Tuesday, June 2, 2020

June 3, 4, 5th, 2020. UNDRR COVID-19 Webinars.


UNDRR COVID-19 webinars:

Wednesday, 3 June

  • UNDRR Americas and the Caribbean Webinar:
    Climate Change and Resilience in
    Times of COVID-19: How to Articulate Integrated Responses to the Health, Economic and Climate Crisis in LAC (Spanish-English interpretation available) – Register here
    10:00 (Panama)  
    • UNDRR Americas and the Caribbean Webinar: Climate Change and Resilience in Times of COVID-19: How to Articulate Integrated Responses to the Health, Economic and Climate Crisis in LAC (Spanish-English interpretation available)   
  • In the context of increasing complexity, interdependence and systemic nature of risk, there is a need for multi-sectoral, multi-stakeholder and regional coordination aiming to continue the preparation and implementation of mitigation actions for different recurrent and latent hazards in the current pandemic scenario. This webinar will explore risk reduction and resilience building at the heart of economic recovery (an opportunity to address inequalities and vulnerabilities).
  • Wednesday, 3 June, 10:00 Panama, Get more information or Register now.

Thursday, 4 June
  • UNDRR Americas and the Caribbean Webinar: Disaster Risk Management and Institutional Response to the COVID-19 Crisis |  Los Sistemas Nacionales de Gestión del Riesgo de Desastres en el contexto de la crisis del COVID-19 (Spanish-English interpretation available)   
    • UNDRR Americas and the Caribbean Webinar:
      Webinar Disaster Risk Management and Institutional Response to the COVID-19 Crisis |  Los Sistemas Nacionales de Gestión del Riesgo de Desastres en el contexto de la crisis del COVID-19
      (Spanish-English interpretation available) – Register here
      11:00 (Panama)  
  • National risk and emergency management systems in the Americas and Caribbean are engaging in different ways and adopting different commitments in the governance of the current COVID 19 crisis. This approach has been neither planned nor foreseen and has been uneven in many ways: from countries where the Systems have played an important role, to countries where they have had virtually no intervention. The emergency or disaster laws of many countries have been the foundation for actions taken during and after the emergency.
  • Thursday, 4 June, 11:00 Panama, Get more information or Register now. 
Friday, 5 June
  • UNDRR Americas and the Caribbean Webinar:
    Cities of the Americas and the Caribbean facing COVID-19: Resilient Cities | Reflexiones sobre el futuro de las ciudades en las Américas y el Caribe.
    Sesión 4, Ciudades Resilientes (in Spanish) – Register here
    11:00 (Panama)  
    • UNDRR Americas and the Caribbean Webinar:
      Cities of the Americas and the Caribbean Facing COVID-19: Resilient Cities | Reflexiones sobre el futuro de las ciudades en las Américas y el Caribe.
      Sesión 4, Ciudades Resilientes (in Spanish)
  • The multidimensional impact of COVID-19 threatens the development progress achieved under Agenda 2030. The scenario of a major economic contraction could plunge nearly 28 million people in the region into poverty as a result of impacts on the economy and creative industries, among others. It is in this scenario where, from the understanding of systemic risk, it becomes necessary to rethink the cities of the future we want.

Friday, 5 June, 11:00 Panama, Get more information or Register now.

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