19 March 2017 - 21 March 2017
Senior Research Scholar Stefan Hochrainer-Stigler from the IIASA Risk & Resilience program will be heading to Kyoto, Japan to participate in the 3rd Global Summit of Research Institutes for Disaster Risk Reduction (GSRIDRR) 2017 and the next Global Alliance of Disaster Research Institutes (GADRI) meeting of the Board of Directors.
GSRIDRR provides a forum for researchers and stakeholders to share knowledge about and discuss activities for disaster risk reduction. This year, GSRIDRR will take place at the Disaster Prevention Research Institute (DPRI) of Kyoto University in Japan. The theme for the event this year is Expanding the Platform for Bridging Science and Policy Making. One day prior to the start of GSRIDRR, the Board of Directors meeting of GADRI will take place.
Overview of GADRI
GADRI is an international organization consisting of multiple institutes from around the world. The structure of GADRI includes a President, a Board of Directors, and the Members. There is also a Secretariat that facilitates and organizes GADRI activities. Currently, the DPRI of Kyoto University serves as the first Secretariat to initiate these activities. Membership in GADRI is open to all interested organizations related to disaster research.
Building on the initiatives of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015 - 2030 and the work of the Science and Technical Advisory Group of the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), GADRI was established in 2015 for the purpose of promoting research collaboration on topics related to disaster risk reduction and resilience. GADRI facilitates discussions on:
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Cooper MW, Brown ME, Hochrainer-Stigler S, Pflug G ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8215-3550, McCallum I, Fritz S, Silva J, & Zvoleff A (2019). Mapping the effects of drought on child stunting. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences: e201905228. DOI:10.1073/pnas.1905228116.
Campbell KA, Laurien F, Czajkowski J, Keating A, Hochrainer-Stigler S, & Montgomery M (2019). First insights from the Flood Resilience Measurement Tool: A large-scale community flood resilience analysis. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction: e101257. DOI:10.1016/j.ijdrr.2019.101257. (In Press)
Liu W ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3646-3456 (2019). Operationalizing polycentricity for landscape resilience. Landscape Architecture Frontiers 7 (3): 8-11. DOI:10.15302/J-LAF-1-010002.
30 Oct 2019 - 01 Nov 2019
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