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Engage Society for Risk Awareness and Resilience

Rezultaty

ENGAGE knowledge platform release 2

including new knowledge and solutions all results from the project

ENGAGE knowledge platform

including new knowledge and solutions (all results from the project)

ENGAGE knowledge platform release 3

including new knowledge and solutions (all results from the project)

Revision and update of solutions to improve societal resilience

Document adaptations and improvements during the final validation process of the project.

Revision of the model assessing and methods for improving societal resilience

Document modifications, adaptations and improvements made after the validation exercises.

Communication, social media and societal resilience

Documents and analyses social media and electronic communication between disaster management agencies and citizens, and among citizens. Clarifies the relationship between these two forms of communication and actual societal resilience, considering cultural and gender diversity.

Expectations and needs to improve societal resilience

Gather the gaps, constraints, opportunities, expectations and needs identified from the first responders and authorities in order to improve societal resilience.

Local perceptions, risk awareness, needs and expectations about societal resilience

Summarises results of the survey of needs, perceptions, needs and expectations of individuals and communities for security and risk. Draws conclusions about the relationship between risk perception, risk awareness and actual societal resilience, considering gender variance.

Initial catalogue of societal resilience solutions

Selected solutions description of contextual issues and guidelines for implementation

Directions for innovative communication and social media solutions

Improved design directions for communication and social media technology; report on approaches for transfer of research results to the public.

Midterm Societal impact report

Report results derived societal impact and provide recommendations

Formal solutions to improve societal resilience

Gather all the “formal” solutions identified for first responders and authorities to improve societal resilience. Included in the ENGAGE Knowledge Platform

Initial directions for innovative communication and social media solutions

Lessons learned from existing solutions initial design concepts for improvement

Final project report

Summarizes status of project on completion in terms of fulfilment of objectives and impact Contains a publishable part summary of main achievement.

Final catalogue of societal resilience solutions

Recommended solutions, revised description of contextual issues and guidelines for implementation.

Methods and tools to engage community of practice in transdisciplinary collaboration

Methods for engaging citizens, first responders and authorities in co-creation and adoption. Includes lessons learned on conducting succesful workshop

Contribution to SENDAI, policy and standardization

Summary of ENGAGE contribution to SENDAI framework, policy and to standards. It includes a white paper on societal resilience and 2 policy briefs.

Informal solutions to improve societal resilience

Gather all the informal solutions identified for first responders and authorities to improve societal resilience. Included in the ENGAGE Knowledge Platform.

Preliminary model for assessing and methods for improving societal resilience

Summarises results of 1 the case studies and 2 the survey focus groups and interviews carried Systematises transversal knowledge about the diversity of societal resilience across a variety of contexts and draws initial conclusions about contextual and target aspects of societal resilience

Final Societal impact report

Update on D6.2. Report results from monitoring societal impact provide and recommendations.

Existing communication channels and guidelines

Describe all the communication channels and guidelines that first responders and authorities use to communicate with the society with the aim to improve societal resilience. Included in the ENGAGE Knowledge Platform.

Innovation news and updates

Overview on website of new initiatives new research results new practices and new user needs that are relevance to societal resilience and citizens engagement The overview will be continuously updated until the end of the projects

ENGAGE website

Project Website

Updated version of innovation news and updates

Update containing overview on website of new initiatives new research results new practices and new user needs that are relevance to societal resilience and citizens engagement

Publikacje

Community resilience: How to measure interactions among society and authorities?

Autorzy: Sahar Elkady, Leire Labaka, Josune Hernantes, Marcos R.S. Borges
Opublikowane w: 31st European Safety and Reliability Conference, 2021
Wydawca: Springer

SPONTANEOUS VOLUNTEERING DURING THE UTØYA TERROR ATTACKS – A DOCUMENT STUDY

Autorzy: Asbjørn Lein Aalberg, Rolf Johan Bye
Opublikowane w: 31st European Safety and Reliability Conference, 2021
Wydawca: Springer

Insights about what authorities and emergency services need and expect from society

Autorzy: Leire Labaka, Sahar Elkady, Marcos R.S. Borges, Gala Linacisoro, Josune Hernantes
Opublikowane w: 31st European Safety and Reliability Conference, 2021
Wydawca: Springer

Understanding Societal Resilience—Cross-Sectional Study in Eight Countries

Autorzy: Bodas M, Peleg K, Stolero N and Adini B
Opublikowane w: Frontiers in Public Health, 2022, ISSN 2296-2565
Wydawca: Lausanne: Frontiers Media S.A., 2013
DOI: 10.3389/fpubh.2022.883281

Towards a resilient community: A decision support framework for prioritizing stakeholders' interaction areas

Autorzy: Elkady S, Hernantes J, & Labaka L
Opublikowane w: Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 2023, ISSN 0951-8320
Wydawca: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.ress.2023.109358

What do emergency services and authorities need from society to better handle disasters?

Autorzy: Elkady S, Hernantes J, Muñoz M, Labaka L
Opublikowane w: International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2022, ISSN 2212-4209
Wydawca: Elsevier Limited
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2022.102864

Do first responders and populations perceive risks similarly? A comparative study of seven countries

Autorzy: Stolero, N., Elkady, S., Labaka, L., Siman Tov, M., Peleg, K., & Adini, B.
Opublikowane w: Frontiers in Psychology, Numer Vol 14, 2024, Strona(/y) https://www.frontiersin.org/journals/psychology, ISSN 1664-1078
Wydawca: Frontiers Research Foundation
DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2023.1219927

Revealing resilience features: Analyzing informal solutions adopted in emergency situations

Autorzy: Elkady S, Hernantes J, Gómez, E., & Labaka L.
Opublikowane w: International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2024, ISSN 2212-4209
Wydawca: Elsevier Limited
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2024.104267

Risk Perception of Natural and Human-Made Disasters—Cross Sectional Study in Eight Countries in Europe and Beyond

Autorzy: Bodas M, Peleg K, Stolero N and Adini B
Opublikowane w: Frontiers in Public Health, 2022, ISSN 2296-2565
Wydawca: Lausanne: Frontiers Media S.A., 2013
DOI: 10.3389/fpubh.2022.825985

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