IDRiM2021 Virtual Conference
The 11th International Conference of the International Society for the INTEGRATED DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT
Online, 22-24 September 2021
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION EXTENDED TO 30 JUNE 2021
Both Call for Abstracts and Special Session Abstract Submission deadline are extended to 30th June!
Reviewing the Effectiveness of Integrated Disaster Risk Management Initiatives: IDRiM Saga from 2001 to 2021
IDRiM2021 will celebrate 12 years since the official establishment of the International Society for Integrated Disaster Risk Management(IDRiM) in 2009, and 20 years since our founding members first discussed integrated disaster risk management at the first IIASA-DPRI Annual Forum on Integrated Disaster Risk Management in 2001. Since 2009, we have hosted IDRiM conferences annually in various countries around the world, showcasing research, implementation case studies, and addressing some of the most pressing problems in the field.
This year, we are planning to hold IDRiM2021 in an online format on 22-24 September 2021. Given the current world situation regarding the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, especially in Japan, we decided to hold the IDRiM2021 conference fully ONLINE.
Early Bird Registration will start soon.
Extended the deadline for the submission of both Call for Abstracts and Special Session Abstract Submission.
The conference will be held fully in online format.
Call For Abstracts
IDRiM2021 takes on a special meaning as we look back at two decades of applied and theoretical research on IDRiM. Thus, we may ask, how has IDRiM contributed to disaster risk reduction(DRR)? Should IDRIM play a more prominent role in global platforms on DRR, development, and climate change adaptation? Can IDRiM promote implementation science through ideas such as the case-station field campuses (CASiFiCA) and other initiatives? Can IDRiM play a stronger role in bridging the gap between local, national, and international multi-stakeholder discussions on DRR? How “integrated” have our efforts been? Do we need to expand our views? How can advances from other disciplinary fields and initiatives that have not been traditionally included in the DRR discourse (e.g. sustainable futures, conscious businesses and new economics paradigms, green construction, life cycle assessment and planning, environmental protection including reducing consumption and waste, simple living, green cities, disaster history, anthropology, and cultural studies, and many more) contribute to DRR and vice versa?