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New Reference work edited by Amita Singh, the International Handbook of Disaster Research has an extensive section on Disaster Law with contributions from members of the IDEAL network.


Join the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), the NAPSIPAG Disaster Research Group (NDRG), the Institute of Law, Emergencies and Disasters (LEAD) and the Institute of Social Sciences and the Sphere India for a Conference addressing the urgent need for better coordination

and cooperation in disaster risk reduction and disaster preparedness and response.

This conference will explore the integral role of disaster law in preventing climate change and disasters, the unique challenges faced by Small Island Developing States and the relationship between Disaster Law Law and International Humanitarian Law.

SkyView Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand and online

29-30 November 2023

To express your interest, click HERE


The Yearbook of International Disaster Law is calling for abstracts for both the general section and the Thematic Section, "Technology and Disasters".

The editors encourage contributions that will discuss both the promise and peril of new technologies. Papers are particularly welcomed on international disaster law and its connection to the following topics: Digital technologies; Artificial intelligence; Real-time hazard systems; Cyberattacks; Drones; Satellites; Remote sensing; Other emerging technologies or technological impacts. Editors also encourage papers that would cover international law issues of disasters caused by technological hazards, such as oil spills, nuclear, chemical or radiological accidents.

YIDL CfA 2023 Issue no. 6_Final
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Deadline: 30th November.

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