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Chapter 10 Communications, information, education

Further reading

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AfricaAdapt and Stockholm Environmental Institute, Risk Communication Guide for Climate Change Practitioners in Africa (Dakar: AfricaAdapt, 2013),
Association for Progressive Communications, Pro-poor ICT Access Toolkit,
G. Bessette, Involving the Community: A Guide to Participatory Development Communication (Ottowa/Penang: IDRC/Southbound, 2004),
A. Burke, Communications and Development: A Practical Guide (London: Department for International Development, 1999),
C. Chapelier and A. Shah, Improving Communication between Humanitarian Aid Agencies and Crisis-affected People: Lessons from the Infoasaid Project, Network Paper 74 (London: Overseas Development Institute, 2013),
J. Coffman, Public Communication Campaign Evaluation (Cambridge, MA: Harvard Family Research Project, 2002),
Communication for Social Change Consortium website:
M. E. Figueroa et al., Communication for Social Change: An Integrated Model for Measuring the Process and Its Outcomes (New York; Rockefeller Foundation and Johns Hopkins University Center for Communications Programs, 2002),
IFRC, Public Awareness and Public Education for Disaster Risk Reduction: A Guide (Geneva: IFRC, 2011),
M. Lloyd-Laney, Making Knowledge Networks Work for the Poor: Final Report (Rugby: ITDG, 2003),
P. Mefalopulos, Development Communication Sourcebook: Broadening the Boundaries of Communication (Washington DC: World Bank, 2008),
M. Myers, Monitoring and Evaluating Information and Communication for Development (ICD) Programmes: Guidelines (London: DFID, 2005),
S. Nathe et al., Public Education for Earthquake Hazards, Natural Hazards Informer 2 (Boulder, CO: University of Colorado Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center, 1999),
B. Wisner, Let Our Children Teach Us! A Review of the Role of Education and Knowledge in Disaster Risk Reduction (Bangalore: Books for Change, 2006),
World Disasters Report 2005: Focus on Information in Disasters (Geneva: International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, 2005)

School safety and DRR education

P. Bastidas and M. Petal, Assessing School Safety from Disasters: A Global Baseline Report (Geneva: UNISDR Thematic Platform for Knowledge and Education, 2012),
M. Petal, Disaster Prevention for Schools: Guidance for Education Sector Decision Makers (Geneva: UNISDR, 2008),
D. Selby and F. Kagawa, Disaster Risk Reduction in School Curricula: Case Studies from Thirty Countries (Paris/Geneva: UNESCO/UNICEF, 2012),
UNICEF et al., Comprehensive School Safety, 2013,
UNISDR, One Million Safe Schools and Hospitals Campaign, resources page,
UNISDR/UNESCO, Towards a Culture of Prevention: Disaster Risk Reduction Begins at School. Good Practices and Lessons Learned (Geneva/Paris: UNISDR/UNESCO, 2007),
UNISDR/UNICEF, Good Practices and Tools on Disaster Risk Reduction in Education in Central Asia (Geneva: UNISDR/UNICEF, 2009),