Joint CONRIS-DRMKC Disaster Risk Management Training Seminars

CONRIS network Coventry University

Intro

Working with the Disaster Risk Management Knowledge Centre (DRMKC) and the CONRIS network, Disaster and Emergency Management course at Coventry University will host a series of 12 online Disaster Risk Management Training seminars between September 2021 and April 2022 to provide students studying in disaster risk management with international, state of the art, evidence based knowledge about disaster risk management which should contribute to the quality of disaster risk management practices.

The use of collaborative online international learning (COIL) model aims to facilitate the teaching and learning activities and discussion between academic (teachers, students), professionals and communities. The series of COIL seminars will address the need for the collaboration between academics and professionals in the arrangements for disaster risk management to understand the factors which can enhance resilience and capacity. The use of co-design and co-create methods will provide students the opportunity to consider a variety of disaster risk management tools and strategies, not only from European perspectives but further reaching out to global context. The initiatives of solutions to risks of modern life can be seen as part of global citizenship development for students.

To obtain further detailed knowledge about disaster risk management, we have adapted two publications from the DRMKC. Four themes are identified for the series, including mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery; each theme will be covered by means of scientific knowledge, a supporting case study and an exercise (drill). The goals are to: (1) provide understanding of disaster risk; (2) identify solutions to potential risk using a student-centred approach.

  • Poljanšek, K., Marín Ferrer, M., De Groeve, T., Clark, I. (Eds.), 2017. Science for disaster risk management 2017: knowing better and losing less. EUR 28034 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, ISBN 978-92-79-60679-3, doi:10.2788/842809, JRC102482.
  • Casajus Valles, A., Marin Ferrer, M., Poljanšek, K., Clark, I. (eds.), ‘Executive summary of the report Science for Disaster Risk Management 2020: acting today, protecting tomorrow’, EUR 30183 EN, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2020, ISBN 978 - 92 - 76 - 27150 - 5, doi:10.2760 / 919253, JRC114026.

 

Detailed programme

 

  Date-Time Themes (proposed) Speakers Organization Download
1 22-Sep 10.00-11.00 DRMKC opening lecture: EU DRM framework from CP/operational perspective Modris Stasuls,
Ian Clark
DG ECHO
DRMKC
Presentation 
Presentation 
2 06-Oct 10.00-11.00 Methodologies for risk assessment/impact assessment in the Risk Data Hub Ian Clark,
Tiberiu-Eugen Antofie
DRMKC
JRC
Presentation 
Presentation 
3 20-Oct 10.00-11.00 Psychology for security management Birgitta Sticher HWR, Berlin Presentation 
4 03-Nov 10.00-11.00 Insurance Turkey/Covid 19 Burcak Basbug METU, Turkey Presentation 
5 10-Nov 10.00-12.00 Societal Transformation: From Risk Management to Collapse of Societies Juergen Weichselgartner HWR, Berlin Presentation 
6 24-Nov 10.00-11.00 Psychosocial aid during and post disasters Nils Vandenbroucke VIVES, Belgium Presentation 
7 19-Jan 10.00-11.00 Humanitarian and development – Faith based organisations Yung-Fang Chen CU, UK Presentation 
8 2-Feb 10.00-11.00 Lessons learned from SCS Fukushima International wildfire monitoring: forest fires in Portugal in 2017 Wolfgang Raskob,
Jesus San Miguel
JRC Presentation  Presentation 
9 16-Feb 10.00-11.00 Flood risk management and environmental safety in the Netherlands Jeroen Neuvel Saxion, Netherlands Presentation 
10 2 Mar 10.00-11.00 Governing Uncertainty From managing risk to managing the unexpected PARTICIPATION as a key factor in avoiding the collapse of societies Anne Bergmans University of Antwerp, Belgium Presentation 
11 16 Mar 10.00-11.00 Critical Infrastructures – Double Dutch on Disaster: what essentially should we try to protect from disaster? Dannis 't Hart Hogeschool Utrecht,Netherlands Presentation 
12 30 Mar 10.00-10.30 2010 eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull volcano Gudrun Pétursdóttir,
Uta Reichardt
JRC Presentation 
12 30 Mar 10.30-11.00 Earthquakes in Central Italy in 2016-2017 Daniela Di Bucci,
Mauro Dolce
Civil Protection Department, Italy Presentation 

 

 

Previous course

The link to the previous webinar for the preparation of training courses based on the latest DRMKC flagship report “Science for Disaster Risk Management 2017: Knowing Better and Losing Less” is https://drmkc.jrc.ec.europa.eu/partnership/Scientific-Partnerships/Conris#documents/884/list