the preliminary program for IDRiM2017 has been posted on the website
Welcome to NORDRESS
– the Nordic Centre of Excellence on Resilience and Societal Security.
NORDRESS is a Centre of Excellence under the Social Security Programme of NordForsk. Its aim is to carry out multidisciplinary studies to enhance societal security and resilience to natural disasters. Partners from 15 institutions in all Nordic countries will join forces to increase the resilience of individuals, communities, infrastructure and institutions.
The NordForsk Social Security Programme is funded by:
The abstract submission deadline for IDRiM2017 has been extended until April 30th 2017. Consult the “Preliminary Programme” on www.IDRiM2017.com, for information about the programme structure.
Mobility grants have been awarded to: WP 4.3 to promote NORDRESS work at the Citizen Science Association 2017 Conference (CSA2017) in Minnesota. WP 4.2 for a field work in Iceland. […]
Unnur Anna Valdimarsdóttir, Professor of Epidemiology University of Iceland and NORDRESS partner, has been awarded a 2 million Euro grant from the European Research Council (ERC). She will conduct pioneering […]
A member of the NORDRESS team Dr. Björn Karlsson delivered recently the final report of his Task in the EU project „From Gaps to Caps“ (Risk Management Capability on Gaps Identification […]
On the 7th of November 2016 there will be a PhD workshop in Copenhagen with the theme ‘emerging themes in social work research’. There are still some spots available and […]
NORDRESS Annual meeting will take place on Wednesday August 22 in Reykjavik. Please find the agenda here.
NORDRESS will co-host a conference with IDRiM (International Society for Integrated Disaster Risk Management) in Reykjavík in 2017 and have its annual meeting at the same time. NORDRESS Annual meeting […]
SOURCE Societal Security Conference GLOBAL THREATS LOCAL ACTORS 21-22 March, Haus der Europäischen Union, Vienna (For PhD students applying for travel […]
NEEDS 2 | Call for papers The NEEDS 2 conference aims to explore current trends in disaster and emergency management and research. The conference wishes to encourage a broad, multidisciplinary […]