ADRRN Advocacy note for WCDRR

ADRRN intends to amplify the voices of vulnerable communities and articulate their opinions in shaping global commitments; thus connecting policy with ground reality. These messages put forth are outcomes of several in-depth research and advocacy efforts carried out by ADRRN in the Asia Pacific region since 2013. These voices were captured by “Community Resilience Survey” CRS, 2013, conducted in 8 countries viz.

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ADRRN side event in WCDR

Voices from vulnerable communities:
“Road to Sendai” and beyond
 
DATE
17 March 2015
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TIME
9.00 hrs to 13.00 hrs
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VENUE
Tohoku University Kawauchi-kita Campus A106
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ORGANISERS
Asian Disaster Reduction and Response Network (ADRRN) and Japan CSO Coalition for 2015 WCDRR
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PDI Flood contingency plan 2014
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Addressing Underlying Causes
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