Community announcements

Community announcements
Disaster risk and resilience in the news, and news from the disaster risk reduction (DRR) community and beyond.
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University of Manchester
Reminder
Registration for the GP2022 is still open. The organizers call on everyone wishing to take part in the conference to register as soon as possible.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
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The LINKS consortium is happy to announce that the Europe-wide survey on the current use and potentials of social media and crowdsourcing in the field of civil security has been launched.
LINKS
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This survey aims to gather experiences from vulnerable regions in different parts of Europe, in order to understand common needs and challenges to adapt to climate change impacts.
REGILIENCE - Regional Pathways to Climate Resilience
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Disasters research is ever more salient today. Weather related incidents fueled by climate change have filled the news for years while the Covid-19 pandemic has overshadowed everything else during the past year and a half.
University of Copenhagen
The Averted Disaster Award identifies and receives nominations for individuals, project teams and organizations of  all sizes, regions and industries whose successful DRM interventions are made invisible by their success. Submit a nomination for an initiative that deserves recognition, or nominate your own project.
The Averted Disaster Award identifies and receives nominations for individuals, project teams and organizations of all sizes, regions and industries whose successful DRM interventions are made invisible by their success.
Anticipation Hub
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Net Zero: Heritage for Climate Action, is an 18-month (July 2022 – 31 December 2023) multi-level capacity development project rooted in the idea that every place has a ‘climate story’ embedded in its cultural heritage.
International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property
African woman with red hand on her mouth during a protest. Group of activists demonstrating to stop abuse of women.
To inform the Special Rapporteur's report on violence against women and girls in the context of the climate crisis, including environmental degradation and related disaster risk mitigation and response, to be presented at the 77th session of the GA
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights