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1 overview presentation pedrr workshop session 3


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1 overview presentation pedrr workshop session 3

  1. 1. Session 3 Practitioners’ Based Knowledge, Tools and Methods
  2. 2. Session outputs • A review of main practices, tools and methods used by practitioners, including ones that have not worked and are not useful • Gaps in practice (including tools/methods, approaches, policy advocacy) that need to be addressed in effective ecosystem management for DRR • A review of key challenges and solutions to implementation
  3. 3. 4 questions, 4 groups Tools and practices applied for integrating DRR and ecosystem management i. What worked and what didn’t work? ii. What were the driving forces and who were the main actors? iii. What were the main processes and main outcomes? iv. What is the « perfect » project ?
  4. 4. Practices Aristotle held that there were three basic activities of man: theoria, to which the end goal was truth, poiesis to which the end goal was production and praxis, to which the end goal was action. He also distinguished between eupraxia (good praxis) and dyspraxia (bad praxis, misfortune).
  5. 5. Methods/ Approaches A method is a means or manner of procedure, especially a regular and systematic way of accomplishing something: e.g. a simple method for making a pie crust
  6. 6. Tools A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process.
  7. 7. Perfect The word "perfection" derives from the Latin "perfectio", and "perfect" — from "perfectus." These expressions in turn come from "perficio“ "to finish", "to bring to an end." "Perfectio(n)" thus literally means "a finishing", and "perfect(us)" — "finished", much as in grammatical parlance ("perfect").
  8. 8. Format « Market place » • Four different « workstations » and themes, set of questions and facilitator. • Groups of 8-10 persons. • 30 minutes per market place