Publications (1999-)

Books

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2015). Disaster Risk Reduction Education Toolkit. St. Michael, Barbados: Caribbean Disaster Emergency Agency (CDEMA).

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (eds). (2015). Sustainability Frontiers: Critical and Transformative Voices from the Borderlands of Sustainability Education. Leverkusen, Germany: Barbara Budrich Publishers.

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa (2014). Child-Friendly Schooling for Peacebuilding. New York: UNICEF. 124pp. https://www.unicef.org/education/files/Child-Friendly_Schooling_for_Peacebuilding.pdf

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2014). Towards a Learning Culture of Safety and Resilience: Technical Guidance for Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction in the School Curriculum. Paris: UNESCO/Geneva: UNICEF. 229pp. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0022/002293/229336e.pdf

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2013). Towards a Learning Culture of Safety and Resilience: Technical Guidance for Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction in the School Curriculum (Pilot Version). Paris: UNESCO/ Geneva: UNICEF. 2013. 192pp. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0021/002194/219412e.pdf

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2013). Climate Change in the Classroom: UNESCO Course for Secondary Teachers on Climate Change Education for Sustainable Development. Paris: UNESCO. http://www.unesco.org/new/ccesd

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2012). Disaster Risk Reduction in School Curricula: Case Studies from Thirty Countries. Paris: UNESCO/Geneva:UNICEF. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0021/002170/217036e.pdf

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (eds.). (2010). Education and Climate Change: Living and Learning in Interesting Times. New York: Routledge. 276pp. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415805858/

David Selby, Dick Holland, James Gray-Donald & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2002). Cultivating peace in the 21st Century. Toronto: Classroom Connections. [This publication received the Canada Peace Education Prize for 2003] http://www.cultivatingpeace.ca/cpmaterials/module1/

 

Book Chapters

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2020).  ‘Climate Change and Coronavirus: A Confluence of Crises as Learning Moment’. In: Pádraig Carmody, Gerard McCann, Clodagh Colleran & Ciara O’Halloran. (eds.). COVID-19 in the Global South: Impacts and Responses. Bristol: Bristol University Press. 17-27. https://library.oapen.org/handle/20.500.12657/42662

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2018). ‘”Regional Revitalization” through Sustainability Education: Insights from the UK Experience.’  In Prospects and Ongoing Challenges of Regional Revitalization Based on ESD: Rikkyo University ESD Research Centre International Symposium Report. Rikkyo University, Tokyo. 70-81.

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2015). ‘Development Education and Education for Sustainable Development: Are they Striking a Faustian Bargain?’ In: Stephen McCloskey. (ed.). Policy and Practice: A Development Education Review. Belfast: Centre for Global Education. 110-124.

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2015). ‘Emerging dimensions of global environmental education.’  In: Zusana Gallayova, Zusana Dovalova &  Juraj Hips, J. (eds.). Environmental Education in Context.  Zvolen: Zivica/Technical University of Zvolen. 212-227.

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2015). ‘Introduction.’ In: David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (eds.). Sustainability Frontiers: Critical and Transformative Voices from the Borderlands of Sustainability Education.  Leverkusen, Germany: Barbara Budrich Publishers.13-20.

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2015). ‘Bringing Disaster to the Sustainability Agenda: The Case for Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction with Environmental and Sustainability Education.’  In: David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa (eds.). Sustainability Frontiers: Critical and Transformative Voices from the Borderlands of Sustainability Education.  Leverkusen, Germany: Barbara Budrich Publishers. 187-204.

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2015). ‘Peace Ways: Peacebuilding Education for a Sustainable Future.’  In: David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (eds.). Sustainability Frontiers: Critical and Transformative Voices from the Borderlands of Sustainability Education. Leverkusen, Germany: Barbara Budrich Publishers. 147-164.

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2015). ‘Drawing Threads Together: A Critical and Transformative Agenda for Sustainability Education.’ In: David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (eds.). Sustainability Frontiers: Critical and Transformative Voices from the Borderlands of Sustainability Education. Leverkusen, Germany: Barbara Budrich Publishers. 277-280.

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2014). ‘Striking A Faustian Bargain?  Development Education, Education for Sustainable Development and the Economic Growth Agenda.’  In: Stephen McCloskey. (ed.) Development Education in Policy and Practice. London: Palgrave MacMillan.143-157.

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2010). ‘Introduction’. In: Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (eds). Education and Climate Change: Living and Learning in Interesting Times. New York: Routledge. 1-11.

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2010). ‘Learning in Emergencies: Defense of Humanity for a Livable World’. In: Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (eds). Education and Climate Change: Living and Learning in Interesting Times. New York: Routledge. 106-124.

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2010). ‘Climate change education: A critical agenda for interesting times’. In: Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (eds). Education and Climate Change: Living and Learning in Interesting Times. New York: Routledge. 241-3.

 

Articles

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2020). Climate Change and Coronavirus: A Confluence of Two Emergencies as Learning and Teaching Challenge, Policy and Practice: A Development Education Review, 30: 104-14.
https://www.developmenteducationreview.com/issue/issue-30/climate-change-and-coronavirus-confluence-two-emergencies-learning-and-teaching

David Selby, Fumiyo Kagawa & Rowan Oberman. (2020). Along the Cays and Bays: Climate Change Learning in a Small Island Developing State, Policy and Practice: A Development Education Review, 30: 31-56https://www.developmenteducationreview.com/issue/issue-30/along-cays-and-bays-climate-change-learning-small-island-developing-state

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2018). ‘Teetering on the Brink: Subversive and Restorative Learning in Times of Climate Turmoil and Disaster,’ Journal of Transformative Education, 16 (4), 302-322.
http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1541344618782441

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2018). ‘Archipelagos of Learning: Environmental education on islands,’ Environmental Conservation, 45 (2), 137-146.  https://doi.org/10.1017/S0376892918000097

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2013). ‘World as “Lasting Storm”: Educating for Disaster Risk Reduction,’ Green Teacher, Summer 2013, Issue 100, 21-32 .

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2012). ‘Ready for the Storm: Education for DisasterRisk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation,’ Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 6 (2), 207-17.

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2012). ‘Climate Change Learning: Unleashing Blessed Unrest as the Heating Happens’, Green Teacher 94, Fall, 3-15.

Avril Bellinger & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2012). ‘Learning Beyond Compliance: A Comparative Analysis of Two Cohorts Undertaking a First Year Social Work Module’, Journal of Pedagogic Development, 2 (1).

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2011). ‘Development Education and Educations for Sustainable Development: Are They Striking a Faustian Bargain?, Policy & Practice. A Development Education Review 12, Spring, 15-31.

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2010). ‘Runaway climate change as challenge to the ‘closing circle’ of education for sustainable development’, Journal of Education for Sustainable Development, 4(1): 37-50.

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2009). Climate change education: From a “business as usual” to transformative agenda’, Transitions (electronic resource of Earth and Peace Education Associates International), 4(2), 10-14. http://www.globalepe.org

David Selby, Paula Jones & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2009). ‘Sustainability promotion and branding: Messaging challenges and possibilities for higher education institutions’. Sustainability, 1(3), 537-555. http://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/1/3/537

Janet Richardson, Fumiyo Kagawa & Andy Nichols. (2009). ‘Health, energy vulnerability and climate change: A retrospective thematic analysis of Primary Care Trust policies and practices.’ Public Health, 123(12), 765-770.

Janet Richardson, Fumiyo Kagawa & Andy Nichols. (2008). ‘Climate change and sustainability: A retrospective assessment of Strategic Health Authority policy and practice in England.’ Environmental Health Insights, 2,  97-103. http://www.la-press.com/health-climate-change-and-energy-vulnerability-a-retrospective-assessm-a1157

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2007). ‘Whose emergencies and who decides? Insights from emergency education for a more anticipatory Education for Sustainable Development.’ International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development, 2 (3/4), 395-413.

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2007). ‘Dissonance in students’ perceptions of sustainable development and sustainability: Implication for curriculum change.’ International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 8 (3), 317-338. https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/14676370710817174/full/html

James Gray-Donald, Debby Cotton, Martyn Warren, Ian Bailey & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2007). ‘Researching sustainability in higher education: From local to global.’ The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 3 (5), 205-216.

Fumiyo Kagawa, Colin Trier & David Selby. (2006). ‘Exploring students’ perceptions of interactive pedagogies in education for sustainable development’, Planet (journal of GEES, the Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences Subject Centre for the Higher Education Academy), 17(December),  53-56. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.11120/plan.2006.00170057

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2006). ‘ “Now she is singing!”  Emergency education in theory and practice’, Escalate newsletter (newsletter of the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Education), 6 (Autumn), 13-14.

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2005). ‘Emergency education: A critical review of the field.’ Comparative Education, 41 (4), 487-503. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03050060500317620

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2004). ‘Wholeness and hope: An exploration of the worldview of peace educators in Ontario.’ International Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, 5 (1), 3-20.

 

Technical Reports

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2022). The Heat is On!: Towards Climate Resilient Education Systems in South Asia. UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia: Kathmandu. 45pp.
https://www.unicef.org/rosa/reports/heat-is-on-southasia

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2022). Towards Climate Resilient Education Systems: A Tool for Reflection, Dialogue and Progress Assessment for Ministries of Education and its Partners. UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia: Kathmandu. 10pp.
https://www.unicef.org/rosa/documents/towards-climate-resilient-education-systems

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2022). The Heat is On!: Towards a Climate Resilient Education System in Afghanistan. 28pp. [Unpublished internal document].

Fumiy Kagawa. (2022). The Heat is On!: Towards a Climate Resilient Education System in Bangladesh. UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia: Kathmandu. 42pp.
https://www.unicef.org/rosa/reports/heat_is_on_bangladesh

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2022). The Heat is On!: Towards a Climate Resilient Education System in Bhutan. UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia: Kathmandu. 35pp.
https://www.unicef.org/rosa/reports/heat_is_on_Bhutan

Kagawa, Fumiyo. (2022). The Heat is On!: Towards a Climate Resilient Education System in India. UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia: Kathmandu. 47pp.
https://www.unicef.org/rosa/reports/heat_is_on_India

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2022). The Heat is On!: Towards a Climate Resilient Education System in the Maldives. 38pp. UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia: Kathmandu. 38pp.
https://www.unicef.org/rosa/reports/heat_is_on_Maldives

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2022). The Heat is On! Towards a Climate Resilient Education System in Nepal. UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia: Kathmandu. 37pp.
https://www.unicef.org/rosa/reports/heat_is_on_Nepal

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2022). The Heat is On!: Towards a Climate Resilient Education System in Pakistan. UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia: Kathmandu. 38pp.
https://www.unicef.org/rosa/reports/heat_is_on_Pakistan

Kagawa, Fumiyo. (2021). The Heat is On!: Towards a Climate Resilient Education System Sri Lanka. UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia: Kathmandu. 33pp.
https://www.unicef.org/rosa/documents/heat

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2019). Working Together for Resilience: Linkages between School-Based Disaster Risk Management and Community-Based Disaster Risk Management. HOPE’ 87 & Sustainability Frontiers, Islamabad/Sidmouth, 121pp. Click here for the report. 

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2016). UNICEF Technical Guidance Note on Disaster Risk Reduction in a Decentralization and Local Governance Context. (commissioned by UNICEF New York). 39pp.

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2016). UNICEF Child-sensitive Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) within a Decentralization and Local Governance (DeLoG) Context: Phase One Research Paper. (commissioned by UNICEF New York). 61pp.

Fumiyo Kagawa. (2016). UNICEF Bhutan Documentation of Programme ‘Grants for Youth-led Initiatives’: Final Report. (commissioned by UNICEF Bhutan). 35pp.

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2016). A Review of the Bangladesh School Curriculum through the Lenses of Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation Learning. (commissioned by Safe the Children Bangladesh/National Curriculum and Textbook Board of Bangladesh). 71pp.

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2016). Learn, Practice, Share: A Comparative Review of The Pillowcase Project. (commissioned by Global Disaster Preparedness Centre). 107pp. http://preparecenter.org/sites/default/files/comparativereview_thepillowcaseproject.pdf

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2015). Disaster Risk Reduction in the School Curriculum, the Present and Potential Role of Development Agencies and the Implications for the Hyogo Framework for Action successor. UNISDR Global Assessment Report (GAR2015) Input Paper. (commissioned by Plan International Sweden). 47pp.   Click here for the report.

Fumiyo Kagawa with David Selby. (2015). Tamagawa Academy Super Global High School (TSGH) Program – ‘Awakening the Whole Person to Become Global Leaders of International Organizations’: External Evaluation for the Academic Year 2014-2015. (commissioned by Tamagawa Academy, Tokyo). 23pp.

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2015). INJAZ Al-Maghrib School-based Youth Entrepreneurship Program Mid-term Evaluation Report. (commissioned by Drosos Foundation). 94pp.

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2015).  A Review of the Teacher Training Program on School Disaster Management in Sindh Province, Pakistan. Save the Children. 34pp.

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2015). INJAZ Al-Maghrib School-based Youth Entrepreneurship Program Baseline Evaluation Report. (commissioned by Drosos Foundation). 64pp.

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby (2014). A review of the Bangladesh curriculum through the lenses of disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation learning. Save the Children. 58pp.

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2013). Enhancing Child-centered Disaster Risk Reduction for Safe Schools: Insights from Cambodia, China and Indonesia. Plan International Asia Regional Office, Bangkok, 137pp. https://plan-international.org/publications/enhancing-child-centered-disaster-risk-reduction-safe-schools

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2012). Disaster Risk Reduction Education in Vanuatu: Pilot Curriculum Materials, Teachers’ Guide and Evaluation Instruments, Save the Children Australia. Port Vila, Vanuatu,118pp.

Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2012). Disaster Risk Reduction Education in Vanuatu: A Baseline Study for Save the Children Australia. Save the Children Australia, Port Vila, Vanuatu, 71pp.

David Selby & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2010). Building Capacity in Development Education Project: Phase 2 Evaluation. Centre for Global Education, Belfast, 87pp.

Fumiyo Kagawa, Joanna Blake & Paula Jones. (2010). Sustainability in the University of Plymouth Curricula: As Perceived by Heads of School. Centre for Sustainable Futures, University of Plymouth. 24pp.

Joanna Blake, Stephen Sterling & Fumiyo Kagawa. (2009). Getting it Together – Interdisciplinarity and Sustainability in the Higher Education Institution. Plymouth: Centre for Sustainable Futures Occasional Paper 3, University of Plymouth. 76pp.

David Selby, Paula Jones, Fumiyo Kagawa, Jon Shaw, Laura Roberts, Rebecca Skinner, (2009). Moving Forward: From Travel Plan to Transport Policy? Plymouth: Centre for Sustainable Futures Occasional Paper 2, University of Plymouth. 62pp.

Paula Jones, Fumiyo Kagawa & David Selby. (2008). A Big Hairy Audacious Goal: Marketing University Sustainability Credentials. Plymouth: Centre for Sustainable Futures Occasional Paper 1, University of Plymouth. 56pp.