CALL FOR
PROPOSALS

terms of
participation

All submissions will be evaluated by the Program Committee and the announcement of successful proposals will be made no later than February 7, 2020.
Duration: 2 hours
Audience of 100 à 350 participants
Option 1: A round-table panel on a specific theme related to one of the axes of the summit, including a maximum of five contributors.

Option 2: A symposium or session centred around three or four individual communications (maximum 12 minutes each) followed by a period of discussion and questions (1 hour). The session should encourage discussion and exchange between 

SPECIFICATIONS
The session should encourage discussion and exchange between contributors/communicators, as well as the audience. At the end of the exchange session, each contributor/communicator should highlight, in one sentence, a key message related to the theme of the session and the discussion.

Note that the coordinators of a session can also contribute through a communication. In order to ensure a plurality of views, the program committee could suggest additional contributors to the proposal. 
Duration: 12 minutes maximum
Audience of 100 à 350 participants

A presentation of work/research results, ongoing project, etc. At the end of the activity, the contributor will have to highlight a key message related to his communication. 
SPECIFICATIONS
Note that the program committee will group together open communications around similar themes, and the number of communications will be limited in order to prioritize participatory activities promoting discussion, exchange, and collaboration.
Duuration: 1 to 2 hours,
Audience of
20 to 50 participants
An activity can take different forms: case study, situational problem to solve, focus group, creative workshop, etc. The activity should encourage participation, exchange and collaboration between a variety of actors (academics, managers, students, policy makers, stakeholders, citizens, etc.) and aim for innovation. At the end of the activity, the participants will have to highlight a key message related to the theme of the activity. 
SPECIFICATIONS
Note that the proposer can lead his own activity or use a facilitator.
A stage (850 persons), exhibition spaces, and performance spaces will be available to artists.

At the end of the performance or as part of the exhibition, the artist will have to highlight a key message on disaster resilience related to their work. 

Posters can show research/ project results or present ongoing projects. The author will have to include in their poster a key message on disaster resilience and the subject of his poster. Accepted posters will be on display for the duration of the summit. Authors may choose to present a poster in parallel with their communication or to present only a poster. 
SPECIFICATIONS
Note that the posters must have a maximum size of 120cm x 120cm or 4 feet x 4 feet. The choice of the print medium remains at the discretion of the authors (cardboard, paper or canvas).