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BOND – DRR June 2008 Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction BOND – DRR June 2008 Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction Building resilient communities and nations by putting the interests and concerns of vulnerable people at the heart of global DRR policy and practice

The purpose of the Global Network is to increase the effectiveness of civil society The purpose of the Global Network is to increase the effectiveness of civil society to build resilient communities and nations by putting the interests and concerns of vulnerable people at the heart of global disaster risk reduction policy and practice Policy Formulation People on the ‘frontline’ of disasters at the heart of policy and practice , Policy Implementation Resource Mobilisation

We can achieve far more by working together. Common objectives and joint actions enable We can achieve far more by working together. Common objectives and joint actions enable us to do this. Need to proactively invest in these actions to get ahead of the curve ,

Getting to grips with the Global Network • A brief history …. . • Getting to grips with the Global Network • A brief history …. . • • Kobe 2005 – Civil Society Statement at closing plenary Official launch at Geneva Global Platform – DRR 2007 Joint NGO position statement 2007 Good practice manual • Agreed Objectives / Defined work streams • Full time chair / 12 person Steering group • Current membership (575 + subscribers, 300 organisations, 90 countries) • Initial funding secured • Supporting collaborative approaches; International Regional –National – Local • Conducting a membership inventory - May 2008 • “Views from the Frontline” Global review of HFA progress ,

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“The impact of the Hyogo framework must be on the ground, where people at-risk “The impact of the Hyogo framework must be on the ground, where people at-risk live, eat and work. To be successful, the HFA must be supported and delivered both globally and locally. ” ,

The challenge is to turn policy into practice , The challenge is to turn policy into practice ,

Successful multi-stakeholder policy implementation require a top down – bottom up approach “Push and Successful multi-stakeholder policy implementation require a top down – bottom up approach “Push and Pull” effect ,

Global Review of HFA “Views from the frontline” We need to look through different Global Review of HFA “Views from the frontline” We need to look through different lenses to establish a clear picture of progress towards Hyogo Framework for Action objectives at the local level ,

Views from the Frontline : - To support the effective delivery of the Hyogo Views from the Frontline : - To support the effective delivery of the Hyogo Framework at the grassroots level Objectives: 1. Independent global overview of progress towards implementation 2. Strengthen public accountability for effective implementation 3. Enhance civil society ability to measure progress, formulate policy positions and develop collaborative approaches GP 2009 4. Provisional baseline to measure future progress ,

Establishing the architecture to review progress in the implementation of the HFA UN-ISDR HFA Establishing the architecture to review progress in the implementation of the HFA UN-ISDR HFA Monitoring Template • Led by UN-ISDR • Engaging designated national authorities • Top down” governmental / intergovernmental perspective • HFA Strategic goals • Five Priorities for Action • Drivers of progress • National-level focus • Process Orientated • On-line survey ,

Establishing the architecture to review progress towards implementation of the HFA at the local Establishing the architecture to review progress towards implementation of the HFA at the local level “Views from the Frontline” • Global Overview • Civil Society led • Engaging local, national, international CSOs • Measuring HFA plus…. • Cross cutting issues • Focused on “systems change” at local government / civil society interface ,

Views from the Frontline - The story so far…. • Core funding secured • Views from the Frontline - The story so far…. • Core funding secured • Concept / Proposal developed and approved • Briefing Sheet available (English / Spanish / French) • Broad regional civil society endorsement • Draft indicators developed • National Coordinating Organisations TORs drafted • Review “Tool Kit” under development • Global inventory launch June 2008 • Website under consideration ,

National Coordinating Organisation • • • , National or local NGO Proven organisational capacity National Coordinating Organisation • • • , National or local NGO Proven organisational capacity Competencies and experience of DRR Active member of regional and national networks and alliances Good working relationships with government and others Expression of interest in NCO role Commitment to working in transparent and participatory manner Access to internet facilities Possible alternatives: National Research / Academic Body / National office of international NGO See TORs for more details

Some benefits of participation… Local level • • • Raise awareness / understanding of Some benefits of participation… Local level • • • Raise awareness / understanding of critical issues Strengthens local voice at national and international levels Indirectly supports mobilisation of resources to build local capacities Opportunity to share information, learn, understand progress, identify gaps & challenges Increase coordination Build coalitions for joint action: local > national > global National level • • , Strengthen capabilities for public policy advocacy Use of empirical evidence to mobilise resources for DRR Identify common issues, challenges and opportunities National voice heard and amplified at international level Raise profile / utility of national networks & alliances Build consensus and coalitions across all levels Strengthen public accountability by measuring progress

Implementation Methodology • Appropriate quantitative and qualitative indicators to measure required change (HFA Plus…, Implementation Methodology • Appropriate quantitative and qualitative indicators to measure required change (HFA Plus…, Cross cutting issues) • Review / survey template (on-line / off line) • National Coordinating Organisations • Support / training resources as required (Tool Kit) • Key informant / stakeholder surveys - Face-to-face interviews / Focus group discussions • Analysis / Mapping of results / Indexes • Conclusions and recommendations • Communications and presentations - June 2009 ,

Local CSO Local NGO International NGO National Network National NGO , National NGO Local Local CSO Local NGO International NGO National Network National NGO , National NGO Local CSO Local NGO Local CSO Global Network National Network Local CSO Local NGO Regional Network Local NGO Local CSO

An invitation and request from the Global Network Steering group • Join the Global An invitation and request from the Global Network Steering group • Join the Global Network of CSO for Disaster Reduction • Complete the membership Inventory and encourage others to do the same - May 2008 • Take part in “Views from the frontline” global review to help establish a clear picture of what’s working and where, and what needs to work better • Help identify and support your “National Coordinating Organisation • Help to ensure and support local & national Civil Society actors to participate in the global review • Contact us if you would be interested in learning more…. ,

marcus. oxley@globalnetwork-dr. org www. unisdr. org/ngos www. globalnetwork-dr. org , marcus. [email protected] org www. unisdr. org/ngos www. globalnetwork-dr. org ,

Critical Role of Civil Society • • • First responders Established presence Working relationships, Critical Role of Civil Society • • • First responders Established presence Working relationships, accessible to poor and vulnerable groups Relevant experience, skills and knowledge Ability to raise awareness, mobilise and harness indigenous knowledge and resources “Effective demand” [PULL FACTOR] Downwards “Public” accountability Foster local ownership Facilitate dialogue, built trust and partnership approaches ……. But… small scale, under-resourced, limited capacity, fragmentation, weak management structures, lack of confidence, marginalisation, accountability and representation issues. Example of a Top down / Bottom up approach • UN-ISDR Global Assessment Review 2009 • , Global Network “Views from the Frontline” : Civil Society perspectives on HFA implementation