The DARWIN Community of Practitioners (DCoP) will hold a workshop in Linköping, Sweden on the 13th and 14th of April, 2016.
The purpose of the DCoP workshop is to exchange knowledge and lessons on how to enable rapid, effective, coordinated and flexible responses in man-made and natural crises.
Feedback from end-users on the evolving DARWIN Resilience Management Guidelines, will consequently contribute to enhance EU responses to crises.
The workshop focuses on the two domains of DARWIN: health care and air traffic management. Accordingly, actors working with resilience within these domains will be the main participants.
The main objective of the workshop is to gather participants’ input and perspective on resilience guidelines.
This workshop will give participants information of up-to-date on evolving resilience guidelines that can enable rapid, effective, coordinated and flexible responses. Further, it will facilitate exchange of knowledge, insights, expertise and lessons learnt for practitioners and researchers, and thus promote international networking concerning resilience aspects.
For more information, please see: DCoP Workshop Invitation
If you would like to join the DCoP and/or register for the workshop, please contact: Rebecka Forsberg, DCoP project manager: Rebecka.firstname.lastname@example.org