This project has received funding from European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement N° 882850.

We engage societies in risk awareness to enhance their most powerful resource.

Societal resilience.

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We Engage

In actual times, climate change and evolving global assets are changing the nature of hazards and their predictability. Societies and all individuals are demanded to be able to rapidly respond to growing natural and man-made disasters.

ENGAGE is a EU-funded project, started in July 2020, whose mission is to provide novel knowledge, impactful solutions and emergency response guidelines for exploiting Europe ́s societal resilience.

Solutions will aim at bridging the gap between formal and informal approaches to risk and emergency management, increasing the ability of communities to adapt before, during and after disaster.

ENGAGE at a glance

This brief summarises the main results of ENGAGE (2020- 2023) and aims at inspiring authorities and emergency organisations on how to strengthen their cooperation with the population in order to prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters. The brief illustrates how recommendations developed by ENGAGE can be supported by solutions developed around the world.

ENGAGE Policy Recommendations

Check out our policy recommendations on communicating with citizens in a crisis, spontaneous volunteers, public warning, and takeaways for first responders.

ENGAGE’s AI-Enabled Chatbot

Explore the ways in which Artificial Intelligence can enhance crisis communication.

Delve into the actionable steps for implementing our chatbot blueprint.

Latest News

  • Participants of the ENGAGE final event to mark the end of the project.

ENGAGE draws to a close

December 19th, 2023|0 Comments

As of the end of December 2023, the ENGAGE project has concluded its work after three and a [...]

  • The image depicts a landslide which has impacted a city centre.

The more you practice

September 19th, 2023|0 Comments

Image from Pixabay The Center for Disaster Medicine and Traumatology (KMC) in Linköping, Sweden, is partner in the [...]

Voices from the KI-CoP

Read stories, interviews and first hand testimonials from the members of our Community of Practice (KI-CoP)

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