Session 5 Using the INEE Minimum Standards to enhance individual, national and regional action plans
Learning Objectives • Have developed a strategy for briefing (+ advocating to, influencing) a decision-maker on the application of the INEE Minimum Standards and/or other tools within disaster risk reduction: prevention, mitigation, preparedness and response • Have identified areas within your national and / or regional action plan to enhance holistic risk reduction through the application of the INEE Minimum Standards and other tools • Have discussed opportunities to promote the INEE Minimum Standards at the national or regional levels
Individual Advocacy Strategies and Preparation for Executive Briefings • Reflect upon a senior decision maker that you want to brief – and advocate to—following this workshop • You have 20 minutes to develop a presentation (or at least an outline for a presentation), including a strategy for when and how you will present it for your senior policy maker(s). Your presentation should be 5-7 minutes long • Within a small group, you will present your strategy / presentation and receive feedback on the content, strategy and structure of each presentation
And now it is time for… The INEE Minimum Standards Quiz!!
National/ Regional Action Planning • Form groups according to national, regional or cross-border initiatives. • Discuss how you can use the INEE Minimum Standards and other new tools: • What are some initiatives or opportunities to work collaboratively at the national/regional level in the coming year? • How can the INEE Minimum Standards and associated tools (coordination checklist, talking points, etc.) assist you in these collective initiatives? • What are some other plans to collectively promote the INEE Minimum Standards and other tools? Eg.: conduct joint trainings, joint presentations, etc.