The ASEAN Committee on Disaster Management (ACDM), The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and Thammasat University will be jointly organizing the 2018 Southeast Asia Disaster Risk Governance Academic Seminar.
The intended outcome of this seminar is to enhance knowledge sharing on different climate smart and inclusive disaster risk governance legal frameworks, policies, and tools implemented across Southeast Asia, based on best practices in the region, for the bedefit policy-makers and other relevant stakeholders.
a. Academics and students from academic institutions in Southeast Asia
b. National disaster manegement office (NDMO) staff
c. Non-government DRM practioners
d. Red Cross Crescent national societies
e. Legislative drafters
Main theme of this paper is Effective Legal Frameworks For Inclusive and Climate Smart Disaster Risk Governance. The paper should provide an analysis on policies, laws, or regulations in Southeast Asian Countries that promote or can promote inclusive and climate smart disaster risk governance at the national and subnational level.
Participants from Southeast Asia are cordially invited to submit their abstract on the sub-themes indentified below:
a. Climate and disaster risk-informed policy making
b. Gender and diversity mainstreaming mainstreaming in disaster risk management system
c. Institutional structures and mechanisms for inclusive disaster risk governance
d. Mechanisms for regional cooperation towards climate smart disaster risk management system
Participants from Southeast Asia are cordially invited to submit their abstracts and queries shall be sent to email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, and email@example.com. Authors of shorlisted abstract shall be notified to submit their papers for the seminar.
|Call for abstracts||18 June 2018|
|Deadline for submission of abstracts||18 July 2018|
|Meeting of the peer review committee||23 July 2018 (tentative)|
|Release of shortlist||01 August 2018|
|Submission of papers||10 September 2018|
|Seminar||24-25 September 2018|
|Closed Session for Dialogue Partners||26 September 2018|
CALL FOR PAPER
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Last updated 12 September 2020