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Dialogue with Survivors for Prevention and Recovery- Earthquake, Tsunami, and Fukushima

How can we prepare our communities for natural and

Dialogue with Survivors for Prevention and Recovery- Earthquake, Tsunami, and Fukushima

How can we prepare our communities for natural and

The Great March Eleventh (3.11) Tsunami:
Remembering for the Future

Empowered by a new mission: To educate future generations.

SeRV Activities: The Power of People Working Together

SeRV (Shinnyo-en Relief Volunteers) is a Shinnyo-en volunteer organization formed in 1995 to aid in disaster relief efforts. Shinnyo-en facilities that function as SeRV bases have emergency supplies of food, blankets, and supplies permanently stocked. Government agreements also allow Shinnyo-en to shelter people displaced by natural disasters.

[The Global Conference on DRR for Civil Society: Session6]
Disaster Recovery in Japan Part 2: Tohoku Recovery, Conference for DRR and Redevelopment

Practitioners of redevelopment, disaster risk reduction and recovery activities at the grassroots level during the Great East Japan Disaster will exchange ideas and engage in several thematic discussions.

[The Global Conference on DRR for Civil Society: Session5]
Disaster Recovery in Japan Part 1: Reviewing Disaster Recovery and Large-Scale Disasters in Japan

This session aims to compare the recovery processes, disaster relief activities and extent of damage among the disasters that occurred in Kobe, Chuetsu and East Japan, by researchers and specialists with relevant experience.

[The Global Conference on DRR for Civil Society: Session4]
Talking about Disaster Recovery with Raconteurs from Japan and the World

Raconteurs- people who were victims of disasters in Tohoku, Kobe and Indonesia, will be sharing their experiences of suffering, recovering and the various mechanisms in the process of recovery.

Symposium on disaster reduction by Tsunami for the fishery communities

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Resilience of local community and capacity building by Iwate University

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Global Approaches for Coastal Resilience

Globally, planners and policy makers are facing

Proposal for a Pleasant Disaster Prevention Park at Gamo, Sendai

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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.

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!

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.

Symposium: Developing Multi-tiered Tsunami Evacuation Measures

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Symposium to get smarter from experience of the NE Japan Disaster

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Tsunami coastal hazard on ships and marine environment

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Typhoon, storm surge, and wave modelling and damage assessment

Typhoon Haiyan caused heavy damage due to both exp

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.