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Webinars

Evidenzbasierte internationale Zusammenarbeit in Zeiten der Corona-Pandemie

03.06.2020 10am CET

In einem gemeinsamen Webinar möchten der Arbeitskreis Entwicklungspolitik und Humanitäre Hilfe der DeGEval (AK-Epol-HuHi) und das Deutsche Evaluierungsinstitut der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit (DEval) die Auswirkungen von COVID 19 auf die Evaluierung von EZ und humanitäre Hilfe/Stabilisierung diskutieren und aus unterschiedlichen Perspektiven beleuchten.

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Nachgefragt bei ... Bijan Djir-Sarai MdB

28.05.2020 9pm CET 

In der Veranstaltungsreihe „Nachgefragt bei…“ des Referats Netzwerkmanagement der Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit werden Persönlichkeiten aus der Politik und dem politischen Umfeld eingeladen, um aktuelle politische Fragen sowie langfristige Entwicklungen gemeinsam u. a. mit Vertretern von Verbänden und Unternehmen zu diskutieren. 

Am 28. Mai 2020 werden mit dem außenpolitischen Sprecher der Fraktion der Freien Demokraten im Deutschen Bundestag, Bijan Djir-Sarai MdB, aktuelle Fragen und Herausforderungen der gemeinsamen europäischen Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik diskutiert. 

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Krise als Chance - Welche Perspektiven für die Zukunft?

28.05.2020 6pm CET 

Die Corona-Krise betrifft uns alle, wenn auch nicht alle in gleichem Ausmaß. Die gesundheitlichen, wirtschaftlichen und sozialen Auswirkungen der Pandemie werden uns nach Beendigung der Krise begleiten und auch lange nachwirken. Die aktuelle Situation bietet aber auch Chancen, vorhandene Missstände in unserer Gesellschaft zu hinterfragen. Die Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung will online mit Expert_innen den folgenden Fragen nachgehen: Wie sind die Bundesregierung und die Länder mit ihren Kommunen auf die Krise vorbereitet? Welche Weichen müssen in gesundheitlichen und sozialen Bereichen gestellt werden, um besser auf künftige Krisen vorbereitet zu sein? 

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Cities on the Frontlines: Lockdown exit strategies for a resilient Bogota

28.05.2020 2:30pm CET

In this webinar experts will focus on on the general framework on exit strategies being prepared for Bogota, while the city is grappling with the massive economic costs of prolonging the lockdown while having concerns about premature reopening.

This web session is part of a webinar series jointly organized by Global Resilient Cities Network and the World Bank City Resilience Program.

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Disaster-responsive social protection: lessons from COVID-19

28.05.2020 9am CET

This webinar explores how countries in the Asia-Pacific region are leveraging social protection systems in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, since effective social protection is critical to reduce vulnerability and to support timely recovery. Challenges and successes are highlighted as well as lessons from the current crisis, including how to ensure social protection systems are in place before a shock occurs, will be showed off. Furthermore, expertes will explore financing options to expand social protection coverage, especially to help reduce disaster-related vulnerability.

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Rausgeblickt: Perspektiven für eine Welt nach Corona

27.05.2020 6:30 pm CET

In einer neuen Webtalk-Reihe mit Gästen aus Wissenschaft und Politik fragt die Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung alle zwei Wochen danach wie sich unsere Demokratie, die Gesellschaft und das Wirtschaftssystem künftig gerechter gestalten lassen. Beim Auftakt der Webtalk-Reihe wird u.a. der französische Starökonomen Thomas Piketty einen Vortrag halten.

Es wird eine englisch-deutsche Simultanübersetzung angeboten. Die Teilnehmenden haben zudem die Möglichkeit eine Chat-Funktion für Fragen und Kommentare zu nutzen.


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Planning for Climate Change during COVID-19 Crisis: The role of humanitarian and disaster risk management actors

27.05.2020 4:30 pm CET

In this webinar, organized by UNDRR, distinguished invited panellists will provide an overview and insight into major climate change and disaster risk reduction policy objectives for 2020 in the context of COVID-19 pandemic. This will help practitioners from the humanitarian and disaster risk management communities understand critical climate related policy objectives, identify ways risk management and humanitarian actions can contribute to climate change related planning, and highlight ways we may wish to adjust work in the contact of COVID-19.

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Vergangene Webinars

Die Aufzeichnungen vergangener Webinare, welche von der UNDRR organisiert wurden, sowie Informationen zu geplanten Events finden Sie hier

Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic series: Emerging technologies in response to Covid-19

26.05.2020 11am CET

In this webinar, jointly organized by UNDRR and WHO, the director of the WHO health emergencies program, director of the Ministry of Economy and Finance of the Republic of Korea and CEO of Global Policy House UK, Investments and Digital Solutions Group, will explore the role of emerging technologies and data in helping to address the many challenges that have resulted from COVID-19, providing practical solutions for cities to help rebuild trust and enable a more secure, sustainable and safe future for global economies.

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Cities on the Frontline - Towards the Pandemic-Resilient City

21.05.2020 2:30 pm CET 

The 11th session of this webinar series will focus on pandemic risk management, for both the immediate future and longer term. Speakres will share their experiences, ideas and examples. 

Cities on the Frontline is jointly organized by the Global Resilient Cities Network and the World Bank City Resilience Program. 

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South-South Exchange between Sudan Federal Ministry of Health and China SAHZU on COVID-19

21.05.2020 1pm CET 

Jointly organized by the Federal Ministry of Health of Sudan, Second Affiliated Hospital Zhejiang University School of Medicine (SAHZU), Jack Ma Foundation, Alibaba Foundation, Alibaba Health with facilitation support from United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation (UNOSSC), this webinar aims to facilitate the sharing of firsthand clinical experience and knowledge in preventing and treating COVID-19 infection for the healthcare professionals from China and Sudan. Besides, speakers will talk about future exchange and cross-learning. 

There will be a Q&A session -it will be possible to ask questions and further discuss lessons learned. 

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Free Webinar: Disaster by Choice- Why disasters are not natural

19.05.2020 12am CET

The Centre for Crisis Studies & Mitigation at the University of Manchster is inviting you to a virtual session with Prof. Ilan Kelman. He will talk about how we could prevent disaster, but choose not to. The talk will befollowed by moderated Q&A.

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SmartResponse Series: Local NGOs Share Front-Line Experiences Responding to COVID-19

14.05.2020 5pm CET 

Local NGOs and nonprofits are working on the front-lines of this global pandemic caring for the sick, protecting vulnerable populations, feeding those hit hard economically and/or staying at home, providing critical mental health and public education/awareness services, and more. Leaders will summarize how their organizations are responding, share top needs and challenges, present lessons learned, and discuss ways the public can help. This webinar is organized by GNDR-network. 

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Free Webinar: The COVID crisis in cities - a tale of two lockdowns

14.05.2020 4pm CET

Based on the OECD policy note Coronavirus: Cities policy responses,‘The COVID crisis in cities: a tale of two lockdowns will explore how Champion Mayors are leading the way in responding to the pandemic, protecting vulnerable groups and looking beyond the crisis to put in place recovery efforts post-COVID-19.

This webinar will highlight cities’ efforts to reduce sources of vulnerability and provide useful lessons to build greater resilience for the future.

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Webinar for GNDR members: "The value of Community-Based Disaster Risk Management to build resilience: responding to COVID-19".

14.05.2020 11am CET

This is a webinar only  for members of " The Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction " (GNDR). Participants will be introduced to GNDR's "Cookbook on Institutionalising Sustainable CBDRM" and they will learn more about the value of CBDRM in building resilience to disasters, with a special reflection on how this applies to responding to health disasters, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic. This month's speaker is Ms Zenaida Willison, GNDR Global Board Member and President of the Center for Disaster Preparedness in the Philippines.

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The Human Rights Dimension of the COVID-19 Pandemic

14.05.2020 9am CET 

The COVID-19 pandemic is presenting unique challenges to the protection of human rights around the world, including the Asia-Pacific region, as pandemic-related racism, xenophobia and discrimination are reportedly on the rise. This webinar focuses on the importance of ensuring a rights-based approach to all disasters, including the COVID-19 pandemic 

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