Asia-Pacific regional synthesis: climate change, displacement and the right to education

UNESCO and UNU-IAS, Asia-Pacific regional synthesis: climate change, displacement and the right to education, (Bangkok: UNESCO, UNESCO Bangkok Office, and UNU-IAS, 2023).

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  • Author UNESCO
    UNU-IAS
    Title Asia-Pacific regional synthesis: climate change, displacement and the right to education
    Publication Date 2023-04
    Place of Publication Bangkok
    Publisher UNESCO, UNESCO Bangkok Office, and UNU-IAS
    Pages CLXX,170
    Language eng
    Abstract This regional synthesis report aims to guide policymakers through providing operational policy recommendations on how to ensure education is protected in Asia and the Pacific in the face of climate change and displacement from a human rights-based approach. The report is one of four being developed and will contribute to the global initiative on climate change and displacement and the right to education – launched by UNESCO in 2020 – by informing the development of a Global Report with global policy recommendations.
    UNBIS Thesaurus CLIMATE CHANGE
    DISPLACED PERSONS
    CASE STUDIES
    RIGHT TO EDUCATION
    EDUCATIONAL POLICY
    ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
    BANGLADESH
    INDIA
    INDONESIA
    TUVALU
    VIET NAM
    Keyword Refugee education
    Copyright Holder UNESCO and UNU-IAS
    Copyright Year 2023
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789231005862
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