Community announcement

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The Global Resilience Partnership (GRP), through The Resilience Knowledge Coalition, is hosting a social media competition in the lead-up to the Resilience Hub at COP27.
Banner of the Oscar M. Lopez Center's Climate Resilience Challenge
The Climate Resilience Challenge is a competition for innovative, interdisciplinary, and solution-oriented ideas to build and enhance resilience in the Philippines.
Banner for the Gender and Climate Awards
The awards aim to highlight the central contribution of women in the fight for the climate and the need to integrate gender equality in all policies resulting from the Paris Agreement.
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A new PhD Studentship has been announced by the UCL Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction (IRDR). Available for UK and EU students, the studentship is worth £18,062 per annum for full-time study within the IRDR over three and a half years.
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The present survey seeks to collect the views of local authorities and urban practitioners, as well as experiences and proposals to inform the MTR SF and the Political Declaration that will be adopted at the High-Level Meeting of the UN General Assembly.
Design for course application
The Fundamentals of Insurance-Linked Securities (ILS) is a 6-week online course that will give you an in-depth understanding of a niche, and fast-growing asset class.
Call for abstracts design
The Research Committee-39 (Sociology of Disasters) will offer a lot of sessions during the XX ISA World Forum of Sociology. Submit your abstracts by 30 September 2022.
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The InsuResilience Centre of Excellence is establishing a Technical Advisory Facility with the goal to support and scale up the practical application of knowledge resource on gender-smart CDRFI solutions.
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ADRRN is collaborating with key partners, including GNDR, ICVA, ACFID, and others, to strengthen the participation of civil society colleagues at APMCDRR in order to maximise the impact of the messages from the communities we serve.
Writing in a bubble
The Australian Journal of Emergency Management (AJEM) is seeking article submissions for its 2023 editions.