PEP - Public Empowerment Policies for Crisis Management (Related Project / Closed)

published in 2012

Project Topics: Systems in disaster management, Processes in disaster management, Policies in disaster management, Actors in disaster management, Citizens’ empowerment
Disaster Types: NATURAL DISASTERS, MAN-MADE DISASTERS
Disaster Phase: Recovery, Preparedness

The aim of the project Public Empowerment Policies for crisis management (PEP) is to investigate how the crisis response abilities of the public can be enhanced and to clarify what public empowerment policies are successful in realising these objectives. A general goal of crisis management is prevention and reduction of harm or damage. This is supported by the communication goals set for citizens: empowerment to act, social understanding of risks and increased cooperation. The role of communities in crisis response can be enhanced, while human technology can support preparedness training and the issuing of instructions in crisis situations.

http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/102066_en.html

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

Making Livelihoods and Social Protection Gender-Sensitive

published in 2012
 World Bank Group

Project Topics: Citizens’ rights, Citizens’ empowerment, Processes in disaster management, Actors in disaster management
Disaster Types: NATURAL DISASTERS
Disaster Phase: Preparedness, Recovery, Emergency

COncORDE - Development of Coordination Mechanisms During Different Kinds of Emergencies (Related Project)

published in 2014
 

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