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This agreement establishes a Co-operation Group between the governments of Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Portugal, the Republic of San Marino, Spain, and Turkey for the prevention of, protection against, and organisation of relief in major natural

Council of Europe
MP Mirko Tomassoni shows his support for the International Day for Disaster Reduction at the IPU meeting.
On the eve of the release of a major survey on disability and disasters a leading MP today urged people living with disabilities to follow his example and be more active in political life and decision-making roles. Mr Mirko Tomassoni, a member of the San Marino parliament, said people living with disabilities should embrace the ‘nothing about us without us’ mantra and challenge physical, institutional and attitudinal barriers that prevent inclusive disaster management planning. The MP said the wider issues in society that people living with disabilities faced were also relevant in times of disaster.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction

Working together in Europe and the Mediterranean for the prevention of disasters, preparedness and response:

The objective of this plan is to provide a political and technical instrument containing priorities and guidelines for the action of the European

European and Mediterranean Major Hazards Agreement

Resolution 2010-1:

This resolution commits European and Mediterranean States to continue promoting disaster risk reduction – including prevention, preparedness and efficient response to emergencies - as a political priority at all levels of government

Council of Europe European and Mediterranean Major Hazards Agreement

Resolution 2010-2:

This resolution recognises the value of applying best ethical principles in disaster risk reduction, in improving the resilience of societies and in responding efficiently to emergencies.

The resolution was adopted at the 12th

Council of Europe European and Mediterranean Major Hazards Agreement