GP2022: Engagement in the Global Platform preparation process

Source(s): United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
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Following the consultation process on the thematic focus and substantive aspects of the 2022 Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction with Governments, UN system and stakeholders, the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR), in consultation with the Government of Indonesia, produced a list of High-Level Dialogue Sessions and Thematic Sessions for the Global Platform that builds on comments and recommendations received. UNDRR thanks all the Governments, members of the UN system and stakeholders for their valuable inputs and contribution to this process.

As part of its continued commitment to ensuring an inclusive and multi-stakeholder approach to the Global Platform, UNDRR has invited interested Governments, UN system, international and regional organizations and stakeholder representatives to help shape the various substantive sessions by joining Organizing Teams, which will help shape the content of GP2022 High-Level Dialogues and Thematic Sessions. The composition of Organizing Teams is provided here.

Stakeholder coordination

The GP2022 will be organized in an inclusive, consultative, and open manner. Wide stakeholder consultation and participation in the Global Platform will be encouraged, ensuring inclusivity and accessibility by all groups. The engagement of stakeholder groups in the GP2022 will be facilitated through the UNDRR Stakeholder Engagement Mechanism, with stakeholder representatives invited to contact their relevant stakeholder focal points for more information.

GP2022 format

The official programme of the GP2022 will be conducted in all six official UN languages. Additional information on the format of, and participation in, the GP2022 will be made available on a dedicated website as planning progresses and the current global context evolves.

For any questions, please reach out to the Global Platform team on globalplatform@un.org

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