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The role of public warning in ENGAGE
ENGAGE in a nutshell
How can technology improve disaster management through better community engagement?
Public perception of societal resilience and risk awareness
The video summarises the key findings from the research studies on the public perception of societal resilience and risk awareness.
On the 25 November 2021, our researcher Jan Woerlein from the École Normale Supérieure Paris (ENS) presented ENGAGE contributions to the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030.
Our researchers explain
Solutions for Collaboration: The Red Cross Emergency Response Service (The Preparedness Guard System)
Leire Labaka from TECNUN- University of Navarra, and Marita Hoel Fossen from the Trondheim Red Cross talk about the Preparedness Guard, which is a solution which allows for citizens to participate in volunteer work in the case of an emergency. You can read more about the Preparedness Guard on ENGAGE’s Knowledge Platform here: https://engageknowledgeplatform.eu/#/…
Explaining Research: Informal Solutions
What are informal solutions and why is their adoption by emergency services important for enhancing societal resilience?
Leire Labaka, from the University of Navarra (TECNUN), explains.
Explaining Research: Risk Communication
How can authorities and first responders tailor their risk communication policies in order to better meet the needs and expectations of different segments of the population?
Bruria Adini, from Tel Aviv University, provides a few recommendations based on ENGAGE results.
Explaining Research: The role of trust
In whom and in what do we trust in the event of a disaster? How does this differ from context to context? What role can mistrust or the lack of trust play? Jan Woerlein from École Normale Supérieure explains these elements in an easily digestible way.
Blueprint of an AI-enabled Chatbot
Nathan Stolero from the Tel Aviv University, presents a blueprint of an AI-enabled chatbot developed in our project to converse with the public before, during, and after emergencies and disasters.
Explaining Research: Communication channels
Understanding a deliverable is not always easy. As such, we created a new series where our researchers will simplify our content. Ready? Let’s listen to Nathan Stolero from Tel Aviv University.
Explaining Research: Communication guidelines
The creation of written guidelines is fundamental in crisis management. Do the countries we interviewed have guidelines in place for communicating with society? How to communicate with different groups? Nathan Stolero from Tel Aviv University explains!
Explaining Research: Steps in the communication process
What are the different steps in the communication process between authorities/first responders & the public? Our research noticed that the communication process is embedded and not independent. Confused? It’s time for our Nathan to explain.
Explaining Research: Differences between communication processes
Today we are going to talk about differences between communication processes in all phases of emergencies and disasters. Is it more important to communicate with the population before or during an emergency? Nathan shares with you some insights from our research.
Explaining Research: Sociodemographic differences
Are there different ways to communicate with minorities, different genders, or different age groups? Today’s question is simple: Does one message suit all? Nathan speaks to us today about the role of diversity in the communication process of authorities & first responders with society.
Meet our KI-CoP
ENGAGE’s Knowledge and Innovation Community of Practice (Ki-CoP)
What is the Knowledge and Innovation Community of Practice? What is their role in the ENGAGE project? How can you become a part of it?
Tatjana Beuker, from Deep Blue, explains more.
You can find more information about our Ki-CoP here: https://www.project-engage.eu/ki-cop/
What is the Knowledge and Innovation Community of Practice?
What makes ENGAGE’s Ki-CoP so unique? For starters, the diverse backgrounds of the researchers, organisations, first responders, NGOs, and Virtual Operations Support Teams creates a unique environment to foster collaboration and knowledge exchange.
David Wales and Volker Tondorf, two of ENGAGE’s Ki-CoP members, talk about their reasons for joining and what opportunities the Ki-CoP presents in this day and age.
Federico Brizio & Amir Reisman
Hear first-hand experiences, stories and interviews from the members of our Community of Practice.
ENGAGE was there
25 Nov 2021
On the 25 November 2021, the Horizon 2020 DRS01 Cluster of research and innovation projects BuildERS, ENGAGE, LINKS and RESILOC presented their contributions to the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030, with a particular focus on disaster resilience at the local level.
Session: “Strengthening disaster risk governance at local level: enhancing information exchanges through new technologies and assessment models.”
More than 20 H2020 projects joined forces to co-organise a 3-day event under the umbrella of the “Community of European Research and Innovation for Security (CERIS)”. On 23 March 2022, Rachele Gianfranchi explains how technology can improve disaster management through better community engagement.
EENA Webinar series: Natural hazards – Dealing with the unexpected
28 Mar 2022
Francesca De’Donato presents the Italian heat health prevention plan and warning system and provides some examples from the heat wave in the summer of 2021, which has been an exceptionally warm summer.
The session of the DRS01 project cluster at EENA 2022 introduced the common objective of the cluster on stronger, safer communities and increased resilience of all. Our project coordinator, Matthieu Branlat, presented how the ENGAGE research extends from understanding to supporting how official emergency actors interact with the population during crises.