The ENGAGE project is constantly working to produce actionable knowledge on societal resilience. After an intense year of research that involved more than 4000 first responders, […]
What Emergency Services and Authorities expect from Citizens when responding to disasters? Is it possible to strengthen the collaboration in the society when responding to disasters?
Big news for Engage!
Our First Newsletter is out and it is covering some of the research results of ENGAGE so far and specifically:
Responsiveness to a public emergency is crucial to ensure the safety of individuals who might be affected by it. As a As a provider of Critical […]
In Romania, the Department for Emergency Situations was in charge of implementing prevention and preparedness measures of civil protection in order to reach a higher degree […]
Ample research has been carried out over the last three decades (and more) to conclude which factors contribute to public readiness to emergencies and disasters and enhance societal […]
On the 9th of March 2021, the ENGAGE Knowledge and Innovation Community of Practice (KI-CoP) had its first meeting of a cycle […]
What makes people self-organize to give first aid to victims of an active shooter? Why do people share their houses with others who lost their homes […]