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Regional resolutions mentioning the IDRL Guidelines

Americas

Organisation of American States (OAS) Resolution 2750 of 4 June 2012 on  Existing Mechanisms for Disaster Prevention and Response and Humanitarian Assistance Among the Member States, and the InterAmerican Plan of 9 May 2012 - Matriz general de "Plan Interamericano para la prevención, la atención y la coordinación de la asistencia humanitaria”.

Enhancing International Humanitarian Partnerships in Latin America and the Caribbean (EIHP), Panama Declaration of 30 March 2011 & Action Plan of 17 April 2012.

Organisation of American States (OAS) Resolution 2647 of 7 June 2011 on Existing Mechanisms for Disaster Prevention and Response and Humanitarian Assistance Among the Member States.

Enhancing International Humanitarian Partnerships in Latin America and the Caribbean (EIHP), Quito Declaration of 27 April 2011. 

Enhancing International Humanitarian Partnerships in Latin America and the Caribbean (EIHP), Buenos Aires Declaration, of 17-18 June 2010.

Enhancing International Humanitarian Partnerships in Latin America and the Caribbean (EIHP), Declaration of Florianópolis, of 4 September 2009.

Organisation of American States (OAS) Resolution 2492 of 4 June 2009 on Existing Mechanisms for Disaster Prevention and Response and Humanitarian Assistance Among the Member States.

Asia-Pacific

Forty-third Pacific Islands Forum, Forum Communiqué, of 28-20 August 2012.

Pacific Islands Applied Geoscience Commission (SOPAC), Communiqué, Inaugural Pacific Regional Disaster Risk Management Meeting for CEOsof Finance/Planning and Disaster Management, “A Call for Action”, of 23 July 2008.

Europe

European Union, European Consensus on Humanitarian Aid, January 2008.




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