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「災害復興ランドスケープ」のコンセプトと制作アプローチ : ソーシャル・キャピタルを最大化するための防災政策立案支援コンテンツはどのようにデザインされたのか

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Title: 「災害復興ランドスケープ」のコンセプトと制作アプローチ : ソーシャル・キャピタルを最大化するための防災政策立案支援コンテンツはどのようにデザインされたのか
Other Titles: Disaster Recovery Landscape's Concepts and Approaches : How the process of disaster recovery policy-making was designed to maximize social capital
Authors: 加藤, 知愛1 Browse this author
三角, 幸子2 Browse this author
近藤, 恭子3 Browse this author
藤若, 燈4 Browse this author
高橋, 海渚5 Browse this author
上石, 陽子6 Browse this author
Authors(alt): Katoh, Tomoe1
Misumi, Sachiko2
Kondo, Kyoko3
Fujiwaka, Akari4
Takahashi, Kaito5
Ageishi, Yoko6
Keywords: 災害復興ランドスケープ
Disaster recovery landscape
resilient society
Sendai framework
social capital
Advance Recovery Town Development Plan
Issue Date: Jun-2023
Abstract: We are facing an expansive complex of natural disaster crises. Managing these crises and protecting the livelihoods of local communities, it is necessary to ensure an environment in which all actors in all sectors work together to create a process to design a 'Build back better' after the disaster. The 'Resilient Society' is a program aimed at creating such an environment, which was launched at the Hokkaido University's Graduate School of Public Policy in 2022-2023. It was designed using the legal framework and institutions of disaster management policy provided in Comparative Disaster Management Strategy and feedback data from fieldwork, interviews and workshops. Embedded in this program is the idea of 'Build back better', agreed at the 2015 UN Conference on Disaster Reduction and addressed by all sectors worldwide, and set out in the Sendai framework, which aims to be realized in local communities. Therefore, in the first phase of the project design work, the logic model formulation was initiated, and the final 'impact' was defined in the seven priorities of the Sendai Framework. In the second phase, the 'inputs' and 'activities' of the five projects and the 'outputs' of each project to the region were defined. In the third phase, the medium-term outcomes for realizing impact were derived, namely the 'implementation of the four actions of the Sendai Framework in the region' and the resulting concept of 'Build back better'. Finally, short-term outcomes were defined so that the 'input' to 'impact' is consistent. The image of 'Build back better' for the Kita-shiribeshi region found through the logic model formulation is, firstly, that local people are aware of the code of conduct in the event of a disaster and can evacuate safely; secondly, that the municipality and people prepare an Advance Recovery Town Development Plan and an Urban Plan B and share them; and thirdly, that community development that fosters social capital which can be activated in the event of a disaster is carried out from the ordinary time. In the forthcoming years, the logic model will be embodied by the realization through the individual project of the Disaster recovery landscape.
Description: 日本NPO学会第25回研究大会 2023年6月10日-11日 京都産業大学5号館(京都府)
Conference Name: 日本NPO学会第25回研究大会
Conference Sequence: 25
Conference Place: 京都
Type: proceedings
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Submitter: 加藤 知愛

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