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CIRIDE Second Circular Doc

CIRIDE Second Circular Doc

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Published by: Graciela L. Argüello on Sep 28, 2012
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Objective
Create a common meeting space between the academic sector andthe government agencies so as to raise awareness within thecommunity and the decision-makers about the disaster risk as a mainissue that involves everybody, in order to optimize the actions thateach area carries out, settling the subject matter in society as well asin the public agenda with the purpose to achieve a sustainableterritorial development.
http://ciride.unca.edu.ar
Organizers
National University of Catamarca -ArgentinaSchool of Technology and AppliedSciences - Instituto de Monitoreo y Controlde la Degradación Geoambiental-IMCoDeG
Co-organizers
Working Group on Geologic Hazard and TerritorialSustainability (GH&TS) - Geo-science forEnvironmental Management (GEM) - InternationalUnion on Geological Sciences (IUGS)Working Group Geomorphological HazardIAGeomhaz - International Association of 
 APRIL 22 - 24 2013CATAMARCA – ARGENTINA 
“Adding efforts for the disaster risk reduction and thestrengthening of sustainableterritorial development” 
 
INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ONDISASTER RISKS AND SUSTAINABLETERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT -CIRiDe
 
 
Objectives 
1. Build a comprehensive view of the relation among territorial development, sustainability,democratization, reduction and resilience of disaster risk.2. Foster a debate and spreading scope for applied researches and methodologies, related todisaster risk.3. Understand the real threat for the development of peoples and the safe life of thecommunities.4. Raise awareness in governmental agencies and decision- makers about the need to consideras a first-
priority measure the reduction of disaster risk and the adjustment to climatechange, fostering policies and actions in the sustainable development process.5. Involve the academic- scientific sector providing the appropriate setting for the discussion anddissemination of the results concerning the origin and evolution of disaster risks.
6.
Draw attention and raise awareness of the private sector and the whole community, about the needto understand the existence of the risk and the role that each sector plays before it.
7.
Tackle the prevention of disaster risk from the educational sector, as a compounding factor of knowledge, through its assessment and description, and the spreading of precautionary measures.
8.
Encourage the building of relationships among the high- risk population, the academic-scientificsector of the universities and governments, posing joint actions of precaution and mitigation of itseffects on society.
 
ADDRESSEES
 
The Researcher Team of the actor-associations related to thesubject area, which analyze the causes and effects of thedisaster risks and their impact on society, intends to join thedifferent and multiple actors, and, to this end, calls forparticipation to the scientific academic sector, governmentagencies, private and public companies, legislative actors, Civilorganizations, educational institutions, health areas and thewhole community.
 
SCIENTIFIC TECHNICAL SPACE OFLECTURES AND PAPER PRESENTATIONS
SIMPOSIA
1. Public policy and its relation in the management and reduction of risks.2. The disaster risks and the territorial sustainability.3. Legislation and disaster risks.4. Training on civil protection for new actors.5. Territorial planning before the risk.6. Infrastructures and disaster risks.7. New technologies on Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and SpatialData Infrastructures (SDI) before the disaster risks.8. Early warning system and response faced with the event of disaster risks.9. The disaster risks and the climate change.10. The academic research and the disaster risks.11. The educational sector and the disaster risk precaution.12. The health system in the presence of emergencies and disasters13. The rebuilding and resilience faced with disaster risks.14. Tangible cultural heritage and disaster risk
SERIES OF LECTURES
Led by the members of IUGS
(International Union of Geological Sciences)GEM (Geo-science for Environmental Management)
, a group of lecturesdealing with several aspects of geological risks.
DEVELOPMENT OF COLLABORATIVE WORKSHOPS
a-
 
INSTITUTIONALWith the involvement of Technicians of different management agencies1.
 
Territorial Planning before Disaster risk2.
 
GPS operationb -EDUCATIONALWith the involvement of actors from the Educational Sector (Headmasters,Teachers, Administrative and Assistant staff)1.
 
The response before seismic risk from the educational system -2.
 
Nano-science and the nano-technology. Impacts and risks -3.
 
Approaching the geology to school –4.
 
How to manage in educational institutions before a risk and-or naturaldisaster
PRE-CONGRESS COURSES
During the first week in October the detailed information of pre-Congress courses will be available for all the interested participants.

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