- Meeting or Conference
- Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR)
- 07-09 Jun 2014
- China (Beijing)
- Beijing International Convention Center (BICC)
- English, Chinese (for the opening ceremony only)
- With live translation:
The IRDR Programme, in partnership with the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST), will host the 2nd IRDR Conference, under the theme "Integrated Disaster Risk Science: A Tool for Sustainability" from 7 to 9 June 2014 at the Beijing International Convention Center (BICC) in Beijing, China.
The Conference will place emphasis on the importance of science as a tool to address hazard risks and issues of sustainable development.
This will be accomplished through a series of plenaries and break-out sessions dealing with the challenges of implementing integrated disaster risk research, inter-organisational collaboration, and policy, as well as the interaction with sustainable development activities. The sessions will address the range of environmental hazards, vulnerability, and sustainability, in both global and local contexts.
IRDR Conference 2014 will bring together leading experts in the field of disaster risk reduction from all academic and professional specialities to help create a global IRDR community, and bring continued worldwide attention to the IRDR programme.
What is included in the event feeA limited number of travel support scholarships are available for participants from low-income countries/regions to present their papers. Please email email@example.com indicating that you wish to be considered for travel support.
Researchers, politicians, practitioners, funding agencies and disaster risk reduction-related organisations
How to register
Registration for the IRDR Conference 2014 is now open.
All participants, including invited speakers, are requested to register for the Conference via the on-line form. The on-line registration system will be closed on 30 May 2014 at 24:00 (Beijing time).
- Capacity Development, Advocacy & Media, Private Sector, Risk Identification & Assessment, Governance, Water, Disaster Risk Management, Social Impacts & Social Resilience, Science and Technology