The first ACFID SRG Shelter Forum was hosted by
Habitat for Humanity Australia on Friday 21st June 2013. A pdf report summarizing the forum is available while the agenda and audio recordings of each of the sessions are below. here
Graham Saunders, IFRC: Current trends in shelter programming
Dr Esther Charlesworth and Dr Ifte Ahmed, RMIT University: Scoping study – shelter and disaster risk reduction in the Asia-Pacific Region
James Schell, HFHA and Dr Ifte Ahmed, RMIT University: Building resilience of urban slum settlements – a multi-sectoral approach to capacity building in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Brett Moore, WorldVision: Culture, conflict and climate change: housing, land and property issues in stateless Somalia.
Rod Johnston, Partner Housing Australia: Resilience of shelter – minimum structural design for cyclonic wind, earthquake and tsunami resistance.
Kirsten McDonald, Arup: Urban climate change resilience (UCCR)
Tessa Kelly, IFRC: Regulatory barriers to shelter – housing, land and property issues, land use planning and building code enforcement after a disaster.
Graham Saunders, IFRC: What are the components that make up a resilient built environment?
Dr Ifte Ahmed, RMIT University: Community engagement driven processes to improve conditions in urban slums.
2. Opening Remarks
3. Importance of Shelter
4. Importance of Shelter (part 2)
5. Shelter and DRR
6. Regulatory Barriers
7. Community Engagement
8. Built Environment
9. Resilience of Shelter
10. Resilience of Shelter (part 2)
11. Resilience of Shelter (part 3)
12. Conflict and Climate Change
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The first UK Shelter Forum was hosted by
Oxfam GB on 11.12.06. The topic of this forum was Rising to the Challenge: NGO-Led Shelter Construction. Speakers included:
Tom White, CHF: A Catalyst Approach to Housing
Vicki Wooding, Habitat for Humanity GB: Using Contractors
Elizabeth Babister, Oxfam: Beneficiary Led Reconstruction
Jo da Silva, Arup: Seismic Issues