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APSA CONFERENCES

Day 1: “COVID-19 Impacts on Health and Society”

 

 

 

 

  1. Hossain “Impacts of COVID-19 on Women in the Asia Pacific Region: Sociological Perspectives” (link)
  2. Huong “The Government Response to COVID-19 in Vietnam: Success and Challenges” (link)
  3. Muto “Health Policy Response to COVID-19 in Japan” (link)
  4. Akram “COVID-19 and Lockdown: Abrupt Measures and Never-Ending Social Miseries” (link)
  5. Saks “The Health Policy Response to COVID-19 in England” (link)

Day 2: “Climate, COVID-19, and the City: Challenges to Recovery and Resilience”

 

 

 

 

  1. Noppaladarom “COVID-1 Crisis: Urban Poor Communities, Resilience Efforts, Thailand” (link)
  2. Wilson “COVID-19 and Well-being: The Impact of Environmental Stressors” (link)
  3. Porio & Wun’gaeo “Climate, COVID-19, and the City: Challenges to Recovery and Resilience” (link)
  4. Dator-Bercilla “Localization: COVID-19 Challenges, Opportunities, Approaches in a Coastal City” (link)
  5. Castillo-Carandang “Life in the Anthropause” Castillo-Carandang (link)

Session 1: Health

Speakers:

  1. Prof. Imtiaz Ahmed (University of Dhaka, Bangladesh): Covid-19 Pandemic: Mapping Social Engagement in Bangladesh
  2. Prof. Miwako Hosoda (Seisa University, Japan), Vaccine Equality and Human Rights in the Era of COVID-19 and Beyond
  3. Assoc. Professor Syeda Zakia Hossain (University of Sydney, Australia): Diversity and Inclusion: Covid-19 and SDG in Australia
  4. Prof. Habibul Haque Khondker (Zayed University, United Arab Emirates): Sociology, Pandemic, and Humanity

Panel of Reactors:

  1. Eufracio Abaya, PhD, University of the Philippines, Diliman
  2. Prof. Shah Ehsan Habib, Dhaka University, Bangladesh

 

Session 2: Roundtable Discussion on Asian Families and Intimacies: Toward the Development of Asian Collaboration

Speakers:

  1. Dr. Patricia Uberoi (Institute of Chinese Studies, India): Asian Sexualities in a Comparative Perspective: Some Reflections
  2. Prof. Thanes Wongyannava (Thammasat University, Thailand): Night Crawling in Japan and Thailand
  3. Prof. Eun Ki-Soo (Seoul National University, Korea): Invention of Patriarchy in Asia from Historical Perspective
  4. Prof. Nguyen Huu Minh (Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences, Vietnam): Marriage Formation
  5. Prof. Nagasaka Itaru (Hiroshima University, Japan): On Migration Family and Gender: Views from Asia
  6. Prof. Ochiai Emiko (Kyoto University, Japan): Care and Asian Familialism Reconsidered
  7. Prof. Hou Yangfang (Fudan University, China): Family in China from Tradition to Modern and Postmodern

 

Session 3: Climate Change, Equity and Community Resilience

Speakers:

  1. Justin See, PhD (University of Canberra, Australia): A Capabilities Based Approach to Procedural Justice in Climate Resettlement: Lessons from the Homeless Peoples Federation of the Philippines in Iloilo City
  2. Majah Leah Ravago, PhD (Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines): Impact of Typhoons on Formal and Informal Households: Implications for Economic Policies and Programs
  3. Gay Defiesta, PhD, (University of the Philippines-Visayas): Prospects for Equity and Resilience: Lessons from Doing Social Vulnerability Analysis
  4. Wapeeporn Thamma, Women’s Alliance for Climate Justice – Lower Northern Thailand with Wanun Permpibul, Climate Watch Thailand/Asia Climate Change Consortium

Panel of Reactors:

  1. Dang Nguyen Anh, PhD, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
  2. Brooke Wilmsen,PhD, La Trobe University, Australia
  3. Koichi Hasegawa, PhD Tohoku University, Japan
  4. Antonia Yulo-Loyzaga, President, National Resilience Council, Philippines

 

Session 4: Climate Risks, Gender, Livelihoods, and Resilience

Speakers:

  1. Arma Bertuso and Julieta Roa (International Potato Center, Philippines and Visayas State University, Philippines, Farmer Business Schools): A Gender-Responsive and Climate-Smart Approach to Strengthen Farmer Entrepreneurship for Enhanced Livelihoods and Resilience
  2. Golam Rabbani (Head, Climate Bridge Fund Secretariat, BRAC, Bangladesh): Averting Losses and Damages through Gender-Based Risk Management in Bangladesh
  3. Wanun Permpibul (Climate Watch Thailand and Asia Climate Change Consortium): Climate Action from Local to Global: Leaving No One Behind
  4. Shirley Torrecampo-Bolanos (Executive Director, Coastal Core) with Jessica Dator-Bercilla (Assistant Professor, University of the Philippines-Visayas): Gender and Resilience in Coastal Communities

Panel of Reactors:

  1. Edgardo Tulin, PhD, Director, Philippine Root Crops Research and Training Center (PhilRoots) and President, Visayas State University, Philippines
  2. Maria Elissa Lao, DPA, Director, University Gender and Development Office, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines
  3. Martua Sirait, Deputy Executive Director, The Samdhana Institute, Indonesia

Webinars from Systems Team - IUSRI and CReST / CCARPH CDR Lecture Series

October-November 2020

Systems Thinking for Resilience Planning
October 22, 2020 | Charlotte Kendra Gotangco Gonzales, Jean Meir Jardeleza, Jairus Carmela Josol, Carlos Rosauro Manalo

System Dynamics Modeling for Quantifying City Resilience
November 10, 2020 | Charlotte Kendra Gotangco Gonzales, Jairus Carmela Josol, Jean Meir Jardeleza, Joaquin Ignacio Campos, Joseph Emanuel Litam, Katrina Abenojar

 

Climate, Resource Management, and Human Development: Community Resilience Initiatives in Asia

October-November 2020

Session 1 with Dr. Liza Lim, ISO Community Organizers, and the Siruma Women’s Mangrove Management Group
27 October 2020

Session 2 with Prof. Miwako Hosoda, Fr. Stephen Redillas, and Mr. Raymond Lucero
29 October 2020

Session 3 with Atty. Gloria Estenzo Ramos, Prof. Maria Aurora T.W. Tabada, and Ms. Merry Jean A. Caparas
3 November 2020

Session 4 with Ms. Easterluna Canoy, Bae Inatlawan, and Hon. Esperanza Castro-Lee
4 November 2020

Session 5 with Prof. Surichai Wun’gaeo, Dr. Chayan Vaddhanaphuti, Prof. Pianporn Deetes
5 November 2020

Session 6 with Ms. Clarissa Mijares, Ms. Laura Cabochan, and Mr. Alfred Marasigan
11 November 2020

  1. Lim “Social Transformation and Grassroots Empowerment (STAGE): A Strategy for Promoting Island-Based Coastal Resources Management” (link)
  2. Saddi, Commentary and Response to STAGE: A Strategy for Promoting Island-based Coastal Resource Management (link)
  3. Hosoda “Condition of a Sustainable Coexistence Between People and Nature” (link)
  4. Redillas & Lucero “The Caluruega-Philippine Experience: Mirroring Integrity of Creation and UN Sustainable Development Goals” (link)
  5. Fung “Toward Integral Ecology Through Coexistential Ecology”  (link)
  6. Ramos “Mainstreaming Marine Ecosystem Protection for a Climate-Resilient Community” (link)
  7. Tabada & Caparas “Build, build, build: Implications to Resource Management and Community Resilience” (link)
  8. Canoy & Bai Inatlawan “Capturing Indigenous Perspectives in Ecosystems- Based Adaptation Inside Ancestral Domains” (link)
  9. Castro-Lee “Blue Ridge B.R.E.A.T.H.S. (Blue Ridge Environmental and Agricultural Template for Health, Economy and Security)” (link)
  10. Wun’gaeo, et. al. “Mekong River Development Challenges and Responses with Chang Mai University, the International Organization of Rivers and Chulalongkorn University, Thailand” (link)
  11. Sciortino, “Social Impacts of Regional integration in the Greater Mekong Sub-region”
  12. Dator-Bercilla, “Disaster Risk Reduction and The Sustainable Development Goals”
  13. Prodigalidad, “Essential Elements of City Resilience”
  14. Porio “Community-Based Initiatives for Resilience in Master of Disaster Risk and Resilience (MDRR) and CCARPH, Ateneo de Manila University” 
  15. Sison, Udto, Labsan, et. al. “Integrated Community Food Production (ICPF) in Barangay Bignay, Valenzuela City”
  16. Abinales “BUKLOD TAO, INC: Envisioning a free, peaceful, progressive, and resilient community”
  17. Marasigan “Omehen: The Garden as Chronicle and Strategy of Resistance” (link)
  18. Mijares “Baon sa Pagbangon (Preparation for Adaptive Resilience): Resources for Community-Based Arts Engagement for Resilience and Sustainability” (link)
  19. Cabochan, “Community Based Arts as a Vehicle for Social Change and Enhancing Resilience Initiatives” (link)
  20. Yulo Loyzaga “The National Resilience Scorecards (Philippines)”
  21. Fritz, “Community Interventions for Environmental Resilience” 

CCARPH-NRC Lecture Series

February-April 2021

Engineering Equitable Resilience in Metro Manila
26 February 2021
Gender, Climate, and Disaster Resilience: Challenges of Equity and Sustainability
01 March 2021
Gender and Resilience in a Coastal City: Stories of Equity and Sustainability from the Ground
22 March 2021
Gender, Environment, and Housing Resilience: Challenges of Equity and Sustainability
31 March 2021
Systems Thinking for Resilient and Inclusive Development
27 April 2021
  1. “Engineering Equitable Resilience in Metro Manila: Possibilities for Urban Transformation in Muntinlupa City,” February 26, 2021 (links to recording, program)
  2. “Gender, Climate, and Disaster Resilience: Challenges of Equity and Sustainability,” March 1, 2021  (links to recording, program)  
  3. “Gender and Resilience in a Coastal City: Stories of Equity and Resilience from the Ground,” March 22, 2021 (links to recording, program)
  4. “Gender, Environment, and Housing Resilience: Challenges of Equity and Sustainability,” March 31, 2021 (links to recording, program
  5. “Systems Thinking for Resilient and Inclusive Development” April 27, 2021  (links to recording, program

Engaging Communities for Risk Governance, Resilience and Sustainability Webinar Series

July 2021

Session 1 with Dr. Miwako Hosoda, Fr. Jojo Fung, and Dr. Emma Porio
July 13, 2021

Session 2 with Ms. Antonia Yulo-Loyzaga, Hon. Richard Gomez, Mr. Ciriaco Tolibao, II, and Ms. Ma. Aurora Teresita Tabada
July 15, 2021

 

Session 3, Dr. Noralene Uy, Ms. Clarissa Cecilia Mijares,Mr. Alfred Marasigan, Mr. Manuel Alcantara “Ka Noli” Abinales, and Dr. Emma Porio
July 19, 2021

Session 4 with Dr. Jan Marie Fritz, Ms. Jessica Umanos Soto, Dr. Billy Tusalem, and Dr. Emma Porio
July 22, 2021

 

  1. Hosoda, “Condition of a Sustainable Coexistence between People and Nature”
  2. Fung, “Toward Integral Ecology through Coexistential Ecology”
  3. Porio, “Systems Thinking for Risk Governance, Resilience, and Sustainable Development”
  4. Yulo-Loyzaga, “Deepening Systems Thinking and NRC’s LGU Resilient Program”
  5. Gomez, “Deepening Systems Thinking for Risk Governance, Resilience, and Development: A Mayor’s Perspective”
  6. Tolibao, “Deepening Systems Thinking for Risk Governance, Resilience, and Development: The Practitioner’s Perspective”
  7. Tabada, “Deepening Systems Thinking for Risk Governance, Resilience, and Development: The View from the Academe”
  8. Uy, “Community-based Disaster Risk Reduction and Management: Good Practices and Lessons Learned”
  9. Mijares, “Crafting Adaptive Resilience and Community Resilience Tool: The Case of Buklod Tao Youth”
  10. Marasigan, “Omehen and E-punla: Gardens as Method, Meeting, and Moment”
  11. Abinales, “Constructing Community Resilience: The Case of Buklod Tao”
  12. Porio, “Systems Thinking and Transdisciplinarity in Community Resilience Innovations”
  13. Fritz, “Environmental Justice, Housing and Dispute Intervention”
  14. Soto, “Gender Equality in Housing, Cooperatives and Community Pantries”
  15. Tusalem, “Gender-sensitive Climate and Disaster Resilient Housing Designs and Technologies with Food Security & Urban Agriculture: A Management Systems Approach”
  16. Porio, “Embedding Systems Thinking and Transdisciplinarity in Gender-Sensitive and Climate Resilient Housing Innovations”

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