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It is all about Governance

‘Disaster risk governance’ was announced today as the theme of this year’s International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction on 13 October 2020. This year, the world suffers from the great pain caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic. The following statement is issued by the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres to mark the International Day for Disaster Risk …

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Memorandum of Understanding is signed between IKCEST DRRKS and IRDR IPO

On August 7th, 2020, the Memorandum of Understanding (“the MoU”) is signed between the Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Service Sub-Platform (DRRKS) and Integrated Research on Disaster Risk International Programme Office (IRDR IPO). IKCEST DRRKS provides knowledge services at a global scale in the form of consultancies, scientific research and education for policy-makers, engineers, researchers and …

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Time Capsule from IRDR Scientists: A message to future emergency managers, resilience practitioners, and disaster risk reduction scholars

Invited by HazNet, IRDR Scientific Committee Chair Prof. John Handmer and member Prof. Rajib Shaw wrote their capsule for either 2030 or 2050 to provide advice  to future emergency managers, resilience practitioners, and disaster risk reduction (DRR) scholars. John Handmer: DRR as a fundamental human right Covid-19 and what were at the time dramatic climate-related …

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Webinar | Transition from response to recovery 12 May 2020

Join us for a webinar as we come together with to discuss the transition from response to recovery of COVID-19. Click here to register.

UNDRR Initial COVID-19 Engagement Strategy and Communication Campaign

The ongoing COVID-19 outbreak is an unprecedented event in modern human history, requiring the United Nations system to work as One UN to support countries. The UN Secretary-General has asked the international community to focus on three critical areas of action: 1) Tackling the health emergency; 2) Social impact and the economic response and recovery; …

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IRDR Scientists’s Viewpoint towards COVID-19

2020 has become the year of coping with COVID-19.The WHO declared this as Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) on 31th of January 2020, and finally a pandemic on 11th March 2020. IRDR Scientific Committee members contribute to the analysis this pandemic from DRR aspect and they were invited to share their viewpoint and …

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