Radio interview with Henrik Theler about the new Engineering programme in Risk, Safety and Crisis Management
Hanna Lindbom in magazine Tjugofyra7 about research on capability assessments
The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency’s (MSB) official magazine Tjugofyra7 acknowledges Hanna Lindbom’s ongoing research on capability assessments.
Debate Per Becker: Critical societal functions must be allowed to cost money
Tove Frykmer participated in the doctor promotion on June 3rd
Per Becker interviewed about the vulnerability of society in relation to disruption of drinking water in Sörmland
Seminar on Inclusive Disaster Digital Education is arranged in Lund on 15 June
On the 15th of June from 10:00 to 13:00 the INCLUDE (INCLUsive Disaster Digital Education) seminar will be held on Lund University campus at DC:Shö, IKDC. INCLUDE is a collaborative research project co-funded by EU Erasmus+ programme. The two-year research initiative aims to reimagine online distance learning education so that it better supports the diverse DRR community.
New publication: Pandemic responses at the subnational level: Exploring politics, administration, and politicization in Swedish municipalities
Per Becker got a new scientific journal article published in European Policy Analysis, together with colleagues at Mid Sweden University and Karlstad University. The paper is called ”Pandemic responses at the subnational level: Exploring politics, administration, and politicization in Swedish municipalities” and focuses on how Swedish municipalities organized to manage Covid-19 and why.
New Alumn report for the DRMCCA-program has been published
Apply to Summer School on Critical Infrastructure Resilience in Venice
Jonas Johansson at the Division of Risk Management and Societal Safety is part of organizing a summer school on Critical Infrastructure Resilience at the University of Venice on July 18-22 – aiming at practitioners, PhD-students, and other professionals. Deadline for applying is the 30th of May.
How to prepare for the unexpected? An interview with Alexander Cedergren and Henrik Hassel
The scientific popular magazine Extrakt, which is the research council Formas official magazine, has conducted an interview with Alexander Cedergren and Henrik Hassel, researchers at the Division of Risk Management and Societal Safety, regarding their ongoing Formas-funded research about preparing for the unexpected.