Dear partners, here is some food for thought on the need for a code of conduct in disaster zone research. Disaster-zone research needs a code of conduct
Arna Hauksdóttir and Unnur Anna Valdimarsdóttir , from University of Iceland in the The Icelandic newspaper Visir. Bestu vinkour í vísindum (only in Icelandic)
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 […]
Sander Kruithof, a highschool stundent from the Netherlands has produced amazing video on the Eyjafjallajökull eruption. Have a look !
Rasmus Dahlberg, from Copenhagen Center for Disaster Research in the The Icelandic National Broadcasting Service. Áskoranir en óvíst um vandamál (Only in Icelandic)
Rasmus Dahlberg, PhD-fellow at COPE and the Danish Emergency Management Agency is currently in Iceland conducting field work as part of NORDRESS, a five-year Center of Excellence on Nordic Societal […]
Edda Björk Þórðardóttir, (participant in WP 3) gave an interview with the Icelandic National Radio (in Icelandic) on how important it is to improve responses and interventions in the aftermath […]
Climte scientists at NTNU’s Department of Geography have previously mapped the vulnerability of Norway’s municipalities and population to floods, landslides and storms.