<h2>[[Community approach – involving people in crisis_management|Community Approach]]</h2>
<li>[[Community approach – involving people in crisis management|Introduction – the four I’s]]
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...c empowerment can be undertaken using a top-down, bottom-up or cooperative approach.</p>
...en initiative that spontaneously occurs during a crisis or a campaign in a community and truly changes the attitude and behaviour of the target group. Such init
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...y its dissemination through a variety of media and opting for an inclusive approach that taking the diversity of the different members of the public into accou
While at the political level awareness of the lack of attention accorded to community resilience seems high, l, concrete examples, and possibly also regulations,
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...e policymaking. If the latter is the case in various policy areas, such an approach is also more likely to be chosen in the field of rescue management.
...change of practices can facilitate finding suitable ways to integrate this approach in both (inter)national and local ways of working. Good practices can inspi
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Community approaches involving social groups in crisis preparedness and response are
<h3>Community approach – involving people in crisis management</h3>
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...tour to inspect and discuss potential dangers and vulnerabilities. Include community groups in preparedness activities and exercises. Let them know you need the
*Think of community groups and citizens as a resource and act accordingly.
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...ific needs and vulnerabilities that have been identified within your local community. Be open and transparent about what these specific needs and vulnerabilitie
*Invite and visit community groups in order to inform them about local risks and vulnerabilities.
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Maintain social contact with community groups. Visit their arrangements and arrange a social occasion on a regular
*Recognize the advantage of staying in touch with community groups.
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...and for new purposes, and their aim was to foster new thinking within the community.
...involved in any evacuation planning efforts or schema. Similar examples of community innovation and creative improvisation, though smaller in scale, attracted s
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...mmunication technology enables the public to contribute and participate in community resilience and citizen response. Digital volunteerism, crowdsourcing and mi
...vulnerable groups, and therefore cannot adopt a ‘one channel fits all’ approach.
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In emergency situations, information must reach all members of the community at risk. It is essential to insure that the technologies themselves do not
...ommunication incorporates the needs and requirements of all members of the community at risk.
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*Preparedness is an on-going planning process for which an all-hazards approach is recommended. The measures needed are drawn up in preparedness plans.
...includes information related to various types of crises. This generalized approach also prevents too much emphasis on violence and terrorism, which should be
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*The ability of a community to accelerate the recovery process begins with its efforts in pre-disaster
...of a community’s physical structures. Of equal importance is helping the community and individuals to recover from their physical and emotional hardships and
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*FEMA (2011) A Whole Community Approach to Emergency Management: Principles, Themes, and Pathways for Action FDOC 1
*Johansson, C. & Linnell, M. (2012) A literature review on community approaches involving the public in crisis management. Report, retrievable f
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