Sommet virtuel sur le climat | Climate:Red

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Au début de cette année, le Mouvement international de la Croix-Rouge et du Croissant-Rouge a publié un nouveauPlan de lutte contre la crise climatique ambitieux, dans lequel il s’engage à amplifier considérablement son action collective et à intégrer le climat dans toutes ses activités. Le sommet Climate:Red représente une occasion de « s’attaquer » à la réalisation de ce plan, car il offre un espace pour apprendre, échanger, explorer et élaborer des stratégies en vue de déterminer comment nous pouvons nous soutenir mutuellement afin de réduire l’impact humanitaire de la crise climatique et d’aider les populations à s’adapter. Nous encourageons les personnes qui souhaitent proposer des séances à s’inspirer du Plan de lutte contre la crise climatique du Mouvement et de la Stratégie 2030 de la Fédération internationale et à se concentrer sur les quatre axes suivants visant à accélérer nos progrès.
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Axes

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ACT
What is the RCRC doing on climate? And what more do we need to do?

These problem- and solution-oriented sessions will be based on experiences and lessons learned, and seek to accelerate action across the Red Cross Red Crescent network.
EMPOWER
What can we share and give to others? How can we support volunteers and communities we work with to address climate risks?

These sessions will focus on capacity building, awareness-raising, community engagement and local leadership.
INFLUENCE
How can we leverage our auxiliary role and partnerships to influence change and raise ambition globally?

Focus of these sessions will be on policy engagements and humanitarian diplomacy from local to global level.
TRANSFORM
What changes are needed in the ways we work? How can we be fit for the future in a changing climate?

In these sessions we will look at innovations, greening and organisational changes.
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Thèmes

ThemesBrief description and link to resources
Climate-smart DRR
(disaster risk reduction)
How are National Societies and partners reducing vulnerability and exposure of people to climate impacts through climate-smart DRR? Sessions under this theme will  explore actions to raise communities’ awareness of climate risks, how to use  climate and weather information in assessing risk and vulnerability in designing projects, and how to sustainably address rising risks of climate change at the community level.

Climate-smart disaster risk reduction: PREVENT. REDUCE. PREPARE. 
Ambitions to address the climate crisis 

Climate Smart Programming

Forecast-based financing and EWEA
(early warning early action)
How can we enable early action through the use of forecast-based financing and other anticipatory financing tools? Sessions under this theme will explore how in-depth forecast information and risk analysis can be used to anticipate disasters, prevent their impact, if possible, and reduce human suffering and losses.

Forecast-based Financing
HealthHow does climate change impact human health? These sessions will unpack how to integrate climate considerations into health programmes; anticipate the health-related consequences of climate change and environmental degradation; and scale up health literacy, hygiene promotion, and community preparedness interventions for climate-related diseases. Sessions can also focus on how to use climate information to anticipate, prepare for and reduce the impacts of climate-related health emergencies.

Ambitions to address the climate crisis
Climate-resilient livelihoods and services, and sustainable water
resource management
How can we support climate-resilient livelihoods and promote sustainable water resource management in a changing climate? Sessions will explore how we can work with communities to strengthen the resilience of their livelihoods. This includes supporting communities to adopt climate-smart practices combining traditional and scientific knowledge and technologies, maximizing the use of weather and climate information in diversifying their livelihoods activities, as well as ensuring that essential services are resilient to hazards. These session may also look at how to use climate change projections to strengthen water resource management practices in areas which are, or will be, water-stressed, and seek demand-side solution

Ambitions to address the climate crisis
ConflictHow do climate risk and conflict interact? Sessions under this theme will unpack these dynamics and how they put pressure on at risk communities. Sessions can also tackle how conflicts, especially when protracted, erode and challenge institution-building, and states’, groups’, and individuals’ ability to handle, adapt to and plan for climate change.

The impacts of climate change on humanitarian needs
When rain turns to dust: climate change, conflict and humanitarian action
Double Vulnerabilities - ODI, ICRC, RCCC
Climate displacementWhat actions can we take to address the rising incidence of climate-related displacement? Sessions under this theme can cover what is needed for better mapping, understanding and predicting climate-related population movements; preparing for and responding to the humanitarian needs of climate-related displaced communities while addressing the needs of host communities; and enhancing support for climate-smart durable solutions to enable safe, voluntary and dignified return, local integration or resettlement according to the wishes and priorities of displaced people.

Disasters and Displacement in a Changing Climate
Climate and Disaster Displacement: The Importance of Disaster Law and Policy
Ambitions to address the climate crisis
UrbanWhat is the relationship between urbanization and climate change? Sessions will unpack the unique challenges of operating in urban contexts where the adverse impacts of disasters, climate change, protracted conflicts and pandemics will be acutely felt, putting a greater number of people at risk, reversing hard-won development gains, and forcing tens of millions of urban residents to face increased vulnerabilities.

Integrating climate change and urban risks into the VCA
Ambitions to address the climate crisis
Youth and volunteers How we can leverage and build our volunteer and youth networks to reduce the impacts of the climate crisis? Sessions will unpack this question and consider both new volunteer and youth engagement platforms and entry points for current volunteers to deepen their engagement, as well as through empowering more young people and encouraging a wider audience to volunteer in climate action by expanding/diversifying the types of volunteer opportunities, including crowdsourcing ideas from volunteers and enabling volunteers to self-organise.

Ambitions to address the climate crisis
Private sectorWhat is the RCRC’s current and future engagement with the private sector in reducing the impacts of climate change and extreme-weather events on vulnerable people? Sessions under this theme will discuss the innovations, products, services, political influence, capacity to shape behaviour, and investments of both multinational corporations and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are essential for enhancing the resilience of marginalized and vulnerable communities across the world in the face of climate variability and weather extremes.

Companies and Climate Resilience
Influencing investments, laws, policies and plans (local to global)What is the RCRC’s global and regional engagement and advocacy in climate change policy space? Sessions under this theme will consider our key policy asks and how to deliver them including the ways the National Societies are supporting their governments in shaping national and local laws, policies and plans to meet their commitments under the Paris Agreement.

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Framework for Climate Action Towards 2020
Ambitions to address the climate crisis
Nature-based solutionsHow can we pursue and scale-up the use of nature-based and ecosystem-based solutions, such as mangroves and wetlands, to reduce risks and contribute to climate change mitigation? Sessions under this topic will include focus on innovative approaches, challenges and opportunities for doing so as well as key partnerships needed.

Ambitions to address the climate crisis
Sustainability, greening,
mitigation and environment
What are the different ways to green our way of working, to mitigate climate change, to develop and promote green response options and to measurably reduce our own carbon footprint and environmental impact? Join these sessions to find out.

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Framework for Climate Action Towards 2020
Ambitions to address the climate crisis
GenderHow does climate change exacerbate existing vulnerabilities that can lead to further marginalisation of vulnerable groups? This theme will focus particularly on how women, youth and vulnerable groups can be effective agents of change for both mitigation and adaptation.

Gender and Climate Change
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Types de séances

Get InspiredBrief description and links to resources
Get Inspired:
Ignite Talks (10minutes)
You can propose to deliver an ignite talk or to host your own session that has a series of ignite talks. Ignite talks are 5-minute-long presentations, where each presenter uses 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds.

Examples: Ignite. Enlighten us, but make it quick
Get Inspired:
Games for learning and dialogue (60-90 minutes)
Host a fun games session where participants can play games that provide an opportunity to learn, create and innovate.

Virtually Amazing meeting design and facilitation techniques
Learn:
Panels and discussions (90mins)
Organise a diverse set of speakers to provide expert or country-experience grounded perspectives on key questions, ensuring interactive discussions and space for discussion.
Learn:
Propose a specific speaker
Propose and invite an expert or high profile person to participate in a panel discussion in the Plenary section of the summit.
Get Inspired:
Live Q&A with experts (30mins)
Propose and invite an expert to deliver a presentation or short talk and to answer the participants’ questions live during the session about the chosen topic(s).
Joint Problem-Solving:
Doctor-patient clinics (60mins)
Host a session where you can propose a problem you are facing and people come along as ‘doctors’ to offer you advice.
Joint Problem-Solving:
Fishbowls (90mins)
Propose a session where you nominate a small group of knowledgeable people (the fish inside the bowl) to discuss the topics at hand, while the larger participants group (outside the bowl) actively listen, observe and take notes. Roles can also be rotated.

Facilitate a Fishbowl Discussion
Joint Problem-Solving:
Workshops (90mins)
Propose a session where a limited number of participants can join you to work on solving a problem that you may all be facing. You should design these sessions to be interactive and collaborative, and to result in some proposed solutions that you could all potentially work on together.
Connect to Collaborate /
Branches Connect
If you are a branch and you want to be matched to another branch from around the world so that you can learn from each other and discuss projects, challenges and ideas, then register here for our branches connect session.
Virtual Tours Submit your virtual / 360° / audio-visual tour to take your participants to virtually experience your topic. You can also propose including a virtual tour to other kinds of sessions, for example leading into a discussion.

Example: Finnish Red Cross 360° video of drought in Somalia
Other ideas?We are open to your proposals!
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Critères applicables aux organisateurs et présentateurs de séances

Pour organiser une séance ou faire une présentation, veuillez veiller à respecter les critères suivants :

  • Parité hommes-femmes entre les intervenants.
  • Format hautement interactif et attrayant. Voir aussi la page Virtually Amazing meeting design and facilitation techniques.
  • Sommet Climate:Red Considérations technologiques.
  • Contenu présenté en anglais, espagnol, français ou arabe.
  • Dans la mesure du possible, inclusion, dans les séances, d’éléments culturels représentant le sujet, les présentateurs, la zone géographique visée, etc.

Avant d’envoyer votre proposition de séance ou de présentation, assurez-vous de remplir les critères ci-dessus, puis remplissez le formulaire de demande:

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Collaborative Tools to be used by workshop hosts

Before choosing any particular set of tools to host your virtual workshops, you should consider various factors in your planning so that you can make it as successful as possible.

What are you trying to get out of the workshop?

  • Change of perception
  • Insights into a particular problem/area
  • Feedback on existing work or approaches?

What tools do you need to do this? 

  • Real-time communication – audio / video
  • Real time documentation – text /diagrams
  • Collaborative brainstorming – formatted documents / templates

Who are your audience?

  • What are the language skills involved?
  • Is everyone technology literate?
  • Remote participation can be hard, activities that would take 10 mins in real life may take longer virtually.
  • Create an agenda and be open with your participants about what your aims and goals for the session are.

Core tools to facilitate a workshop

There are two key tools required for a successful workshop. 

  • Communication channel – audio / video
  • Platform for activities – text / diagrams/ illustrations / audio / voting

Vidéoconférence

Zoom (https://zoom.us/) – Il s’agit d’une plateforme de vidéoconférence en pair-à-pair. Dans le cadre de la conférence, la FICR est en mesure de créer votre propre session / salle pour votre atelier.

  • Permet d’avoir des conversations vidéo ou audio avec plusieurs invités.
  • Permet de partager son écran, des diapositives, du contenu audio.
  • Permet de réaliser de petits travaux de groupe.
  • Propose une fonctionnalité d’interprétation.
  • Application mobile disponible.
  • Accessible depuis un appareil mobile ou un navigateur.

Options similaires à Zoom

Join.me – Collaborez instantanément grâce au partage d’écran, à l’audio illimité et à un système très simple de vidéoconférence, le tout gratuitement.

https://www.join.me

Mentimeter – Une plateforme de présentation interactive dont les fonctionnalités vous permettent de préparer, d’effectuer et d’analyser des présentations.

https://www.mentimeter.com

Retransmettre en direct une visite ou une activité

Twitter Live – Les utilisateurs peuvent diffuser en direct, commenter, et exprimer leur soutien grâce aux icônes « J’aime ».

https://media.twitter.com/en_us/articles/best-practice/2018/go-live-on-twitter.html

Facebook Live – Diffusion en direct, pour les amis et le public.

https://www.facebook.com/facebookmedia/solutions/facebook-live

  • Adapté aux dispositifs mobiles.
  • Fonctionnalité audio disponible seulement pour celui qui diffuse.
  • Les spectateurs peuvent réagir, discuter et commenter dans le fil de discussion.

Youtube Live – Retransmission en direct d’événements, de premières et de séances de diffusion.

  • Le programme « OBS » doit être installé sur l’appareil.
  • Possible uniquement depuis un ordinateur (portable ou de bureau).
  • Fonctionnalité audio disponible seulement pour celui qui diffuse.

Twitch.TV

  • Diffusion de contenu en direct depuis plusieurs sources. Caméra / écran.
  • Le programme « OBS » doit être installé sur l’appareil.
  • Possible uniquement depuis un ordinateur (portable ou de bureau).

uStream

  • Diffusion de contenu en direct depuis plusieurs sources. Caméra / écran.
  • Le programme « OBS » doit être installé sur l’appareil.
  • Possible uniquement depuis un ordinateur (portable ou de bureau).

Tableaux/Espaces de travail collaboratifs

Mural (https://www.mural.co/) – Tableau collaboratif. Mural permet aux facilitateurs d’organiser des ateliers ou des sprints de conception grâce à des modèles personnalisables et des surfaces vierges.

  • Plusieurs invités peuvent dessiner et écrire en même temps.
  • Multiples facilitateurs.
  • Les participants ne sont pas obligés de créer un compte.
  • Facilite à la fois les invités identifiés et ceux qui sont anonymes.
  • Utilisation conseillée sur ordinateur de bureau, mais il existe une application iOS pour les dispositifs mobiles. Fonctionne également par navigateur sur un téléphone mobile, mais le champ de vue est réduit.

Miro (https://miro.com/) – Un autre tableau collaboratif similaire à Mural.

  • Plusieurs invités peuvent dessiner, ajouter des post-its et réorganiser le contenu.
  • Aucune inscription nécessaire pour les participants.
  • Vous pouvez visualiser anonymement un tableau Miro mais vous devez vous identifier pour apporter des changements.

Excalidraw (https://excalidraw.com/)

Prise de note et écriture collaborative

Google Docs – Outil d’édition collaborative de textes

  • Plusieurs invités peuvent travailler sur le même fichier de texte.
  • Créez des activités à l’avance pour les participants de votre atelier.
  • Facilite à la fois les invités identifiés et ceux qui sont anonymes.

Au-delà de dix personnes, le travail sur un document peut devenir chaotique.

Padlet (https://en-gb.padlet.com/) –
Documents, cartes et tableaux collaboratifs, entre autres.

Etherpad (https://etherpad.org/)

Planification collaborative, prise de décisions

Trello (https://trello.com/)

Travail en collaboration, sur la base de listes/d’éléments.

Loomio (https://www.loomio.org/)

Travail en collaboration, sur la base de décisions.

Slido (https://www.sli.do/)

Propose des sondages et questionnaires en parallèle à votre séance. Recueille les questions du public des séances (le public propose des questions, un vote a lieu pour déterminer lesquelles seront posées).

Q&A – Scribo.io

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Considérations technologiques

Les outils susmentionnés ne seront pas nécessairement adaptés au but que vous souhaitez atteindre. Cela ne fait rien, nous serons heureux de vous recevoir quels que soient les outils que vous emploierez. Nous aimerions malgré tous attirer votre attention sur les considérations technologiques suivantes.

Accès international

      • L’outil peut-il être utilisé dans les pays des éventuels participants, y compris dans le vôtre ?

Authentification unique ou simple

      • Nous souhaitons rendre la participation à la conférence aussi simple que possible.
      • Nous voulons utiliser le moins d’outils possible afin que les participants n’aient pas à créer des comptes pour tous les outils employés.
      • Cela peut être facilité par les outils qui permettent de collaborer anonymement (comme les applications Google).

Appareils mobiles

      • Comment cet outil fonctionne-t-il sur un appareil mobile ?
      • Les participants doivent-ils utiliser un ordinateur portable ou de bureau ?
      • Doivent-ils installer une application ?

Questions de débit

      • Cet outil exige-t-il une bonne connexion à Internet ?
      • Il serait préférable que les organisateurs possèdent un branchement filaire afin d’assurer une connexion Internet fiable.

Session Hosts Handbook

(only available in English)

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p class= »p1″>What you will find in the handbook:

  • A session host checklist with essential dates
  • A planning guide to get you started
  • A session design guide
  • Tips for effective facilitation and session planning
  • A list of resources.

We will be updating this handbook. Do check back for more information. Please feel free to leave a comment with a question.

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