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CTBT Intensive Policy Course
International development policy

Image by The Official CTBTO Photostream
Photos from the opening of the course "Multilateral Verification, Collective Security: The Contribution of the CTBT", held from 16 – 20 July in Vienna, Austria.

Jean du Preez , Chief, External Relations and International Cooperation Section, CTBTO, opens the course by providing participants with the overview and objectives of the course.

Closing the Loop: Integrated Action for Disaster Resilience
International development policy

Image by World Bank Photo Collection
September 23, 2011 – Washington DC., 2011 World Bank / IMF Annual Meetings. With images of the devastation caused by the Great Tohoku earthquake and tsunami still fresh in our minds, we are now witnessing the greatest humanitarian crisis in decades in the Horn of Africa. The imperative of building disaster resilience is the common thread between these very different but equally tragic events.

Multilateral and bilateral donors engaged in a high level dialogue to discuss how humanitarian and development policy makers can work together to support the common objective of building resilience in communities and nations.
Panelist(s): Valerie Amos , Under-Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, United Nations
Jun Azumi , Minister of Finance, Japan
Helen Clark , Administrator, United Nations Development Programme
Kristalina Georgieva , Commissioner, International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response, European Commission
Andrew Mitchell , Secretary of State for International Development, United Kingdom
Sadako Ogata , President, Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japan
Rajiv Shah , Administrator, US Agency for International Development, United States
Robert B. Zoellick , President, World Bank Group
Moderator(s): Zanny Minton-Beddoes , Economics Editor, the Economist, United States
Photo: © Ryan Rayburn / World Bank

Closing the Loop: Integrated Action for Disaster Resilience
International development policy

Image by World Bank Photo Collection
September 23, 2011 – Washington DC., 2011 World Bank / IMF Annual Meetings. With images of the devastation caused by the Great Tohoku earthquake and tsunami still fresh in our minds, we are now witnessing the greatest humanitarian crisis in decades in the Horn of Africa. The imperative of building disaster resilience is the common thread between these very different but equally tragic events.

Multilateral and bilateral donors engaged in a high level dialogue to discuss how humanitarian and development policy makers can work together to support the common objective of building resilience in communities and nations.
Panelist(s): Valerie Amos , Under-Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, United Nations
Jun Azumi , Minister of Finance, Japan
Helen Clark , Administrator, United Nations Development Programme
Kristalina Georgieva , Commissioner, International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response, European Commission
Andrew Mitchell , Secretary of State for International Development, United Kingdom
Sadako Ogata , President, Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japan
Rajiv Shah , Administrator, US Agency for International Development, United States
Robert B. Zoellick , President, World Bank Group
Moderator(s): Zanny Minton-Beddoes , Economics Editor, the Economist, United States
Photo: Ryan Rayburn / World Bank

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Closing the Loop: Integrated Action for Disaster Resilience
International development policy

Image by World Bank Photo Collection
September 23, 2011 – Washington DC., 2011 World Bank / IMF Annual Meetings. With images of the devastation caused by the Great Tohoku earthquake and tsunami still fresh in our minds, we are now witnessing the greatest humanitarian crisis in decades in the Horn of Africa. The imperative of building disaster resilience is the common thread between these very different but equally tragic events.

Multilateral and bilateral donors engaged in a high level dialogue to discuss how humanitarian and development policy makers can work together to support the common objective of building resilience in communities and nations.
Panelist(s): Valerie Amos , Under-Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, United Nations
Jun Azumi , Minister of Finance, Japan
Helen Clark , Administrator, United Nations Development Programme
Kristalina Georgieva , Commissioner, International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response, European Commission
Andrew Mitchell , Secretary of State for International Development, United Kingdom
Sadako Ogata , President, Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japan
Rajiv Shah , Administrator, US Agency for International Development, United States
Robert B. Zoellick , President, World Bank Group
Moderator(s): Zanny Minton-Beddoes , Economics Editor, the Economist, United States
Photo: Ryan Rayburn / World Bank

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Closing the Loop: Integrated Action for Disaster Resilience
International development policy

Image by World Bank Photo Collection
September 23, 2011 – Washington DC., 2011 World Bank / IMF Annual Meetings. With images of the devastation caused by the Great Tohoku earthquake and tsunami still fresh in our minds, we are now witnessing the greatest humanitarian crisis in decades in the Horn of Africa. The imperative of building disaster resilience is the common thread between these very different but equally tragic events.

Multilateral and bilateral donors engaged in a high level dialogue to discuss how humanitarian and development policy makers can work together to support the common objective of building resilience in communities and nations.
Panelist(s): Valerie Amos , Under-Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, United Nations
Jun Azumi , Minister of Finance, Japan
Helen Clark , Administrator, United Nations Development Programme
Kristalina Georgieva , Commissioner, International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response, European Commission
Andrew Mitchell , Secretary of State for International Development, United Kingdom
Sadako Ogata , President, Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japan
Rajiv Shah , Administrator, US Agency for International Development, United States
Robert B. Zoellick , President, World Bank Group
Moderator(s): Zanny Minton-Beddoes , Economics Editor, the Economist, United States
Photo: Ryan Rayburn / World Bank

Photo ID: 092311_POS_Closing_The_Loop_019_F

Closing the Loop: Integrated Action for Disaster Resilience
International development policy

Image by World Bank Photo Collection
September 23, 2011 – Washington DC., 2011 World Bank / IMF Annual Meetings. With images of the devastation caused by the Great Tohoku earthquake and tsunami still fresh in our minds, we are now witnessing the greatest humanitarian crisis in decades in the Horn of Africa. The imperative of building disaster resilience is the common thread between these very different but equally tragic events.

Multilateral and bilateral donors engaged in a high level dialogue to discuss how humanitarian and development policy makers can work together to support the common objective of building resilience in communities and nations.
Panelist(s): Valerie Amos , Under-Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, United Nations
Jun Azumi , Minister of Finance, Japan
Helen Clark , Administrator, United Nations Development Programme
Kristalina Georgieva , Commissioner, International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response, European Commission
Andrew Mitchell , Secretary of State for International Development, United Kingdom
Sadako Ogata , President, Japan International Cooperation Agency, Japan
Rajiv Shah , Administrator, US Agency for International Development, United States
Robert B. Zoellick , President, World Bank Group
Moderator(s): Zanny Minton-Beddoes , Economics Editor, the Economist, United States
Photo: Ryan Rayburn / World Bank

Photo ID: 092311_POS_Closing_The_Loop_050_F

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