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18th World conference on disaster management

  • Type: Meeting or Conference
  • Date: 15-18 Jun 2008
  • Location: Canada (Toronto)
  • Venue: Metro Toronto Convention Centre
  • Language: English

Description

The Canadian Centre for Emergency Preparedness (CCEP) is calling for presentations for the 18th World Conference on Disaster Management (WCDM).

WCDM is the premier annual event that addresses issues common to all aspects of disaster/emergency management. The programme provides excellent opportunities for training and networking among those in the fields of emergency planning/Management, business continuity, emergency response, risk management, IT disaster recovery, disaster management research, emergency communications, emergency health, security, HR, environmental, community planning, as well as for the organizations which supply and service these professions. 

Programme highlights for the 18th WCDM:
- Resiliency
- Human elements
- Practice and principles
- Pandemic/infectious disease
- Research and development
- Technical - Real events.

Additional information

http://www.wcdm.org/

Target audience

The conference program includes speakers from many parts of the world and is expected to attract over 1,800 attendees from Canada, the United States, and from around the globe.

How to register

Please find details on paper submission and registration.

To have your event posted, contact:
Chuck Wright
Group Event Director
Tel: (905) 948-0470 ext 241
Toll Free: (866) 912-WCDM (9236) ext 241
E-mail: cwright@divcomevents.com

 

Keywords

  • Themes:Capacity Development, Climate Change
  • Countries/Regions:Canada

  • Short URL:http://preventionweb.net/go/1253

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