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第3弾「東北・若手企業家発 アジアとの協働による新しい社会モデルを目指して!」

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[The Global Conference on DRR for Civil Society: Session8]
Coordination to Support Regional Dynamics

In most disasters, capital inherent in the community is not mobilized effectively in disaster response and recovery processes. This session looks at some possibilities of enhancing and strengthening community’s social capital with case studies of Japan, the Philippines and Myanmar.

[The Global Conference on DRR for Civil Society: Session7]
Community Resilience
~Case Studies from Japan and the World~

Creating relations with casual acquaintances during peace times is crucial in reducing the extent of damage and loss of lives during a disaster. This session will report on the activities on the ground in the affected regions and will include an idea-exchange discussions session too.

[The Global Conference on DRR for Civil Society: Session3]
Shifting of Disaster Risk Reduction
~Climate Change and Altering of Social Structure~

This symposium will include a discussion with climate change specialists and panelists who have experienced disaster relief activities.

[The Global Conference on DRR for Civil Society: Session2]
2015- The Year Where Development, Environment and DRR Meet

This session provide you basic information of post 2015 international goals such as MDGs, SDGs and HFA2. Let’s think globally, act locally.

Developing Capacities for Effective Disaster Risk Management in Low-Income OIC Member Countries

OBJECTIVES: The side event aims to explore a numb

Workshop: New Global Framework for Sharing of Space Technology and Data Standards
To serve Nation’s Disaster Management Needs

This strategic workshop is mandated to create a UN led Global common platform, UN Global-Sat, that allows sharing of space and data segments with its ability to serve as a strong tool for nation’s disaster management and development needs, with Keynote by Ms. Simona Di Pippo, Director, UN-OOSA.

Partnerships for Effective Disaster Management:
Lessons from Multi-Sectoral Leaders in the U.S. and Japan

Background Damages from natural hazards increase

Main Event “The Global Conference on DRR for Civil Society (CSC)”

The final event of The Global Conference of DRR for Civil Society (CSC) has many programs, such as International Dialogue, Main Symposium, Speeches and Performances. Come and join us!

International cooperation in vegetation fire management

Building back from Cascading Disasters and Establishment of academic framework of Disaster Reconstruction

The research team of Fukushima Future Center for R

Medical and Public Health Preparedness for Large Scale Disaster

Medical and public health preparedness in all phase of disaster.

From DRR to Resilience in land
-use government policies
: proposals and actions at local level

The workshop describes the path towards Inclusive Resilience and Territorial Safety by the Province of Potenza, Italy (#weResilient). The aim is to provide a worldwide platform for experiences exchanges and new transnational cooperations.

Archiving and Memorializing Disasters International Workshop

Large-scale disasters such as the Great East Jap

People and life, buildings and towns that never lost to tsunamis

Protecting the life at first, and then our homes be left in the not to rubble, and to go live there.

Strengthening resilience in Northeast Asia through cooperation for disaster risk reduction

Strengthening resilience in Northeast Asia through cooperation for disaster risk reduction

Highlighting challenges and opportunities of implementing the new risk reduction framework in South Asia

Challenges and opportunities of implementing the new risk reduction framework in South Asia: finance, monitoring and accountability

Call for National Disaster Response Coordination Mechanism in Japan
-The Role of Japan Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster-

To construct a collaborative mechanism in JVOAD that is indispensable in the overall administration and coordination of industries, academics, governments and civil society, with the ultimate aim to solve Japan’s problems in reacting to disasters.

Strengthening Community Resiliency Through City-to-City Cooperation
-Yokohama Initiatives for Asia Pacific

City of Yokohama and CITYNET Yokohama Project Of

ILO Seminar on Resilient Livelihoods and Employment Recovery:
Lessons from Japan, the Philippines and New Zealand

Review Recovery Process in view of employment and jobs supporting livelihoods of affected people