In the context of the European Forum for Disaster Risk Reduction 2021, organized by the United Nation for Disaster Risk Reduction and which took place from 24 to 26 November, the DRS-01 Cluster projects (LINKS, ENGAGE, BUILDERS and RESILOC) organized the session “Strengthening disaster risk governance at local level: enhancing information exchanges through new technologies and assessment models”.
A new report by our COPE team provides a methodology for investigating social media and crowdsourcing in the context of disaster risk management.
LINKS is involved in Io non Rischio, a national communication campaign on the natural risks affecting Italy. On Sunday 24 October…
Meet COPE postdoctoral researcher Anne Bach Nielsen. Nielsen’s research explores disaster governance and climate change adaptation issues.
At this year’s ISCRAM conference, which took place from May 23-26, safety innovation center e.V. was able to present the first results of the #LINKSH2020.
Defining project-based POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS requires building bridges between scientific evidence and public policy, thus highlighting the utility of scientific findings for results-based policy making
With the achievement of the first results of the project, many dissemination and communication activities have been carried out in the last six months of the LINKS project. These include participation and organisation of events and workshops and the strengthening of existing and new networks.
The purpose of the LINKS Community is multifaceted. On the one hand, it is meant to provide participants with a first-hand insight into the developments of the LINKS project and to offer them the opportunity to closely follow-up on the projects’ research findings and final results
LINKS brings together practitioners from different countries who are actively involved in the cases. Their role in the project is key to:
In LINKS, the cases serve the purpose of assessing the practical value of the LINKS Framework in four European countries (Denmark, Germany, Italy and The Netherlands) and in the frame of five different hazard scenarios (flooding, drought, terrorism, earthquakes and industrial hazards).