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Engendering Disaster Risk Reduction Education

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Comment by Christiana Lawson 罗星薇 on March 5, 2013 at 1:51

New course on disaster reduction and gender equality at Beijing Normal University as an elective just started last week. The students will look at disastrous situations in society, and create a photoblog about it. When the blogs are up and running will post them here!

Comment by Christiana Lawson 罗星薇 on March 5, 2013 at 1:49

The website for the 2012 Beijing Normal University training of ~20 geography middle school teachers on "Gender & Disaster Risk Reduction" can be found here: http://219.224.17.14/file2012/twowings/index.html

Comment by Christiana Lawson 罗星薇 on May 23, 2012 at 9:36
For more information on Gender Equality and Cooperation (GEC) in DRR Ed - please visit http://cogssdpe.ning.com/group/engenderingcgssdpe
Comment by Christiana Lawson 罗星薇 on May 23, 2012 at 9:35
Beta Website on "Gender & Disaster Risk Reduction Education" conducted for 6 hours at Beijing Normal University, School of Geography, Geography Education Department. Please share your feedback! http://bgb.powweb.com/english.html
 

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