CORE project partners from the University of Salerno were in Brussels for the four-days CERIS DRS annual event, taking place this year from 4th to 7th December.
CORE was invited to make an intervention and join a panel discussion on Day II of the event. The whole day was dedicated to Societal Resilience and Governance and Societal Resilience Cluster (SRC) projects came together to showcase their work.
The second day started with an initial session that delved into the realm of multi-hazard risks and vulnerabilities, emphasizing risk awareness, early warning, and education. This was followed by a compelling panel discussion on connecting multi-hazard and compounding risk initiatives at the EU level.
In the afternoon, attention turned to a session exploring the active involvement of citizens in research projects, where CORE was invited to take part in the panel discussion moderated by RiskPACC project. Wrapping up the day, a panel chaired by Nathan Clark, coordinator of the LINKS EU Project steered a discussion towards adopting an all-society approach to disaster resilience: from research to policy recommendations.