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
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This GP2022 Learning Labs will allow to exchange best practices from all continents, shared by participants (media professionals and journalists) coming from regions at risk of climate change huge impact.
Many of the world’s disasters are foreseeable, and the science used to forecast them is increasingly reliable, enabling actors to put in place the actions and financing required to act before a disaster hits.
The Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX) is an open platform for sharing data across crises and organisations.
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.
The stakes for our planet have never been higher. Climate and disaster risks are growing faster than our collective efforts to build resilience.
This Ignite Stage session presents a new online resource called Earth Observations (EO) Risk Toolkit, as an integral part of the National Risk Information Portal (NRIP) under the UNDRR’s flagship initiative called the Global Risk Assessment Framework.
This session will bring stakeholders together, to communicate their knowledge and experience on how DRR can inform climate change policy.
In this session, government officials, civil society, and the United Nations representatives will discuss the benefits of good disaster risk governance, including how such an approach was developed in a given context.
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