#DRR Disaster Risk Reduction – #DutytoShelter

Africa – Americas – Arab States – Asia & Pacific – Central Asia – Europe


When all the ice has melted, first I will be Warm and then I will be Cold.

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3 #DRR Disaster Risk Reduction – “#Duty-to-Shelter”

(urban/rural) disaster law, an urgent step-up of multi-stakeholder collaboration, coalitions of non-state actors and their flagship disaster adaptation initiatives?

Their objectives are to stay mobilized, accelerate climate action and streamline the implementation of the Paris Agreement, the Agenda for Action.

We ponder on what role law and policy governing disaster risk reduction should play in a changing global landscape.

Experts say we have three years to save the planet

International law must comply by 2020 latest with national #disasterlaw


Human rights law

There is a need for the International Federation of the Red Cross to promote human rights when assisting states in their DRR strategies, legislation and policies to prevent human rights abuses.

Sendai includes human rights practise law

Persons and their Property, health and livelihoods Hyogo framework

Monitoring bodies

Action priorities

Access to information
sharing information

Technology transfers (Article 15, of economic)

Education programs

Public awareness





Priority 2

Disaster risk governance,

Land use, urban planning laws, building codes and safety standards

Infrastructure, community services

Priority 3

Investing for resilience

Insurance, risk transfer

Schools, hospitals

Building better from the start

Identification of areas for human settlements and court places

Issue of livelihoods

Protection programs in place for food perspective

Cattle protection

Food, nutrition, housing, education and property


Priority 4

Forecasting, early warning systems

Stock piling schemes of necessary materials

Recovery schemes of from the perspective of health also mental health (Psycho social support (TV, football field for kids)) and engaging with older persons and people with disabilities, some content women.

Sendai and Hyogo frameworks and practise of country visits (rapporteurs)

Communication procedures

Housing, idps, health, toxic waste, food, water


European court of human right can make binding decisions, UN non-binding

Landslides manmade disaster

Right information to public of disaster risk situation – human right

Disaster predictable non-predictable, known un-known, imminent non-imminent

Metrological hazards as such are beyond human control

Imminent hazards reoccurring, ? obligations are much higher

Illegal slum dwelling

Dangerous area

Extreme information for participation and justice in preamble to help the environment in relation to DRR

1998 Binding convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in decision-making and access to justice in environmental matters – unece

Public authorities possess and update environmental information which is relevant to their functions

Land use and misuse of land in context of disaster evictions

Right to adequate housing

The U.?N. Human Rights Council adopted the resolution, which was submitted by the Brazilian and Ecuadorian governments, last month at its headquarters in Geneva. Diplomats say the document could now lay the groundwork for more cities-focused work by the council –>

GOOD NEWS Adopted resolution #L30 – 37th Meeting, 35th Session Human Rights Council http://webtv.un.org/watch/ahrc35l.30rev.1-vote-item3-37th-meeting-35th-regular-session-human-rights-council/548071109600

#ClimateChance #CCAgadir17 #Cities #EUSEW17 #c40cities #NUA #NAU #CCCRdg #Habitat3 #Humanrights


Law humanitarian protection and assistance

Sendai – right to development

Emergency help to pregnant women – accessibility


Capacity to protect yourself and recover should be part of any drr planning and response

Nepal Dead 9‘, injured 22’ and in shelter 800’

Maternal health had not been included in DRR planning

One in five women (20%) are likely pregnant during an emergency

Red Cross – Human rights

IASC – Soft law consider health care

ILCPR – How human rights relevant to drr are claimed in practice

How can these be realised progressive

ICPRR – Derogations

How does (cities) economic and cultural rights apply during an emergency?

Getting kids back in school into safe place

Preparedness strategies empowerment of population – knowledge

Reducing mortality population wellbeing also metal health care

Capacity of health workers – Applying implementing drr approaches in health work it self

Promoting and enhancing training capacity particularly in the field disaster medicine, supporting and training community help groups

Enhance cooperation between health authorities and other relevant stake holders

Stimulating public private investments in drr prevention including help facilities lifesaving harmonising measures

Human rights include Eco-systems, environmental health and animal health

Stock pile emergency supplies, training help data, focus on mental health

IFRC – Sendai Framework – Human rights law

Driven by needs informed by rights – neutrality (Positivity – Non-activist)

To avoid human violation

Human rights need to be mainstreamed into every stage of humanitarian relief effort.

Maternal health in communities impacted 1.4 million women possible home births. Pregnant 93 000 10 300 expected to deliver every month.

Nepal: IFLC timeline

Donations, search and rescue, training people for first aid, cash transfer programs.

Hard and soft law to discuss human rights

Building up that knowledge and power to claim rights before disaster – preparedness

Community pilot in Cambodia “Know your rights” also DRR


#SendaiFramework #Switch2Sendai #Policy #Governance

#Cities #Safety #Arctic #Maritime






#EWS #EarlyWarningSystems


#Federation Disaster Law Programme

#RedCross #Oilspills #ocean #ships #environment

#Disasterlaw #UrbanDisasterLaw

#law #disaster #risk #reduction

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