Natural disasters and climate change: Managing risks & crises differently

Natural disasters and climate change: Managing risks & crises differently

In this report for the World Humanitarian Summit, the United Nations Secretary-General calls upon Member States and other stakeholders to accept and act upon five core responsibilities that he believes are critical to delivering better for humanity.

His Agenda for Humanity outlines the key actions and strategic shifts necessary to deliver on these responsibilities. The Secretary-General urges global leaders at the Summit to commit to taking the Agenda forward. This should be a framework for action, change and mutual accountability to measure progress over the next three years and beyond.

The High-Level Leaders’ Roundtable on “Managing Risks and Crises Differently” addresses Core Responsibility Four of the Agenda for Humanity.

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