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Webinars

Online Master Forum Series Rebuilding from COVID-19 to Achieve Global Agenda 2030

29.09.2020, 4AM (CEST)

The International Center of Excellence of Taipei (IRDR ICoE-Taipei) organizes a Master Forum series of webinars to bring together researchers to discuss and develop strategic approaches for Covid-19 response and recovery that also address the Global Agenda, including the Climate Agreement, the Sendai Framework and Sustainable Development.

For their first session they invite Dr. Gordon McBean of the Institue for Catastrophic Loss Reduction, Western University in Canada.

You can find more information here.

Webinar: Transformation within reach

30.09.2020, 3PM

In the Webinar “Transformations within Reach: Operationalizing a Sustainable and Equitable New Normal” the focus lays on how we can reach a sustainable and equitable new normal in a post COVID-19 world. It is organized by IIASA and the International Science Council (ISC), in cooperation with the Permanent Missions of Norway and South Africa to the United Nations.

The event brings together leaders from academia and governments to exchange key insights and recommendations for a way to operationalize a sustainable and equitable new normal after COVIDand creates an interactive discussion.

You can find more information here.

Building urban resilience in times of Covid-19 - Challenges and opportunities

30.09.2020, 4 PM

More than 50% of the worlds population is living in urban areas. At the same time 80% of the biggest cities are vulnerable to a variety of hazards, especially flooding, earthquakes and windstorms. Since the beginning of the pandemic, Covid-19 has brought further challenges.

This webinar will explore how civil society organizations and local governments are working together to strengthen community resilience. It aims raise awareness about unplanned urbanisation as risk driver, with a focus on Covid-19 and cascading effects in urban areas. Best practices of government-CSO collaboration for resilience building in urban settings will be shared and recommendations on how LGUs and CSOs can jointly champion a localisation movement will be given.

Find out more here.

Rausgeblickt: Perspektiven für eine welt nach Corona

30.09.2020, 18:30-20:00 Uhr

Der nächste WebTalk der "Rausgeblickt"-Reihe der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung findet statt. Dieses Mal dreht es sich um das Thema "Priorities for the Covid-19 Economy". Dazu wird Joseph E. Stiglitz, ein US-amerikanischer Wirtschaftswissenschaftler, eingeladen. Die Veranstaltung kann auf Englisch oder mit deutschen untertiteln verfolgt werden.

Zur Anmeldung kommen Sie hier.

Über weitere Veranstaltungen der Reihe können Sie sich auf der Website der FES informieren.

Covid-19 and Metropolitan Management: lessons learned from the Global Health crisis

06.10.2020, 2-5PM

UCLG-Africa, in Partnership with Metropolis and with the support of the European Commission, hosts a webinar onthe influence of the Covid-19 pandemic on future Metropolitan management, as part of the Celebration of World Metropolitan Day.

They aim to provide a plattform for representatives of the State and Metropolises, international organizations, local authorities, the private sector, civil society, universities and the media to discuss the challenges encountered by Metropolitan areas during the health crisis, learn about the degree and terms of commitment in dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic, to understand the real issues for these entities and see how they are preparing for the post-Covid-19, as well as exchange good practices among Peers.

You can find more details on the event here.

Vergangene Webinars

Webinar: What should COVID-19 recovery look like?

25.09.2020, 10AM

The Copenhagen Center for Disaster Research and the Disaster Prevention and Management Journal invite Jemilah Mahmood, Special Advisor to the Prime Minister of Malaysia on Public Health and Ricardo Mena, Director of the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) to discuss sustainable recovery from the pandemic. The main questions to be answered in this webinar are:

  • How do we ensure that recovery addresses questions of risk and vulnerability from a systems perspective?
  • How can we better align efforts of different actors working with different aspects of the pandemic and other disasters?
  • What factors are crucial to ensure a sustainable recovery from the pandemic?

You can find more information and register here.

Cities on the Frontline Speaker Series #27: Predicting and monitoring hotspots

24.09.2020, 3PM

Webinar #27 of the Cities on the Frontline Speaker Series will focus on Predicting and Monitoring Hotspots: Understanding Risks for Vulnerable Communities. Somik Lall, Global Lead for Territorial and Spatial Development, The World Bank, and Dr. Ana Gabriela Mena, Health Secretariat, Directorate of Prevention and Health Promotion, Government of Jalisco, Mexico are the guests in this session.

Cities on the Frontline Speaker Series is a weekly speaker series co-organised by Global Resilient Cities Network and the World Bank City Resilience Program since March 2020. The purpose of the series is to share knowledge to help cities respond to the pandemic crisis and plan towards recovery with resilience.

You can register here.

Missed a session? Find full access to recordings and presentations here.

 

Local Governments, the Climate Crisis, and a Green Recovery from COVID-19

24.09.2020, 9AM

This Webinar is organized by the United Nations Office for Sustainable Development (UNOSD) of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA) as the second one of the 2020 International Mayors Forum Preparatory Webinar Series.

Across the globe, local governments and local actors are on the frontline in preparing for and responding to the devastating impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as multiple challenges from the climate crisis. This Webinar aims to educate and support local governments with knowledge to cope with climate change, recover from the effects of the pandemic and sustainable development.

You can find more information here.

Rausgeblickt: Perspektiven für eine Welt nach Corona

09.09.2020, 18:30-20:00 Uhr

Der achte WebTalk der "Rausgeblickt"-Reihe der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung findet statt. Dieses Mal dreht es sich um das Thema "Unsere Welt neu und nachhaltig denken". Dazu wird Maja Göpel, die Generalsekretärin des Wissenschaftlichen Beirates Globale Umweltveränderungen der Bundesregierung, die im Februar zu diesem Thema ein Buch veröffenlicht hat, eingeladen.

Zur Anmeldung kommen Sie hier.

Über weitere Veranstaltungen der Reihe können Sie sich auf der Website der FES informieren.

Covid-19 Meets Politics: The Novel Coronavirus as a Novel Challenge for Legislatures

09.09.2020, 1PM

In this webinar the Minerva Center for the Rule of Law under Extreme Conditions and the National Knowledge and Research Center for Emergency Readiness invite Dr. Ittai Bar-Siman-Tov of the Bar-Ilan University of Haifa to discuss his paper "Covid-19 Meets Politics: The Novel Coronavirus as a Novel Challenge for Legislatures".

In his paper he analyzes the influence of the Covid-19 pandemic on legislatures and which challenges occur for parliaments in countries with a pre-existing political crisis using Israel as an example.

For further information click here.

Creating a COVID-19 dataset: Challenges and opportunities

04.09.2020, 4 pm CEST

The online talk with Lars Peter Nissen from ACAPS will concentrate on ACAPS’ work on compiling a COVID-19 dataset predominantly focusing on the immediate, short and medium-term secondary effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

It is jointly organized by the Copenhagen Center for Disaster Research and the School of Global Health at the University of Copenhagen.

Please find more information here.

WIR BRINGEN ES! - LiveChat der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung

06.08.2020, 6pm CET

Im LiveChat können Teilnehmer_innen mit MdB Wolfgang Hellmich, Vorsitzender des Verteidigungsausschusses des Deutschen Bundestages, über aktuelle Herausforderungen der Sicherheits- und Verteidigungspolitik in der Zeit der Corona-Pandemie sprechen. Fragen können u.a. zu aktuellen Entwicklungen in der Bundeswehr, Hilfsleistungen für die Gesellschaft in der Corona-Krise aber auch über die Ausstattung und Auslandseinsätze der Bundeswehr gestellt werden.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier. Um Anmeldung bis zum 04. August wird gebeten.

Climate and Urban Health | Net Zero: A Global Health Opportunity

05.08.2020, 4pm CET

As the world continues to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, global cities are taking steps to protect their citizens from the climate crisis and future public health shocks. In this fourth and final webinar in CDP’s Climate and Urban Health series, experts will enable cities to better understand what it means to set a ‘net zero target’ and how science-based targets and co-benefit solutions drive the low-carbon transition in ways that work for and protect citizens.  The webinar is organised by Carbon Disclosure Project (cdp).

Please register here.

Alliance Webinar: Enhancing the Role of National Development Banks in Supporting Climate-Smart Urban Infrastructure

05.08.2020, 3pm CET
This webinar will focus on a think piece commissioned by FELICITY-GIZ, and developed in collaboration with the Cities Climate Finance Leadership Alliance, that focuses specifically on enhancing the role that National Development Banks (NDBs) play in supporting the acceleration of climate-smart urban infrastructure investment. This webinar will provide a discussion on challenges and opportunities facing NDBs, cities, and the private sector for financing climate-resilient, low carbon urban infrastructure as well as present opportunities for deeper engagement between NDBs, national governments, local authorities, and other key stakeholders closing the investment gap in cities climate finance.

Please register here.

Coronavirus in Africa - Gender Disparities and its Impact for Women and Girls

23.07.2020, 6pm CET

This webinar presented by the United African Congress (UAC) in partnership with the Give Them a Hand Foundation (GTAH), International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP), and Black Star News about COVID-19 in Africa explores the topic of gender disparities and its impact for women and girls.

Please register here.

Ciites for a Resilient Recovery

22.07.2020, 2:30 pm

The deep and diverse impacts of COVID-19 demand cities plan and act innovatively to ensure they built back better for all. Global Resilient Cities Network, drawing on over six years of experience exploring methods to support strategic planning, is collaborating with its member cities to develop a toolkit to support local authorities in integrating best practices and resilience principles into their recovery plans and investment portfolios.

Cities for a Resilient Recovery is organising a webinar in which we will hear from our cities and partners on how they are responding to the COVID-19 challenge, how their learning is captured in the Toolkit for a Resilient Recovery, and where to find these tools.

Please register here.

Managing Continuity & Preparedness of School-feeding Programmes under COVID-19 & the Role of SSC

21.07.2020, 3pm CET

The UNOSSC, the World Food Programme (WFP) and the International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG) are co-organzing a webinar to present the global scenario and the tools available to support school feeding programmes in Latin America, Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa while the crisis’ effects lasts. Voices from the field across the globe will showcase how they are dealing with coping mechanisms and managing continuity at the same time they need to plan for improving actions in a long-term crisis. The UNOSSC will present how South-South Cooperation can be a means to support adaption and preparedness for programmes like school feeding.

Please register here.

Creating Catastrophe – Pandemics and Beyond

20.07.2020 10 am & 6 pm CEST (same event, to cover most time zones)

The UCL (University College London) Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction organizes a webinar examining the creation of catastrophes with regard to the current pandemic and other disasters. The lecturer's point is to explain why those with power and resources make choices and force vulnerability onto others, which in return creates disasters.

Please register here.

Asia Pacific Webinar: waste management during Covid-19 pandemic

16.07.2020, 11am CET

While COVID-19 is primarily a global health emergency, its impacts have been unprecedented on a wide spectrum of sectors. One of the most pronounced challenges to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis is waste management. The impact of both the health crisis and lockdown conditions has impacted waste management, from infectious and medical waste management to breakdowns in municipal waste systems, which has had both environmental and human health implications.

In many countries, tens of thousands of people are involved in waste picking activities and the market for recycled goods has crashed. The COVID-19 situation has impacted livelihoods of waste pickers and increased stigma of their jobs. Therefore, this sector will also need special attention.

Please register here.

Celebrating local leadership: the role of CSOs in reaching communities most at risk and containing Covid-19

15.07.2020, 11:00 am CEST

The Webinar is scheduled by GNDR (Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction) and non-profit organisation ActionAid. The panel discusses the role of local actors in containing the Covid-19 pandemic and improving the efficiency of the responses. Local actors will also share insights from their Covid-19 response activities in India including the challenges they faced.

Please click here to register.

Regional, Sub-regional and Interregional Organizations in the Global South as Actors in Responding to COVID-19

15.07.2020, 8:30 am CET

UNOSCC and UNDP Seoul Policy Centre are co-organizing a webinar to bring together actors from regional, sub-regional and interregional organizations to share their experiences and responses on: support regional, sub-regional and interregional organization are providing to their member States in responding to COVID-19; implications of COVID-19 on regional, sub-regional and interregional cooperation and integration; and the role of these organizations in promoting South-South cooperation to respond to COVID-19. 

Please register here.

Zooming-In On Progressive Responses: HIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR GERMANY - The Council Presidency at a Pivotal Moment for the EU

14.07.2020, 02:00 pm CET

The online panel, as a part of the FES' (Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung) »Zooming-in on progressive responses« series, will discuss Germany's position as the new host of the EU Council Presidency. Especially with regard to the Covid-19 pandemic, the expectations for Germany are extremely high. One of the questions discussed will concentrate on the possible reshaping of the Presidency's agenda due to the Corona crisis.

The panel is held in English, a translation to German is provided.

For further information and registration, please click here.

 

The affect of Covid-19 on youth development and the achievement of the SDGs

13.07.2020, 2:00 pm CEST

The Webinar is scheduled by GNDR (Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction) and ADRA Africa, a non-profit organisation within the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid regarding disaster events. The panel will discuss how to build youth resilience in partnership with religious communities in the face of Covid-19, emphasizing the youth's role within sustainable development.

Please click here to register.

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