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(ANSA) – Trieste, October 23 – The Central European Platform on Disaster Resilience for Sustainable Development was born in Udine with the aim of “making key multidisciplinary recommendations to support and facilitate administrators and policy-makers working in risk-prone regions of the world.” Identify and implement actions aimed at a more sustainable, secure and resilient future.” The date is set for tomorrow and Tuesday, when 20 international experts will gather behind closed doors at the Palazzo del Torso to lay the foundations for the recommendations.

This event is the first step in a cooperation program activated between the Central European Initiative (Ince) and the University of Udine with the support of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region.

The initiative – explains the university – aims to support activities aimed at achieving the sustainable development goals set by the UN 2030 Agenda. The meeting is coordinated by the President of UNESCO at the University of Friuli, under the supervision of Stefano Grimaz, and organized in cooperation with the International Center for Mechanical Sciences (CISM). The two working days will be attended by experts running UNESCO Chairs from different countries of the Central European region, in different United Nations agencies, in the field of national and regional civil protection, and researchers from the National Institute of Oceanography and Experimental Geophysics (OGS). ) from Trieste. Also expected are the Regional University and Research Adviser, Alicia Rosolin, Ince Deputy Secretary-General, Nina Kodelja, and Dean of the University of Udine, Roberto Benton. “The important collaboration created between the various institutional themes in our region – explains Benton – reminds us of the synergy that allowed us to carry out the reconstruction after the 1976 earthquake in Friuli and which today constitutes an earlier example of disaster resilience.” (Dealing).

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