CUIDAR - Cultures of Disaster Resilience among children and young people (Related Project)


Project Topics: Risk perception and risk cultures, Policies in disaster management, Actors in disaster management, Risk communication
Disaster Types: MAN-MADE DISASTERS, NATURAL DISASTERS
Disaster Phase: Preparedness, Emergency, Recovery

CUIDAR is a European wide project aiming to enhance the resilience of children, young people and urban societies to disasters and enable disaster responders to meet children and young people’s needs more effectively.

http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/cuidar/en/

Associated resources

Infographic: Managing Risks & Building Resilience

published in 2017
  Aid and International Development Forum (AIDF)

Project Topics: Actors in disaster management, Processes in disaster management, Risk communication
Disaster Types: NATURAL DISASTERS, Climatological
Disaster Phase: Preparedness, Emergency, Recovery

Disaster-related Data for Sustainable Development. Sendai Framework Data Readiness Review 2017. Global Summary Report

published in 2017
 United Nations

Project Topics: Processes in disaster management, Policies in disaster management
Disaster Types: NATURAL DISASTERS, MAN-MADE DISASTERS
Disaster Phase: Preparedness, Recovery, Emergency

Leveraging Social Computing for Personalized Crisis Communication using Social Media

published in 2016
 Dmitry Leykin, Limor Aharonson-Daniel, and Mooli Lahad

Project Topics: Cultural factors, Actors in disaster management, Risk perception and risk cultures, Risk communication
Disaster Types: NATURAL DISASTERS, MAN-MADE DISASTERS
Disaster Phase: Emergency

Recommended resources

EM-DAT: The CRED/OFDA International Disaster Database

 D. Guha-Sapir, R. Below, Ph. Hoyois - Université Catholique de Louvain – Brussels – Belgium.

Project Topics: Processes in disaster management
Disaster Types: MAN-MADE DISASTERS, NATURAL DISASTERS

One Humanity: Shared Responsibility

published in 2016
 United Nations

Project Topics: Actors in disaster management, Policies in disaster management
Disaster Types: MAN-MADE DISASTERS, NATURAL DISASTERS

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