Collaborating 4 DIDRR
DIDRR means making sure the needs and voices of people with disability are included in disaster risk management.
Introducing a four-part webinar series on Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DIDRR)
This webinar series is for people with disability, community, health and disability service providers, government and emergency services personnel who want to develop their capability to work together to ensure the safety and well-being of people with disability before, during and after disaster.
Enhance your professional development and contributions to DIDRR through four full-length webinars. Chapters support easy navigation to information, resources, and good practice examples. Jump forward and back to learn more or re-visit sections of each webinar. All at your own pace.
Join our host, Belinda Drew, Chief Executive Officer, Community Services Industry Alliance, in conversations with leaders from the disability, community, emergency, research, and government sectors.
Together they share:
- expertise and passion for disability inclusion and disaster risk reduction
- tools, resources and tips that you can use to get started
Conversations inspire best practice and share lessons for:
- person-centred emergency preparedness,
- business continuity planning for the disability and community service sector, and
- local government leadership, support and coordination in emergency management and disaster recovery planning.
This webinar series is part of the Disability Inclusive and Disaster Resilient Queensland Project led by the University of Sydney in partnership with the Queenslanders with Disability Network (QDN) and the Community Services Industry Alliance (CSIA).
This project was proudly funded by the Queensland Government through the Queensland Disaster Resilience Fund and the Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy.
For more information contact:
A/Prof. Michelle Villeneuve, Project Lead
Disability Inclusive & Disaster-Relisient
Projects related to Disability Inclusive & Disaster-Relient
Selection of research projects from Collaborating 4 Inclusion