The aim of this deliverable is to describe the process behind and results from the Community of Crisis and Resilience Practitioners workshop (DCoP) held in April 2016 in Linköping, Sweden when resilience practitioners within different disciplines and countries, at different levels, such as: policy makers, managers, service providers and first responders participated.
The purpose of the workshop was to facilitate the sharing of experiences as well as to provide feedback on DARWIN developments.
This unique multidisciplinary and multi- sectorial gathering facilitated the work to discover, evaluate and define the resilience term. This deliverable illustrate feedback provided by DCoP members as means to increase relevance and usefulness of project results in terms of addressing needs concerning resilience management;
• Experiences how real cases have been managed in a resilient way within different domains e.g. railway, aviation and healthcare.
• Useful format and content of guidelines.
• Challenges and key factors when developing generic guidelines.
• How concepts important for resilience can be trained.
• Vital aspects in order to increase resilience.
The DARWIN project aims to develop state of the art resilience guidelines and innovative training modules for crisis management. The guidelines, which will evolve to reflect the changing nature of crises, are developed for those with responsibility for protecting the population or critical infrastructure/services. They will be useful for everyone directly involved, and with an interest in, crisis management from Policy to Practice.