Report DC-PO-1 [*] DEEEP-REPORT-2014-128

Child Rights and Climate Change Adaptation: Voices from Kenya and Cambodia; 40210

E. Polack

Children in a changing climate, IDS, Plan

Abstract: n 2009, research with children, adults, and policymakers took place in drought and flood prone regions of Kenya and Cambodia to see how children saw their rights being linked to changing climatic conditions. This report presents evidence of children’s capacities to analyse, articulate and claim their rights. The children who took part in this research are involved in a programme implemented by Plan to reduce risk of disasters and had received non-formal education on child rights.

Keyword(s): Cambodia ; Changes ; Child Rights ; Children ; Climate ; Disaster ; Droughts ; Education ; Kenya ; Participation ; Policy ; Protection ; Rights ; Risk ; Support ; Violations

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