‘BETTER LAWS: STRONGER HUMANITARIAN ACTION’
Training workshop on strengthening disaster laws and humanitarian action
Malé, Maldives, 11-12 October 2011
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) held a regional training workshop in Malé, Maldives, to discuss strengthening disaster laws and humanitarian action in South Asia. The workshop was facilitated by the IFRC’s International Disaster Response Law (IDRL) and Humanitarian Dialogue (HD) Asia-Pacific programmes, together with the IFRC country delegation in Malé.
Read here the relevant article from the December 2011 IDRL Newsletter.
Overview of Humanitarian Diplomacy and Strategy 2020 (Razmi Farook, IFRC)
The 31st International Conference and the auxiliary role of national societies (Kimberley Rajaretnam, ICRC)
Overview of disaster law topics (David Fisher, IFRC)
The South Asia Context: Disaster laws (Tessa Kelly, IFRC)
International instruments (David Fisher, IFRC)
Disaster Laws in Nepal (Bijay Dahal, Nepal Red Cross Society)
Disaster Laws in Pakistan (Nadeem Ahmed Abro, Pakistan National Disaster Management Agency)
Strengthening Humanitarian Action (Razmi Farook, IFRC)
Humanitarian Diplomacy in Action (Surein Peiris, IFRC)