Africa – Americas – Arab States – Asia & Pacific – Central Asia – Europe
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1 #DRR Disaster Risk Reduction – “#Duty-to-Warn”
Disaster law initiatives to combat climate change – “Duty-to-Warn”
How to grapple with the increasing frequency and severity of a wide array of both ‘human-made’ and ‘natural’ disasters.
Experts say we have three years to save the planet
International law must comply by 2020 latest with national #disasterlaw
Law part of the solution and remains part of the problem.
Domestic lawmaker trying to influence development of international law
State and territorial Sovereignty (no assistance) if state protection against disaster in place.
Responsibility to protect in a disaster event, deliberate action.
Is there a will to extend international law, yes within the domestic jurisdiction?
Is there a will to extend the new international treaties within the domestic jurisdiction?
Right to life, right to housing – Bottom up
In decision making leaders can compel more soft law, before the actual disaster events occur
Work together communal/regional level with law as support most important.
Can customary law affect traditional international law?
Can international standards and codes to interpret what is human rights? Bring as evidence?
Duty-to-prevent contagious diseases, or responsibility. No silver bullet solution.
Join a treaty or not
R G P – Prevention disaster law
Unpredictable Powerlessness Right to information
Early Warning Systems
Tropical storms and hurricanes
Destroy 90% of the economy
Integrated part of the countries development plans. From represent a shift from managing disaster to focus on risks.
Public policies and legal framework
Who and how to make a declaration of a disaster.
Decision and awareness for
Legislative status demand focus on vulnerable groups
Governor’s incentives would be most appropriate
The implementation for education and awareness building for decision makers and politicians and empower local drr authorities.
Multiple sources if information to find their ways
Sendai framework target (g), increased access to multi-hazard early warning systems.
How to ensure a single voice principle duty-to-warn and the general self-preparedness concept.
Legal obligation – Notify boundary states in duty-to-warn article 9 “reduce risk”
Four technical component elements in early warning systems in Bonn 2003
1 Risk Knowledge – Prior Knowledge of the Risks Faced by Communities
2 Warning Service – Technical Monitoring and Warning Service for These Risks
3 Dissemination of Understandable Warnings to Those at Risk
4 Response Capability – Knowledge and Preparedness to Act
Metrological hydrological organisations and services
Peoples Centred Early Warning Systems
Multiple channels used
Europe: Assess and mitigate risk to establish emergency plans participatory approach.
Citizen’s rights to receive information before and during an emergency
Self-protection buildings high risk activities. Prevention for false alarms – Crowed wisdom.
When is redundancy needed? Compulsion depends on situation to save life, linked to impact.
Should storms be named – impact to preparedness generate emotional reaction?
Can sustainable development in the NUA be implemented faster through generation of emotional Reaction?
Transition when crossing boundaries
Make sure updated sectoral validated emergency plans in place, with the effort and strive to rescue every life. Protection against hacking.
Apart from People Centred Early Warning Systems with triangulating possibilities (social media) etc. Why have law makers, in 14 years, failed to implement the Early Warning Systems internationally?
2011 Arab spring – safe refugee passage out
Chartering of planes and boats between Malta and Libya
Required held Mirage planes back
Complex because no-flight zone
Army, police, civil protection, head authorities, hospitals, private contractors, hoteliers, cruise liners
Took injured people from both sides of the conflict up till 2014
WHO, Red Cross
What happens if you lose keppy up????
A business continuity plan that a could be involved in
Resist – The implementation for education and awareness building for decision makers and politicians and empower local DRR authorities.
Build – Work together communal/regional level with law as support most important. Capacity building How to make a declaration of a disaster?
Rise – In decision making leaders can compel more soft law, before the actual disaster events occur.
Make sure updated sectoral validated emergency plans in place, with the effort and strive to rescue every life.
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