The Sendai Framework for Disaster Reduction 2015-2030 calls for a broad-based cooperation of actors from all areas of society (e.g. science and research, administration, politics, practice) and across national borders. Furthermore, the international frameworks should be implemented coherently, which can only be achieved through interdisciplinary cooperation between institutions and individuals, e.g. in the areas of disaster prevention, climate change adaptation and sustainable development.
DKKV is actively involved in a large number of national and international networks and cooperates with these partners in various contexts. These networks are listed below.
This list will be successively expanded.
The DKKV is a founding member and actively involved in its organisation. Moreover, it is the network's office since July 2020 and is responsible for organisational work.
The UNFCCC supports inter alia climate change negotiations, the implementation of the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Climate Convention. The Secretariat also supports governments and institutions in developing techniques that can help to increase resilience to the unavoidable consequences of climate change.
Through the observer status held by DKKV, DKKV representatives are entitled to participate in the UN Climate Change Conference.
Within the network, new and interesting reports and work from the various disciplines are shared. Furthermore, the network aims to give more visibility to the members and their topics and thus enable cooperation for scholarships or research projects.
Benni Thiebes is member of the network as managing director of DKKV.
In addition, it aims to improve policy-making mechanisms related to the management and prevention of the effects of natural events.
The IRDR is financed by the UN Office for Disaster Reduction (UNDRR) and the International Science Council (ISC), among others.
A network of national committees in the UN member states supports the research. These committees serve as national contact points, are intended to promote networking and to advise and support political decision-makers in decision-making.
The DKKV assumes the role of national committee for the Federal Republic of Germany.
DKKV is a member of Risk KAN and Benni Thiebes, as DKKV's Managing Director, is part of a working group on early warning systems.
The DKVK has supported ICLEI as a partner in organising the Resilient Cities Congress and, among other things, offered 2 excursions for the participants.
DKKV is a member of the Climate Navigator network.
Das DKKV ist die nationale Kontaktstelle des GNDR.