Seminar invitation: Livelihood Resilience, research, and practice

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  • 2015•06•25     Bonn

    2015 is a critical year for the international community, supported by science and practice, to work towards a new development finance regime, towards sustainable development goals for all, and an ambitious climate agreement in Paris. At the heart of these discussions is human welfare and resilience, and how to secure livelihoods for people that are highly exposed to the impacts of climate change in vulnerable countries.

    The United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security, the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) and the Munich Re Foundation, cordially invite you to attend a seminar examining recent research and practice on livelihood resilience.

    • Date and time: 10:00-17:30 Friday, June 26, 2015
    • Location: United Nations University EHS, room 2309
    • Purpose: Share experience on Livelihood Resilience in Bangladesh (GIBIKA), exchange project experiences through a round-table discussion, and raise awareness between German and Bangladesh officials and decision makers about emerging research.
    • Chief Guest: Mr Mohammed Najmul Huda, Counsellor, Bangladesh Embassy
    • RSVP: As space is limited, kindly confirm your participation by 19 June 2015 to Ms. Rachael Hansen (

    Findings and insights from the Bangladesh “GIBIKA” (livelihood resilience) project will be shared, followed by a seminar featuring presentations by collaborating organizations concerning their work on this and related themes.

  • Gibika Flyer 2015

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