A month on from the Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction (GPDRR) in Indonesia and our attention here at GNDR is swinging to the High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) in New York in July.
As the dust settles from all the hard work at GPDRR, it’s now time to reflect on the impact our network has made on the next phase of the Sendai Framework implementation – and how to connect this to wider agenda 2030 processes at HLPF and COP27.
This article aims to provide top-line, initial policy reflections on the outcomes of GPDRR and the Co-Chairs’ Summary: Bali Agenda for Resilience. Plus map out future opportunities to further strengthen our collective policy work.
If you would like more information, the chance to share your reflections, and connect with other members, please join our policy webinar on Monday, 27 July 2022.
Our calls to action outlined eight specific policy messages for GPDRR 2022 and beyond. Here, our members in the global south outlined eight key areas they feel everyone working on risk reduction globally must focus time, resources, and energy on if we are to reach the Sendai Framework targets by 2030.