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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: 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: 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: 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.

Design of Disaster Prepared Information Society”VISION 2020″

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Changing Solidarity into Power:
Expanding Support Efforts in Responding to the Voices of Disaster Affected Women

東日本大震災後,被災地域と全国の女性団体が連携した相談事業から支援活動が広がっています。女性団体

Disaster and Education-Education for Building a Resilient Society

Disaster and Education for Building a Resilient Society

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!

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.

UNV. The power of ENGAGEMENT: volunteerism and disaster risk reduction in view of the post-2015 agenda

People's wellbeing is UNV's ultimate goal. In the

Private Sector – Building Multi-sector Partnerships
– Experiencesof Japan’s Volunteer Network Model

The Future of Disaster Preparedness and Recovery

Symposium: The Great East Japan Earthquake, Community and Architecture

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Lessons of March 11, 2011-Essential Human Factors for Risk Reduction and Recovery

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【女性と防災テーマ館】
災害に強い社会づくり
~男女共同参画の視点を根づかせる~

被災者支援における多様性の配慮が重要視されつつあります。しかし、日常における関係者の意識・組

Supportive Activities for Children Experiencing the Disaster 3.11

Supportive Activities for Children Experiencing the Disaster 3.11

Symposium: Disaster Prevention and the Elderly

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Gathering for Disaster Prevention Activity and Volunteer in SENDAI-2015 (Hosted by Cabinet Office)

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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.

Community-Based Reconstruction of Society and University Involvement:
East Japan Lessons Compared with Kobe, Aceh, and Sichuan

In search for better frameworks for the incorporation of true voices of disaster-affected communities.