Collaboration and Support Action EDUCEN (Related Project)

published in 2015

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

Started in May 2015, the €1.7 million, EU-funded Collaboration and Support Action EDUCEN project is a European expert platform focusing on the role of culture in disaster management and risk. EDUCEN is a consortium consisting of 10 participant organizations from 7 different countries.

http://www.educenproject.eu/

Associated resources

ELITE - ELICIT TO LEARN CRUCIAL POST-CRISIS LESSONS (Related Project/Closed)

published in 2013
 

Project Topics: Policies in disaster management, Actors in disaster management, Processes in disaster management
Disaster Types: NATURAL DISASTERS
Disaster Phase: Recovery, Preparedness

Defining Disaster Resilience: a DFID Approach Paper

published in 2011
 Department for International Development (UK)

Disaster Types: MAN-MADE DISASTERS, NATURAL DISASTERS

Handbook on Data Protection in Humanitarian Action

published in 2017
 Christopher Kuner and Massimo Marelli, International Committee of the Red Cross

Project Topics: Citizens’ empowerment, Citizens’ rights, Policies in disaster management, Processes in disaster management, Actors in disaster management, Cultural factors
Disaster Types: MAN-MADE DISASTERS, NATURAL DISASTERS
Disaster Phase: Emergency, Recovery

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

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