Global Disaster Politics Post Sendai

As the global costs of disasters continue to rise, a new global framework for disaster risk reduction was negotiated at a high-level conference in Sendai, Japan in March 2015. Newfound global attention to the topic increased the difficulty of negotiations, but also created opportunities, especially for Switzerland as an active leader in disaster risk reduction in international development.

 

Center for Security Studies (CSS), ETH Zurich, 2015

Global Disaster Politics Post Sendai
http://www.css.ethz.ch/publications/pdfs/CSSAnalyse173-EN.pdf

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