Ensuring an all-of-society engagement and partnership for DRR through empowerment and inclusive, accessible and non-discriminatory participation, paying special attention to people disproportionately affected by disasters, especially the poorest.

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The main aim of this publication is to identify ways to overcome the challenge to provide more equitable conditions for people with disabilites.
This paper provides evidence, recommendations, and lessons about good practice that can inform and strengthen responses to COVID-19, a crisis that will continue, for the foreseeable future, to have complex impacts on migrants and migration worldwide.
Cover and source: Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction
The purpose of the guide is to support civil society organisations to engage with communities and other local actors and structures; to aid in planning and establishing local mechanisms for anticipatory action and drive the scaling up process.
An electric fan cools down a resident inside her house
Weather extremes driven by climate change hit low-income communities harder. This makes “climate readiness” a pressing issue for governments, city planners and emergency services in fast-growing areas such as Western Sydney.
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This issue brief presents the key findings of a study UNDRR conducted on disability-inclusive disaster risk reduction (DiDRR) policies and practices in Africa.
The elderly and disabled people are often forgotten during extreme weather events, a research project study has found.
Radio New Zealand International
This picture shows a boy with crutches in the Dadaab refugee camp in Somalia.
Our in-depth analysis explores the challenges and opportunities that arise when collecting disability-disaggregated data in disaster-prone contexts and how such data can be used to improve disaster risk reduction programmes.
Christian Blind Mission
Cover and source: Christian Blind Mission
Efforts to improve disability inclusion into government strategies, DRR plans, and humanitarian response initiatives is hindered by the absence of disaggregated data, impeding the understanding of disability prevalence before, during and after crises.

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