Call for Abstracts
Conference on Rights, Responsibilities and Disasters: Using the Law to Reduce Disaster Risk in Asia Pacific

The organisers welcome any papers or panels examining the use of international and domestic law in the Asia-Pacific region as a driver for disaster risk reduction.

We particularly encourage papers based on our three conference thematic pillars (which align with the upcoming 2024 Asia-Pacific Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction).

These are:

1.       Enabling the legal framework to support and incentivize Disaster Risk Reduction Financing.

2.       Inclusive Disaster Risk Governance – ensuring that no one is left behind in DRR efforts.

3.       Localization of Disaster Risk Reduction (in both urban and rural contexts).

We offer the opportunity to present through oral presentation or posters.

We also encourage the submission of complete panels (of up to 4 participants). If you wish to organise a panel, please ensure that each participant submits their abstracts individually. There is no charge for submitting an abstract or for attendance at the event.

The deadline for abstract submission is: 29 April 2024.

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