Fruitful discussions for BuildERS at the NEEDS conference
Fruitful discussions for BuildERS at the NEEDS conference
BuildERS partners join the great discussion at the NEEDS conference
New tool designed to help with crisis management efforts
New tool designed to help with crisis management efforts
BuildERS partner develops mobile dashboard to be used in crisis management
Two more project join our DRS01 Cluster
Two more project join our DRS01 Cluster
RiskPACC and CORE are the two projects with whom we will create synergies in the following months
BuildERS takes part in the NEEDS conference
BuildERS takes part in the NEEDS conference
Our project will join the Northern European Conference on Emergency and Disaster Studies (NEEDS '21).
World Humanitarian Day – Time to focus on vulnerable groups
World Humanitarian Day – Time to focus on vulnerable groups
Interview with Lorenzo Massucchielli from the Italian Red Cross
Translating project findings into policy recommendations - Workshop with Adam Knelman Ostry
Translating project findings into policy recommendations - Workshop with Adam Knelman Ostry
Defining project-based policy recommendations requires building bridges between scientific evidence and public policy, thus highlighting the utility of scientific findings for results-based policy making.
Building resilience through mobile positioning data in Estonia and Indonesia
Building resilience through mobile positioning data in Estonia and Indonesia
How can we best prepare ourselves to deal with disasters? How can we build a better, more effective crisis management strategy, with the help of modern technology?
Approaches to ‘vulnerability’ in eight European disaster management systems
Approaches to ‘vulnerability’ in eight European disaster management systems

We charted the practitioners’ approaches to disaster vulnerability in eight European countries – Germany, Italy, Belgium, Hungary, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Estonia – to reveal significant differences across countries in terms of the meanings of vulnerability, its sources, reduction strategies, and the allocation of related duties.

New publication: Handling false information in emergency management: A cross-national comparative study of European practices
New publication: Handling false information in emergency management: A cross-national comparative study of European practices

During emergencies, exposure to false information can increase individual vulnerability. Our study contributes to a better understanding of how the effects of false information are mitigated by the emergency management systems in Europe.

New publication on the Journal of Risk Research: COVID-19 information disorder: six types of harmful information during the pandemic in Europe
New publication on the Journal of Risk Research: COVID-19 information disorder: six types of harmful information during the pandemic in Europe

The outbreak of a novel coronavirus disease COVID-19 propelled the creation, transmission, and consumption of false information – unverified claims, misleading statements, false rumours, conspiracy theories, and so on – all around the world.

COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOUR IN EUROPE AND VULNERABILITIES
COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOUR IN EUROPE AND VULNERABILITIES

Understanding communication - related vulnerability and resilience in crises 

REPORT ON SEGMENTS OF VULNERABILITY COUNTRY BY COUNTRY BASIS – INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE OFFICIAL DATA
REPORT ON SEGMENTS OF VULNERABILITY COUNTRY BY COUNTRY BASIS – INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE OFFICIAL DATA

The ongoing world pandemic highlighted that even a most universal threat is still disproportionally affecting vulnerable groups.