ISS (Istituto Superiore di Sanitá) is the Italian National institute for Health and works on the healthcare aspects of the DARWIN project. Within Darwin, ISS plays the role of user organisation in the healthcare domain. Thanks to its national healthcare network, ISS facilitates and supports the involvement of other Italian health stakeholders in Darwin activities. Particularly, ISS leads tasks around integrating healthcare in to the generic resilience crisis management guidelines, and in the pilots and evaluation phases of the guidelines.
Posted on: 18-10-2016
DARWIN partners Ivonne Hererra and Rogier Woltjer participated in a NATO workshop on “Resilience-Based Approaches to Critical Infrastructure Safeguarding” during the summer. The workshop was organised in the context of an increasing difficulty to predict threats to society, whether they be man-made or natural, and the resulting significant interest in resilience-based management.Read More
Posted on: 03-10-2016
DARWIN is cooperating with similar H2020 projects in order to ensure consistency, share knowledge and ultimately improve resilience to expected and unexpected disasters. Recently DARWIN, along with research projects under the theme “Crisis and Disaster Resilience-Operationalising Resilience Concepts”, presented at The European Commission’s 4th Community of Users on Safe, Secure and Resilient Societies (CoU). The CoU aims to build on previous research, share knowledge and create synergies between current research projects.Read More
Posted on: 24-06-2016
The European Commission has launched an Action Plan to promote disaster risk reduction and its integration in EU policies. This will play a key role in the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction. http://ec.europa.eu/echo/news/european-commission-launches-sendai-action-plan-disaster-risk-reduction_enRead More