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Flooding and resilience: the important role children and young people can play

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Flooding and resilience : the important role children and young people can play . / Walker, Marion Patricia.

In: Newsletter for Foundation for Democracy and Sustainable Development , Vol. Disasters and Democracy, No. April 2016, 03.2016, p. 1-3.

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Walker, MP 2016, 'Flooding and resilience: the important role children and young people can play ' Newsletter for Foundation for Democracy and Sustainable Development , vol. Disasters and Democracy, no. April 2016, pp. 1-3.

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Walker, M. P. (2016). Flooding and resilience: the important role children and young people can play . Newsletter for Foundation for Democracy and Sustainable Development , Disasters and Democracy(April 2016), 1-3.

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Walker MP. Flooding and resilience: the important role children and young people can play . Newsletter for Foundation for Democracy and Sustainable Development . 2016 Mar;Disasters and Democracy(April 2016):1-3.

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Walker, Marion Patricia. / Flooding and resilience : the important role children and young people can play . In: Newsletter for Foundation for Democracy and Sustainable Development . 2016 ; Vol. Disasters and Democracy, No. April 2016. pp. 1-3.

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