UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR)
ISDR is a strategic framework, adopted by United Nations Member States in 2000, aiming to guide and coordinate the efforts of a wide range of partners to achieve a substantial reduction in disaster losses and build resilient nations and communities as a fundamental condition for sustainable development. UNISDR is the secretariat of the ISDR system. It comprises numerous organisations, states, intergovernmental and non-governmental organisations, financial institutions, technical bodies and civil society, which work together and share information to reduce disaster risk.
Global Risk Forum Davos (GRF)
The foundation GRF Davos aims to bridge the gaps between science, administration, the private sector, the practice and the public regarding risk reduction, disaster management, and climate change mitigation and adaptation. GRF Davos is the organiser of the International Disaster and Risk Conference (IDRC). IDRC is a global gathering of experts for risk reduction, disaster management and climate change adaptation, and held as a biennial conference in Davos, Switzerland.
Munich Re Foundation (MRF)
The Munich Re Foundation is an independent, non-profit organisation founded by Munich Re in 2000. People are ultimately at the core of what the foundation’s work is all about. The foundation’s task is to prepare people for the risks they are exposed to and to minimise these risks wherever possible. It clarifies issues and provides support, also in developing countries. In dialogue with partners worldwide, Munich Re Foundation stimulates ideas and creates perspectives.