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Preparedness and Resilience to address Urban Vulnerability

Deliverables

6.2 Dissemination through NGO consortia

Share research findings through the NGO consortia in which Concern Worldwide, Jesuit Refugee Service and Plan International participate (Impact – reaching the wider aid community);

6.7 Engagement at NOHA Short Courses

NOHA hosts Spring, Summer and Fall Schools each year in partner countries holding the EU presidency and at major humanitarian events. These are regularly attended by key policymakers from the EU and its member states as well as staff of humanitarian and development NGOs. It will be ensured that there is a focus on urban preparedness and resilience within the agenda of at least two of these schools during the project

6.3 Talks at participant institutions for staff members

Talks at participant institutions for staff members.

6.8 PRUV International Symposium

The PRUV International Symposium will be held at the end of the project. All participants in PRUV will provide a synthesis of their findings and key stakeholders from academia, policy and practice.

6.6 NOHA Intensive Programme Lectures

Each September NOHA (four of the academic participants are members of NOHA) holds a two-week Intensive Programme for approximately 170 students of NOHA’s MSc in Humanitarian Action. This opportunity will be exploited each year for the duration of the PRUV programme to provide a platform for staff participating in the programme to deliver lectures concerning their research on urban preparedness and resilience to key future humanitarian actors.

3.2 Academic Review Papers

Review of existing literature relating to the WP objective.

4.4 Academic Research Papers

Document detailing academic research papers relating to the WP to be presented at relevant academic conferences and/or submitted for publication.

3.3 Policy Recommendations

Document detailing recommendations to policy-makers arising from the research undertaken within the WP.

1.3 Design for surveillance system for monitoring risk levels

Document providing a transferable design for monitoring risk levels in vulnerable urban contexts.

5.4 Academic Research Papers

Document detailing academic research papers relating to the WP to be presented at relevant academic conferences and/or submitted for publication.

4.3 Policy Recommendations

Document detailing recommendations to policy-makers arising from the research undertaken within the WP.

2.4 Academic Research Papers

Document detailing academic research papers relating to the WP to be presented at relevant academic conferences and/or submitted for publication.

1.6 Academic Research Papers

Document detailing academic research papers relating to the WP to be presented at relevant academic conferences and/or submitted for publication.

2.2 Academic Review Papers

Review of existing literature relating to the WP objective.

4.1 Research Design

Document detailing the research design to be adopted within the work package.

3.1 Research Design

Document detailing the research design to be adopted within the work package.

5.1 Research Design

Document detailing the research design to be adopted within the work package.

1.1 Research Design

Document detailing the research design to be adopted within the work package.

6.9 Journal of Int'l Humanitarian Action editorial

Papers for submission to peer-reviewed publications are key deliverables of the PRUV Consortium. In addition, Prof. Hans-Joachim Heintze of RUB is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Humanitarian Action, which is published by Springer. He will author an editorial for the journal concerning the project, thereby reaching a wide expert audience (Impact - reaching a specialist academic audience).

2.3 Policy Recommendations

Document detailing recommendations to policy-makers arising from the research undertaken within the WP.

5.2 Academic Review Papers

Review of existing literature relating to the WP objective.

4.2 Academic Review Papers

Review of existing literature relating to the WP objective.

2.1 Research Design

Document detailing the research design to be adopted within the work package.

5.3 Policy Recommendations

Document detailing recommendations to policy-makers arising from the research undertaken within the WP.

1.2 Academic Review Papers

Review of existing literature relating to the WP objective.

3.4 Academic Research Papers

Document detailing academic research papers relating to the WP to be presented at relevant academic conferences and/or submitted for publication.

1.4 Policy Recommendations

Document detailing recommendations to policy-makers arising from the research undertaken within the WP.

6.1 Project Website

The Project Manager will design and launch the project website. On the website an active blog run by the early stage researchers will be initiated. This will be accompanied by a newsletter e-mailing list and social media pages (Impact – reaching professionals searching for information on resilience and linking to think tanks, governments, NGOs, and private companies with regular updates via email. Social media will also be used to impact on a larger public audience).

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Publications

International law applicable to urban conflict and disaster

Author(s): Ronan McDermott, Charlotte Luelf, Laura Hofmann, Pat Gibbons
Published in: Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, Issue 26/5, 2017, Page(s) 553-564, ISSN 0965-3562
DOI: 10.1108/DPM-03-2017-0052

Social capital in vulnerable urban settings: an analytical framework

Author(s): Desire Mpanje, Pat Gibbons, Ronan McDermott
Published in: Journal of International Humanitarian Action, Issue 3/1, 2018, ISSN 2364-3412
DOI: 10.1186/s41018-018-0032-9

The Humanisation of International Law – International Humanitarian Law’s Impact on Public International Law

Author(s): Hans-Joachim Heintze
Published in: Humanitäres Völkerrecht, Issue Issue 1-2, 2019, Page(s) 7-21, ISSN 2625-7203

Beyond ethical approval: fostering ethical research practices within inter-sectoral research projects involving academic and NGO sector partners

Author(s): Ronan McDermott, Pat Gibbons, Desire Mpanje, Sinéad McGrath, Anne Markey, Pablo Cortés Ferrandez, Dini Haryati, Nur Azizah
Published in: Journal of International Humanitarian Action, Issue 4/1, 2019, ISSN 2364-3412
DOI: 10.1186/s41018-019-0065-8

La ciudad: la última frontera para la acción humanitaria

Author(s): Pablo Cortés Ferrández
Published in: 2017

Resilience spaces: rethinking protection

Author(s): Pablo Cortés Ferrández
Published in: Forced Migration Review, Issue Issue 32, 2019, Page(s) 85-87

Child protection and resilience: A PRUV research report

Author(s): Plan International
Published in: 2020

Resilience as a protection strategy in informal settlements

Author(s): Pablo Cortés Ferrández
Published in: Humanitarian Alternatives, Issue 10, 2019, Page(s) 89-96, ISSN 2492-7120

Soacha: refugio de los desplazados urbanos de Colombia

Author(s): Pablo Cortés Ferrández
Published in: Revista Noche y Niebla, Issue 58, 2019, Page(s) 55-76, ISSN 0123-3637