Emergency response

Emergency response

Introduction

In 2022 we will open for Fellowship applications that encourage innovation in the management of public emergencies of all kinds, from prevention to response and post-crisis recovery.

Dan Farnworth (CF 2018) explored ways of improving the mental wellbeing of emergency services workersDownload image

Projects may relate to frontline and rescue services or to the agencies and charities that work on crisis management in the widest sense, including infrastructure, early warning, survivor support, rehabilitation, reconstruction and policy. Proposals may be intended for operational, tactical or strategic implementation, and applicants are welcomed from all levels of seniority.

Fellows in this theme form part of a dedicated community specialising in this area, with tailored opportunities for support and networking in this field.

See Fellows' impact in this theme.

Dan Farnworth (CF 2018) explored ways of improving the mental wellbeing of emergency services workersDownload image

Projects may relate to frontline and rescue services or to the agencies and charities that work on crisis management in the widest sense, including infrastructure, early warning, survivor support, rehabilitation, reconstruction and policy. Proposals may be intended for operational, tactical or strategic implementation, and applicants are welcomed from all levels of seniority.

Fellows in this theme form part of a dedicated community specialising in this area, with tailored opportunities for support and networking in this field.

See Fellows' impact in this theme.