Three exhibitions to support the 7th Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction event are held in the Bali Collection and Art Bali areas. The exhibition will be held on 23-28 May 2022
This interactive GP2022 Side Event will explore the challenges and opportunities in early warning and early action and inspire social and political change to meet the climate crisis
Women Pushing for Transformation – A Dialogue on the Future of SDG, DRR,and Planetary Health
This GP2022 Side Event will interrogate the importance of risk-informed humanitarian and development action as a means to build resilience in today’s complex crises.
Integrating biological hazards in national disaster management policy: a call for whole of society action
Effective governance, leadership, policies and practice for all-hazards disaster risk management within and across sectors based on COVID-19 experiences
Experience, tools & guidance to ‘move words into action’ for stakeholders wanting to engage & work with children & youth on disaster risk reduction & climate change adaptation
The purpose of the event is to identify progress gaps and possibilities in the area of DRR and climate action through media strengthening while the media is offered practical procedures to follow in order to ensure accountability for DRR
Four panelists from different contexts present good practice and success stories on ensuring disability inclusion in DRR in a Covid-19 impacted world
Principles for Resilient Infrastructure - A global standard for the improvement of infrastructure resilience
Principles for Resilient Infrastructure - A global standard
A global conversation on strengthening disaster risk governance to address systemic risk from multi-hazard perspectives in urban planning and development.
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