Monday, November 22, 2021

"Localizing the Sendai Framework for DRR through training of trainers and city-to-city learning". Wednesday, November 24th, 11:30-13:00 CET \ 5:30AM ET

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Dear MCR2030 community,

In the framework of this week's European Forum for Disaster Risk Reduction, we would like to invite you to join us for a Learning Lab on Wednesday, November 24th, 11:30-13:00 CET, entitled "Localizing the Sendai Framework for DRR through training of trainers and city-to-city learning".

The session will engage participants in one of our Resilience Learning Modules’ dynamics to reflect on local/regional preparation, response, and recovery strategies, followed by a panel discussion around concrete cases including the recent floods in Dortmund (Germany) and other cities in the country, the ongoing volcano eruption in the La Palma (Spain), and build back better initiatives in Dondo (Mozambique). 

It will showcase the value of partnership-driven resilience capacity building that promotes learning and knowledge exchange among local and regional governments, furthering the localization of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction and efforts towards Making Cities Resilient.

More information about the session is available here: https://efdrr.undrr.org/localizing-global-agenda-disaster-risk-reduction-through-training-trainers-and-city-city-learning 

*The link to connect will be available to EFDRR registered participants in the coming days.

*Interpretation in English and Portuguese will be provided.

 

We hope to see you there.

Best regards,

 

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Juan Carlos Uribe Vega

UCLG World Secretariat Barcelona 

jc.uribe@uclg.org |  www.uclg.org  |    

 

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