UN-SPIDER's goal is to ensure that countries as well as international and regional organization can fully benefit from the opportunities that space-based information offers for risk and disaster ma
UN-SPIDER at a glance
The United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space is in session for the 55th time in Vienna, Austria.
In June 2011, UN-SPIDER conducted a Technical Advisory Mission in Cameroon following the request by the Government of Cameroon, represented by the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Decentr
The Cameroonian radio channel RTV referred to the training that has been coordinated by UN-SPIDER on the use on space-based information for disaster management and emergency.
More than 50 global geospatial experts got together in Amsterdam on 24th April 2012, including David Stevens representing UN-SPIDER, to discuss the “Future trends in geospatial information manageme
The UN-SPIDER April 2012 Updates contain the following topics:
UN-SPIDER at a glance:
From 24-26 April, the UN-SPIDER Programme carried out its Fifth United Nations International UN-SPIDER Bonn Workshop on Disaster Management and Space Technology.
On 9 April 2012 UN-SPIDER inaugurated the international training course “Space technology applications in Disaster Risk Reduction” organised at the Centre for Space Science Technology Education for
The UN-SPIDER hosted "Expert Meeting on Crowdsource Mapping for Disaster Risk Management and Emergency Response" taking place in Vienna on 17 - 19 July is now open for applications.
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