ENGAGE is interested in how citizens contribute to overall crisis management and how this relates back to societal resilience. Thinking of resilience as something that refers to the resilience of […]
ENGAGE aims to strengthen the the collaboration between citizens and first responders/authorities during emergency events. Citizens can act before, during and after a emergency event in a coordinated way with […]
Photo provided by the Department for Emergency Situations, Romanian Ministry of Internal Affairs
In the light of the recent events over the past years (from natural hazards to emergency situations, from […]
Cittadinanzattiva ENGAGEs Italian students in risk prevention activities
“Give a voice to safety and sustainability“: this is the title of the XX National Day of Safety in Schools, promoted in Italy […]
Societal resilience reflects the capacity of varied societies to withstand, absorb, cope with and adjust to varied types of threats, both environmental and human-made. The past few months have highlighted […]
ENGAGE explores the potential of informal solutions to enhance societal resilience.
Emergency responders usually use different types of solutions such as tools, guidelines, and plans to deal with emergencies. These […]
This blog post outlines the opportunities that a CAP-enabled chatbot can provide for public warning within the context of increased disaster risk.
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What role can citizens play in disaster management?
During disasters, citizens react in various ways. Some will try to flee the situation immediately while others will wait for help or indications […]
According to the European Commission’s Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations mechanism, the enactment of preparedness measures by governments, communities, or individuals not only serves to prevent […]