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Free Web Conference: COVID-19 Emergency management, operative actions and steps to prepare to a new normality

23.04.2020 2pm & 6pm CET

This web conference is organised by the University Rome Tor Vergata on behalf of the italian ministry of defense.

Please register here.

Webinar for GNDR members: "Matching Needs and Offers for Local Communities During Crises"

21.04.2020 2:30 pm CET

This is a webinar only  for members of " The Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction " (GNDR). During the webinar, participants will learn more about NeedsList. NeedsList helps local communities matching needs with offers in times of crisis. Its software aggregates needs and offers in real-time to foster collaboration between government, nonprofit and business responders, and increase efficiency. Its vision is a world where crisis response is locally-powered, tech-enabled, and grounded in dignity.

You can register here.

Free webinar: Reducing COVID-19 Vulnerability Amongst Displaced Populations and Migrants

09.04.2020 02:00 pm in Bangkok

In this webinar provided by the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR), panelists will identify emerging lessons generated from experiences in combating COVID-19 in refugee camps in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh and amongst internally displaced communities in Afghanistan. It will also explore how COVID-19 is impacting migrants in Asia-Pacific, featuring India as a case study.

You can register here.

The webinar recording will be made available online and you will find it here.

FreeWebinar Leave No One Behind in COVID-19 Prevention, Response and Recovery

03.04.2020 08:00 am CET

This webinar is organized by UNDRR’s Regional Office for Asia-Pacific and will focus on the early lessons and good practices that are emerging in the region on how to identify and protect the most vulnerable groups.

You can register here.

Free Webinar Cities on the Frontlines – Rapid Response and Adaptation in Times of Crisis

02.04.2020 8.30 pm EST & 03.04.2020 08.30 am EST

This Speaker Series is jointly organized by the Global Resilient Cities Network and the World Bank City Resilience Program. For this session, the topic is "Rapid Response and Adaptation in Times of Crisis" with Fernando Straface, Secretary General, of the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina and Michael Berkowitz, Founding Principal, Resilient Cities Catalyst.

You can register here.

Free Webinar Community engagement vs. the Coronavirus

28.03.2020 9:00 to 11:00 CET

We are all affected by the global Covid-19 pandemic, and we are all part of the response to it.

The Sphere Handbook articulates the importance of community engagement and guides technical response to humanitarian crises. The link between these two is apparent; even in countries with strong healthcare systems, community engagement is key to ensuring the health response is a success.

– How can we uphold the right to life with dignity for all?
– How can we engage communities and encourage active participation?
– How can we build on the capacities, and meet the needs, of higher-risk groups, including older people and people with disabilities?
– How can medical response be appropriate, community-sensitive, and relevant to people’s needs?
– How can we avoid misinformation, stigmatisation and fear?

Please register here: https://ee.humanitarianresponse.info/x/#evoUsbwj

UNDRR ONEA & GETI Webinar "Practical Experiences from P.R. China and the Republic of Korea with COVID-19"

25.03.2020 06:00 pm in Seoul.

This webinar explores how P.R. China and the Republic of Korea have been dealing with COVID-19 and provides reflections on how to use disaster risk reduction strategies to scale these practices across countries. You can register here.