This paper highlights ten critical elements (with key practical actions) considered crucial to reduce disaster risk. It is endorsed by a broad cross-section of 800+ civil society organisations that collectively feel that these should be substantive elements within the post-2015 DRR framework.
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Broadly informed by the document "Elements for Consideration in the Post-2015 Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction" (UNISDR December 2013), this joint position paper is offered to national governments and international partners for consideration during the on-going conversations to develop the post-2015 Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA2). It draws from the expertise of a broad range of civil society actors and community practitioners working to strengthen the resilience of at-risk men and women, including the 38 representatives who participated at the Civil Society Forum in Geneva, Switzerland 10-11 Feb 2014.
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