Resources


GADRRRES is committed to use the evidence generated by research, to inform practice and policy decisions; and how to capture the evidence generated from practice, to inform research and policy making.

Each of these resources address a key component of Comprehensive School Safety, and includes various types of support: policy guidance, practitioner guidance and research reports.

The resources are divided into the following themes:

Community of Practice: Child-Centred Disaster Risk Reduction (CCDRR) and Comprehensive School Safety (CSS)

A global Community of Practice (CoP) of researchers, practitioners and policy makers committed to helping to identify and bridge the gaps between research, practice and policy.

Join the CCDRR and CSS community of Practice (coming soon)

CCDRR and CSS Research Roadmap

GADRRRES members and the CoP are working together to develop a roadmap (guiding model) to

Read the draft CCDRR and CSS research roadmap (coming soon)

CCDRR and CSS Research, Evidence and Guidance

The research, evidence and guidance is divided into three thematic areas.

Research into Practice Briefs and Summaries

To support practitioners and policy makers understand the latest evidence from research, GADRRRES has partnered with researchers to produce Research into Practice Briefs (R2P briefs) and Summaries. The R2P briefs are concise literature reviews of research findings and best practices in discrete topic areas of relevance to program development and implementation. For practitioners and technical advisers. Summaries are a condensed version in plain language for practitioners.

Read the Research into Practice Briefs and Summaries

Case studies

Practical case studies have been developed to document successes in countries across the globe.

Read the Case Studies

Online CCDRR and CSS bibliography

A collection of academic research and grey literature on CCDRR and CSS, that can be continuously updated collectively by and on behalf of researchers, practitioners and policy staff is located online and is free to access.

Visit the CCDRR and CSS Bibliography (external site)

Resources and Guidance for Implementing Pillar-Specific Actions