PreventionWeb accepts disaster risk reduction (DRR) content submissions from organizations working to reduce disaster risk and vulnerability.
We do not publish individual work without an accompanying organization source; we do not publish academic theses, brochures, or advertising materials.
Share your disaster risk reduction work by selecting the type below:
Higher education, programmes from nationally accredited institutions on or including disaster risk management and DRR leading to degrees or certificates at the Bachelors, Masters or PhD levelsFor non-credit training and courses, see Training & Events.
Publication abstracts highlighting DRR with links to full text or publishers including books, case studies, good practice, policy briefs, guidelines, position papers, studies and reportsFor official governmental policy, see Policy, Plans & Statements For instructional guidelines and manuals, also see Educational Materials
Multilingual instructional materials for use by teachers, trainers and community leaders to educate children and/or adults on DRRFor non-educational materials, see Documents & Publications and other collections
Employment opportunities, internships and fellowship announcements including or focusing on DRRWe do not accept CVs or applications - please see how to apply with the organization. Jobs with no expiration date will be posted for a maximum of two months.
Audio, video and interactive materials on DRR
Global news coverage from media and organizations including press releases and announcements covering DRR topics
A broad range of actors promoting or working in DRRSubmit at least one example of your organization's work for publication.
Official governmental and intergovernmental policy, plans and statements on DRR including reports the implementation of the Sendai FrameworkFor policy or plans of organizations (not governmental), see Documents & Publications
Meetings, conferences, seminars, and training courses (non-academic credit)For registration or additional event information, contact the organizers directly. For academic credit courses and training, see Academic Programmes.