This report provides a summary of existing research on the non-academic benefits of education in a conflict setting
This report examines:
the contribution of education to child protection during an active conflict
the contribution of education to well-being and resilience building during a conflict;
evidence that disaster risk reduction education in schools leads to improved resilience, both at the individual and community level
the extent to which education contributes to peace-building and stabilisation during and in the aftermath of conflict, and how.
Health and Education Advice and Resource Team (HEART). The role of education in contributing to safety and well-being in conflict settings: Helpdesk Report: HEART, Oxford, UK (2016) 24p
The role of education in contributing to safety and well-being in conflict settings
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