Presentations from the conference

Keynote presentations

Keynote 1: Rethinking learning in the new digital age
Niraj Thurairajah, Programme Director, Birmingham City University, UK

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Keynote 2: Lifelong Learning and Disaster Risk Reduction Policies, Programmes, and Challenges in the Southeast Asian Region
Ethel P Valenzuela, Deputy Director of SEAMEO Secretariat, Bangkok, Thailand

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Keynote 3: Paving the Way to Resilience through Lifelong Learning: Micro-planning and community learning centres for disaster management
Satoko Yano, Programme Specialist of Inclusive Quality Education (IQE), UNESCO Bangkok, Thailand

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Keynote 4: Disaster risk management: sustaining cultural integrity – the key to societal resilience
Professor Simon R. Molesworth, AO QC and Vice-Chancellor’s Professiorial Fellow at Monash University, Australia

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Commentary 1: Continuing the Conversation: Resilience or Re-silence?: Reclaiming resilience for Lifelong Learning in the context of Disaster Management
Jose Roberto Guevara, Associate Professor, RMIT, Australia

Commentary 2: Lifelong Learning and Resilience in Disaster Management: Some Comments and Observations
Uwe Gartenschlager, Regional Director, Southeast Asia DVV International


Workshop speakers

Workshop A: Risk Identification and Preparedness

Risk Identification and Preparedness for Extreme Heat: Some lessons from the Field
A1. Associate Professor Mokbul Morsed Ahmad, Coordinator for RRDP,  Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
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Flood Preparedness – Lesson learned from private households and small businesses in Can Tho city, Mekong Delta, Vietnam
A2. Do Thi Chin, GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, Germany
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Rethinking Risk Perception Influence on Local Resilience in Urban Cities and Rural Communities
A3. Associate Professor Ann Kristina M. Bojsen, Bachelor´s Degree Programme in Emergency and Risk Management, Metropolitan University College, Copenhagen Denmark
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Preparing Teachers and Principals to Play a Significant Role Community Disaster Preparedness and Resilience
A4. Associate professor Carol Mutch, School in Critical Studies in Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand
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Workshop B: Restoring Heritage

Resilience in the Tsunami Disaster-Stricken Area and Learning Activities of the Resident―Reconstruction of the Great East Japan Earthquake Area
B1. Professor Emeritus Akitoshi Teuchi, University of Tsukuba, Japan
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Developing Disaster Risk Management Plan to Conserve the Outstanding Universal Value of the Historic City of Ayutthaya, Thailand
B2. Hatthaya Siriphatthanakun, Specialist in Cultural Heritage Conservation, SEAMEO SPAFA
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Managing Conflicts in Heritage Sites, a case of Majapahit Sites in Trowulan – Indonesia
B3. Catrini Pratihari Kubontubuh, M.Arch, PhD Candidate of Architecture, School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development of Institut Teknologi Bandung / Chairperson of Indonesian Heritage Trust
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Workshop C: Resilient Recovery

The Resilience Index towards Natural Disaster in Indonesia
C1. Ratih Dyah Kusumastuti and Viverita, Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
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Emergency Management Capacity Building: Case of New Zealand
C2. Raj Prasanna, Massey University, New Zealand
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Community Learning Center and Climate Change
C3. Vanna Peou, Non-Formal Education Coordinator of NGO Education Partnership (NEP)
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Workshop D: Risk Reduction and Prevention

Aid Niching in Disaster Response and in Post-Disaster Recovery: Differences and implications
D1. Associate Professor J. Sedfrey S. Santiago, Ateneo de Manila University, The Philippines
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Pedagogies of The Unknown: Preparing in a state of uncertainty
D2. Associate professor Mara Benadusi, University of Catania, Italy
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Community-Based Disaster Preparedness Program in Aceh Province, Indonesia: A Case of Meuraxa Sub-District, Banda Aceh City, Aceh Province, Indonesia
D3. Muchlisin Z. A., Syiah Kuala University, Banda Aceh, Indonesia
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Lifelong Learning in Disaster Management: The Indian initiative
D4. Vijay Deshpande, Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences, India
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