RESILOC - Resilient Europe and Societies by Innovating Local Communities

Resilient Europe and Societies by Innovating Local Communities

RESILOC aims at studying and implementing a holistic framework of studies, methods and software instruments that combines the physical with the less tangible aspects associated with human behavior

The overall goal of RESILOC is to identify new strategies for improving on the processes of preparedness of local communities against any kind of hazards, either planned or unplanned. The project aims at bringing together the validity and experience of local communities and the strategies and commitment of national and supra-national actors to achieve a tangible impact on the way resilience is understood and increased in local communities. Therefore a holistic framework of studies, methods and software instruments will be developed, that combines the physical with the less tangible aspects associated with human behavior that applies at the community scale.

Partners

The RESILOC consortium consists of 16 qualified partners from seven different EU countries. To find more about them click link below.

Check out our latest posts of @RESILOC via Twitter:

The @ISIG_Gorizia team of @resiloc presented the #research findings & added value of engaging participatory strategies empowering #resilience of local #communities at the #GIRD2021 conference! #LocalResilienceTeam #CommunityResilience #UserDriven #EUresearch #Italy #EUCivPro

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Our ability to cope with threats & adversity is being pushed to its limits. Building resilience depends on teamwork and this is what our #DRS01 #Cluster has proven - that together we can address great challenges.

#DRRDay #OnlyTogether #ResilienceForAll

As citizens & communities globally mobilise to address the challenges of #Pandemic & #ClimateEmergency together,the #Horizon2020 #DRS01 #Cluster projects join forces to contribute by transfering #DRR science,tech & innovation in support of #ResilienceForAll! #OnlyTogether #DRRday

The #DRRday reminds us the importance of applying a people-centered approach in disasters, and appropriately using #SMCS for this objective.
Take a look at our extensive review of #SocialMedia and #Crowdsourcing in disasters:
http://links-project.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/LINKS_D3.1_DMP-Knowledge-Base_V2.0.pdf
#OnlyTogether @UNDRR

The #DRRday reminds us the importance of developing child-driven solutions which promote their participation in DRM decision making processes.
In #LINKSH2020, @SaveChildrenIT, @UNI_FIRENZE, and the Province of Terni are working on this.
#OnlyTogether @UNDRR

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