Sunday, February 27, 2005
e-workshop on the Tsunami
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The Human Development Resource Net (HDRNet) has just launched our first e-workshop on the role of local communities and the international response to the Tsunami. What lessons are we learning? How can the international community support local communities in responding to the disaster and in preventing the disastrous consequences of similar phenomena in the future? How can we bring more visibility to the struggles and successes of local communities in confronting this disaster?
Please visit our workshop and participate.
The Human Development Resource Network (HDRNet) is a specialised information gateway and electronic library on human development and international co-operation. HDRNet is part of an international collaborative effort that brings together United Nations organisations, practitioners and academics, enabling a broad community of participants from many different parts of the world to contribute material they consider relevant to the research and practice of human development.
Associate Professor, Dept of Political Science
Director, International Secretariat for Human Development,
York University, McLaughlin College 131, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto
Ontario, Canada M3J 1P3
Phone 416 736 2100 extn 30095