Transport at GPDRR2022 in Bali, Indonesia

The UN General Assembly recognises the Global Platform as a critical mechanism to review progress on the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction. At the Platform, governments, the UN system and all stakeholders get together to identify ways to further accelerate the implementation of the Sendai Framework.


Find us at the #GPDRR2022 in Bali, Indonesia (and online) 

Stakeholder Forum Parallel Session 4: Disaster Governance – Engagement of Stakeholder in National Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies

Organised by SEM | 24 May, 11:00-12:00

Session objectives:

  • Share experiences, good practices and lessons learned of inclusive governance in the implementation of the Sendai Framework.
  • Identify elements of successful governance and inclusion that we wish to see replicated.
  • Understand how previous barriers to good governance and inclusion were overcome and document those strategies.

Stakeholder Forum Parallel Session 5: Policy-Coherence Between Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change

Organised by SEM | 24 May, 11:00-12:00

Session objectives:

  • Provide a platform for exchange between stakeholders and the 27th Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP27) secretariat and presidency, about plans for integration of resilience in the CO27 deliberations and agendas.
  • Provide a space for knowledge exchange between stakeholders on effective means of engaging within COP.
  • Provide a platform for knowledge exchange on the interlinkages between DRR and climate change, as well as impactful policy-coherence between DRR and climate change.
  • Provide a platform for strategy development on how to enhance the collective engagement of DRR stakeholders within intergovernmental avenues of climate change policy and advocacy.

GPDRR Thematic Session: Financing Local Investment Through Risk Informed and Bankable Strategies

Organised by UNDRR | 26 May, 14:15-15:45

Session objectives:

  • Analyse existing gaps and challenges hampering the ability to access and mobilise required financial resources;  
  • Understand how local governments and communities, including women’s organisations, have accessed funding and finance;  
  • Discuss practical solutions for developing risk informed and bankable resilience projects;
  • Identify opportunities for increasing national budgetary allocations and city revenue generation for DRR;
  • Deliver recommendations on what more needs to be done by stakeholders.

Midterm Review Plenary 3: Rethinking sustainable development; investing with strategic foresight to build resilience

Organised by UNDRR  | 27 May, 14:00-16:30

The Plenaries of the Midterm Review of the Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 (MTR SF) provide States and non-State stakeholders the opportunity to engage in a moderated exchange and discussion to:

  • take stock of progress in implementing the framework since adoption,
  • examine changes in context and new emerging issues since 2015, and those expected in the period to 2030
  • examine renovations to risk governance and risk management that can accelerate and amplify actions pursuing the achievement of the outcome and goal of the Sendai Framework, and risk-informed regenerative and sustainable development.