The main segment of the seventh Global Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction 2022 (GP2022) began its deliberations on Wednesday, 25 March, with an opening ceremony, two high-level dialogues, a ministerial roundtable, five thematic discussions, among others.
Indonesia’s House of Resilience (RRI), a gallery of the country’s best disaster risk reduction practices, will take place during the 7th Session of the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (GP2022)
| Source: Connecting Business initiative, UNDRR Private Sector Alliance for Disaster Resilient Societies (ARISE), Miyamoto International, United Nations Children's Fund (Global Headquarters, New York), United States Agency for International Development
As disasters multiply and systemic risks increase, the imperative is to connect across sectors and geographies and foster partnerships so that our “new normal” enables resilience and sustainable development for all.
Ahead of GPDRR, GNDR have captured the eight priority action areas identified by their members, and outlined what global decision makers, member states and fellow civil society organisations need to work together on.
The recent launch of the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report and the UNDRR Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction reinforce the growing body of evidence demonstrating the profound impacts that climate change is having on human mobility.
The second day of the seventh Global Platform on Disaster Risk Reduction 2022 (GP2022) concluded preparatory events, setting the stage for the main part of the meeting, which kicks off on Wednesday, 25 May.