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It was widely agreed that ongoing efforts in Disaster Risk Reduction and resilience building should be supported across the region that the guidelines for International Disaster Response Laws (IDRL) should be more widely advocated to decision makers.
Moreover, it invites the IFRC Secretariat to extend its research, support and advocacy in the area of International Disaster Response Laws, Rules and Principles (IDRL) to include international law issues of particular relevance to work of the Red Cross and Red Crescent in nuclear accidents; Invites the IFRC Secretariat to consult with National Societies and on how to most effectively extend our humanitarian diplomacy work to influence governments to implement safety mechanisms and commit resources to preparedness including at the community level and promotion of preparedness.
See Horst Fischer, International Disaster Response Law Treaties: Trends, Patterns and Lacunae, in INTERNATIONAL DISASTER RESPONSE LAWS, PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE: REFLECTIONS, PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES 29-39 (Victoria Bannon ed.