Webinar #10: 21 July 2017
This webinar presents the principles of social collaboration in Community DRR and adaptive capacities.
Multi-stakeholder collaboration and its structures, processes and practices are essential for building resilience/adaptive capacity of urban communities through resource sharing in community disaster-risk reduction (DRR) and learning programs.
The objectives of this webinar are:
- To provide insight into the principles of developing a structure that can enable collaborative processes to support citizen and/or community resilience/adaptive capacity building using DRR or education programs; and
- To demonstrate how the case studies on 3 projects/initiatives highlight collaboration in relation to good practices for urban development resource sharing and to serve as references for similar implementation elsewhere.
Our resource speaker, who will join us live from the ADB Institute in Tokyo is Dr. Paul Ofei-Manu. He is currently a Fellow of the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES). Until 30 June 2017, he was the Task Manager for Education and Senior Policy Researcher, and has been an IGES staff member since 2011. He was previously a researcher and adjunct lecturer at the Miyagi University of Education, Japan. His research interests include education, governance, DRR, climate change adaptation, capacity development and sustainable development goals (SDGs).