09 November 2016

 09 November 2016

Please see the detailed programme of each day in the left menu.

Wednesday 09 November: Arrival of Participants
0815-0900Registration in the foyer of Rex Hotel
Wednesday 9 November Morning: Plenary Session
0900-0905Welcome and Introduction, ASEM LLL Hub, Mr Anders Martinsen
0905-0915Opening Speech by Mr Le Huy Lam, Director, SEAMEO CELLL
0915-0925Opening Speech by Deputy Head of Mission Christian Brix Moller, Embassy of Denmark, Vietnam
0925-0930Opening Remarks by Mr Ananto Kusuma Seta, Ministry of Education and Culture Republic of Indonesia and former Director of ASEM Education Secretaria
0930-0940Opening Remarks by Ms Ai Goto Araki, Assistant Director at The Japan Foundation, Jakarta
0940-0945Opening Remarks by Mr Peter Mackenney, Representative from Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF)
0945-0950Introduction to themes and profiles of the keynote speakers, Mr Le Huy Lam, Director, SEAMEO CELLL
0950-1030Keynote 1: Rethinking learning in the new digital age
Niraj Thurairajah, Programme Director, Birmingham City University, UK
1030-1050Q&A Session
Chair: Mr Le Huy Lam, Director, SEAMEO CELLL
  
1050-1110Coffee break
  
Wednesday 9 November Afternoon: Parallel Workshops
1110-1250Session 1
 Workshop A: Risk Identification and Preparedness
 Chair: TBA
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
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
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
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
  
 Workshop B: Restoring Heritage
 

Chair: TBA
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
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
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

  
1250-1345Lunch
  
1345-1515Session 2
 Workshop C: Resilient Recovery
 Chair: TBA
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
Emergency Management Capacity Building: Case of New Zealand
C2. Raj Prasanna, Massey University, New Zealand
Community Learning Center and Climate Change

C3. Vanna Peou, Non-Formal Education Coordinator of NGO Education Partnership (NEP)
  
 Workshop D: Risk Reduction and Prevention
 

Chair: TBA
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
Pedagogies of The Unknown: Preparing in a state of uncertainty
D2. Associate professor Mara Benadusi, University of Catania, Italy
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
Lifelong Learning in Disaster Management: The Indian initiative
D4. Vijay Deshpande, Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences, India

  
1515-1535Coffee break
  
Wednesday 9 November Afternoon: Plenary Session
1535-1615Keynote 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
1615-1630Q&A Session
Chair: Mr Le Huy Lam, Director, SEAMEO CELLL
1630-1700Commentary 1:
Jose Roberto Guevara, Associate Professor, RMIT, Australia
1700Day Rapporteur:
Mr Le Huy Lam, Director, SEAMEO CELLL
  
1900-2100Gala Dinner
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