Registration for GP2022 Learning Labs is now open

United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction

GP2022 Learning Labs will be held in person from 25 – 27 May 2022 at the room Legian 1-2 of the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center. The sessions will provide facilitated peer-to-peer learning opportunities on specific topics relevant to the themes of the GP2022.  

The Learning Labs aim to practically demonstrate specific tools and concepts and share experiences. A small-scale setting of 25 participants plus one or two trainers will provide an effective environment for peer-to-peer learning and sharing of knowledge and experiences. 

The registration for the GP2022 Learning Labs is now open. Participants who are already registered for the GP2022 can register their interest in attending the Learning Labs here. Please register your interest as soon as possible and preferably by 13 May. 

Please note that registration will not guarantee a spot in the session, as places are allocated on a first come first served basis. Approved participants will be informed by email and requested to show up 15 minutes before the session. In case of no-show, spots will be released to people present in-person / on the waiting list. Each session is expected to last at most 90 minutes. 

Participants are expected to bring basic equipment such as individual laptops or tablets to the session. By the end of the learning session, participants should take away new ideas, knowledge and lessons learned which help them advance efforts and projects in their own contexts.

Learning Labs topics 

  • Adopting SFDRR and IASC and HIS (Disability Inclusive Global Standard and Guideline) into national curriculum on Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (ASB) 
  • The Cost of Doing Nothing – Scenarios for investing in resilience (MCR2030) 
  • Sendai Framework Monitoring System (Basic) 
  • Scaling up Success: How to use disruptive technology for rapid, accurate and low-cost post-disaster damage assessments (World Bank) 
  • Sendai Framework Voluntary Commitments online platform 
  • Disaster Loss Accounting 
  • Opportunities for shared risk analytics 1 
  • Anticipatory Action & Impact Based Forecasting (Red Cross) 
  • Comprehensive Disaster and Climate Risk Management 
  • Sendai Framework Monitoring (Early Warning Systems) 
  • Opportunities for shared risk analytics 2 


For more information please visit the GP2022 agenda. 

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