CDRI announces 'International Competition for Imagining Disaster Resilient Infrastructure' (IDRI), where young minds can share their idea of 'resilient infrastructure' in any art form including photographs, animations, comics, poetry, thought pieces etc., and win cash prizes worth US$1800, along with a chance to get featured at COP 26.
Launched on 12 August 2021 to commemorate the International Youth Day, the competition is open to youth from all nations in the age group 15 to 32. Further details of IDRI are available in the poster below as well as at https://y4ri.cdri.world/
This one-of-a-kind competition aims to engage, inspire, and invigorate the young minds and future change makers in the field of disaster resilient infrastructure. We greatly appreciate your support in promoting the contest across your networks.
About CDRI - Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI), launched by the Honourable Prime Minister of India at the Climate Action Summit in New York in 2019, is a multi-stakeholder global partnership of national governments, UN agencies and programmes, multilateral development banks, the private sector, academic and knowledge institutions. It aims to address the challenges of building resilience into infrastructure systems and associated development.