Implementation of the Safe Schools Declaration
Implementation of the commitments outlined in the Safe Schools Declaration can lead to positive changes on the ground. In the short time since the Declaration was opened for endorsement, good evidence has already emerged across different regions that its implementation leads to tangible improvements in protecting education.
Measures to implement the various commitments in the Declaration should be adapted according to the context and capacity of each State. GCPEA has collected examples of concrete measures to protect students and teachers from attack, and schools and universities from attack and military use, which can serve as inspiration to fellow States and other stakeholders.
For further information or advice on how to implement the Declaration and the Guidelines, please contact email@example.com.
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Implementation Resource Bank
Click on the commitments below to see examples of good practice, as well as resources, international standards, and tools.