Children’s Participation in Disaster Risk Reduction as Curriculum

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Children’s Participation in Disaster Risk Reduction as Curriculum. Dian Fikriani* and Jane Bone** * Gadjah Mada University Indonesia. **Monash University Australia. Full Reference: Fikriani, D. & Bone, J. (2014). Children’s participation in disaster risk reduction as curriculum. NZ Research in […]

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