRES for the global virtual launch of its revised Comprehensive School Safety Framework (CSSF).