Asia-Pacific Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction 2022

Australia is partnering with the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) to host the Asia-Pacific Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (APMCDRR) at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from 19-22 September 2022. 

The conference theme is: From Crisis to Resilience: Transforming the Asia-Pacific Region’s future through disaster risk reduction. Our Queensland Exhibit at the conference features best practice case studies under the key themes outlined below.

Queensland Exhibit - Themes

QSDR 2022-2027
The Queensland Strategy for Disaster Resilience 2022-2027 (QSDR) promotes a systems approach to resilience that connects with a range of agencies and sectors to deliver improved outcomes for Queensland.
Family sitting looking at stormy landscape with wording What's your what-if plan?
Find out how the all-hazards Get Ready Queensland program is making a difference for Queenslanders preparing for natural disasters.
Drone sheep muster
Learn how Queensland's Betterment Fund and Resilient Homes Fund programs are building more resilient infrastructure and properties that are creating savings from avoiding damage costs from repeat disaster events.
South West Regional Resilience Strategy - Workshop 24 May 2021
The Queensland Government is committed to strengthening disaster resilience to ensure communities are better equipped to deal with the increasing prevalence of natural disasters
Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation
Learn about best practice resilience case studies and how we are learning from our First Nations peoples and community.
Man in wheel chair with dog and sunset in the background
Queensland case studies for planning for disaster with disability, and disaster resources in other languages.
resilient infrastructure redi
Queensland's best practice disaster technology case studies including a free web-based interactive mapping application helping Queensland councils better understand risk, costs and repeat damage from natural disaster events.
FLOOD-EX21
Learn about Queensland's recovery governance and how the Functional Recovery Groups support communities across the five functional lines of recovery: human and social; economic; environment; building; and roads and transport.
Resilient Residential Recovery
Find out about Queensland's frameworks, programs and initiatives for investing in resilience and risk reduction, including our Resilient Homes Fund program that will repair, retrofit, raise or buy-back eligible properties following our 2022 severe flooding events.
DARM Springfield May 2021
Best practice case studies about how we make decisions, including Queensland's Damage Assessment and Monitoring System (DARM) and how data intelligence is used to respond to disasters and in recovery planning.
Queensland Exhibit - partner websites
Find out more about our Queensland Government partner agencies.
Brisbane River
A selection of images designed to accompany delegates on the Brisbane River Tours

Marketplace Video

Conference website