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[2017-11-27] 以人為本的社會韌性:菲律賓災害風險管理工作坊




時間/ Time: 13:00-17:30

地點/ Venue: 國立台灣大學國家發展研究所3樓會議室R300

National Taiwan University, Conference Room 300 of the Graduate Institute of National Development


主辦單位/ Organizers:

教育部菲律賓經貿產學資源中心Resource Center for Economics, Industry and Academy Cooperation, National Sun Yat-sen University

國立中山大學東南亞研究中心Center for Southeast Asian Studies, National Sun Yat-sen University

國立台灣大學社會科學院風險社會與政策研究中心Risk Society and Policy Research Center, National Taiwan University

國立中山大學研發處Office of Research and Development, National Sun Yat-sen University


活動說明/ Background:


The government of Taiwan is currently developing a broad range of mutually beneficial relations with the countries in South and Southeast Asia, as well as with New Zealand and Australia under the New Southbound Policy (NSP). As the Philippines is geographically and climactically closest to Taiwan amongst the countries in Southeast Asia, there is a social benefit from people-to-people engagement between Taiwan and the Philippines concerning natural disaster risk prevention, management and social resilience among vulnerable population. Although both societies are located similarly at the hazardous ‘Rim of Fire’ of the Western Pacific, the governments of Taiwan and the Philippines have, respectively, aspired to and attained different levels of disaster-related preparedness and operability. This workshop aims to understand the similarities and differences in disaster preparedness and management between societies in Taiwan and the Philippines. Also, this discussion will help to baseline the levels of risk acceptance by state officials and the population at large of certain types and levels of destruction and suffering as ‘normal’ in different contexts. This academic exchange intends to provide people-to-people knowledge-sharing platform to better understand the social resilience of communities during natural disasters as well as provide recommendations for the prevention, relief, reconstruction, rehabilitation and other responses to natural disasters. What is the conception of economic and socio-political ‘normal’ in both countries regarding ‘natural disaster’? And what are the ways in each context to prepare and mobilize population for better social resilience before, during and after the disaster? What are the recommendations for the future cooperation between Taiwan and the Philippines on the issues of disaster prevention and management? Finally, what are the recommendations for natural disaster risk awareness and planning for Taiwanese/Filipino people who plan to visit or stay in the Philippines/Taiwan for study, work or business? The results of these workshop activities will be included into Risk and Issues Management section of the Philippines Industry Report.