Building inclusive risk management: Triggering change for community resilience
Places of ocurrence:
Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico
SIA Desarrollo, Instituto Integral para la Gestión Social del Riesgo de Desastres, Centro de Gestión de Desarrollo, Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero (CGD - UAGRO), Newcastle University CIDE.
Consolidate community risk management processes that consider social inequalities and inequities to create urban resilience.
Create in a participatory manner an inclusive evacuation protocol in case of Tropical Cyclones or Earthquakes in the Palma Sola neighborhood, which considers in particular people with disabilities, the elderly, and neurodivergent people.
To address, through art therapy, the psychological impacts related to disasters that disproportionately affected women by providing them with the tools to cope with future events. .
To explore the scalability of the processes carried out in Palma Sola, reflect on "infusion" processes in the Burócratas neighborhood and Acapulco and the articulations with the public sector and academia.