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"Horizon 2020 Programme" project MSVUH19284R
MSVUH19284R "Building European Communities' Resilience and Social Capital (1.05.2019−30.04.2022)", Kati Orru, University of Tartu, Faculty of Social Sciences, Institute of Social Studies.
MSVUH19284R
Säilenõtkuse ja sotsiaalse kapitali suurendamine Euroopa kogukondades
Building European Communities' Resilience and Social Capital
BuildERS
1.05.2019
30.04.2022
R&D project
Horizon 2020 Programme
ETIS classificationSubfieldCERCS classificationFrascati Manual classificationPercent
2. Culture and Society2.11. Social SciencesS215 Social problems and welfare, national insurance 5.4 Sociology85,0
4. Natural Sciences and Engineering4.7. TelecommunicationsT180 Telecommunication engineering 2.2 Electrical engineering, electronic engineering, information engineering10,0
3. Health3.6. Public Health ScienceB685 Hospital science and management 3.3 Health sciences5,0
InstitutionCountryType
Euroopa Komisjon
PeriodSum
01.05.2019−30.04.2022275 500,00 EUR
275 500,00 EUR

Sendai raamistik hädaolukordade vähendamisest 2015-2030 sedastab, et maailma riikides on hädaolukordades inimeste heaolule ja varale tekitatud kahju suurenenud kiiremini kui püüdlused vähendada haavatavust. Raamistik rõhutab vajadust toetada kogukondade võimekust, võrgustikke ja vahendeid hädaolukordadega toime tulemiseks. BuilDERS projekt keskendub kõige haavatavamatele ühiskonnagruppidele ja kogukondadele, et suurendada ühiskonna üldist säilenõtkust. BuilDERS projekti eesmärk on selgitada, mis mõjutab kõige haavatavamate ühiskonnaliikmete võimekust toime tulla nii inimtekkeliste kui ka looduslike ohtudega. BuilDERS rakendab selleks kaasamise ja koosloome meetodeid, küsitlusuuringuid ja rahvusvahelist võrdlust ning töötab välja praktilisi vahendeid säilenõtkuse suurendamiseks.
The Sendai Framework for Disaster Reduction 2015-2030 points out that global evidence indicates that in all countries the exposure of people and assets to disasters has increased faster than attempts to decrease vulnerability. The Framework underlines an all-society engagement, which addresses the most vulnerable groups, whilst accounting for contextual and cultural differences. It also calls for a more explicit focus on people, their health and livelihoods, and the local level, since individuals and local communities possess their own capabilities, networks, methods, tools and means to absorb impacts and bounce back. Thus, the ‘capital’ that is available at the root-level deserves to be recognised and incorporated in the policies and strategies for disaster risk reduction and enhancing of resilience. To improve the overall resilience of people, communities and thereby the whole society, the BuildERS project focuses on the most vulnerable individuals, groups and communities. Strengthening the social capital, risk awareness and preparedness of the most vulnerable segments of the societies and communities will increase understanding on what societal resilience comprises. BuildERS will develop knowledge and insights that will device recommendations for policies, plans, strategies, and competencies for building partnerships, networks and trust for progressively fortifying the social capital and resilience against future threats, be they natural or man-induced. The special focus on communities and in particular on the most vulnerable groups answers to the so-far unfulfilled needs of these communities. BuildERS uses several research methods such as i) Stakeholder engagement with co-design and co-creation processes, ii) Field surveying and questionnaires, iii) Comparative research, iv) Multiple case analysis.
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