NETWORK on Emergency and Disability

Posted on 18 February 2008. Filed under: Announcements, Cross-Disability, Disaster Planning & Mitigation, Resources | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

*Call For Participation In New Network On Emergency And Disability*

Deadline: No deadline and no charges

An informal network is being set up with the objective of providing a platform for dialogue and exchange of information amongst stakeholders interested in issues relating to disability and disaster.

The creation of this network was established as part of the European Union (EU)’s “Rescuing Injured Disabled Persons in Case of Disaster” and “Flooding: Response and Simulation Schemes for Safety of Disabled” projects. Building a solid network of stakeholders in Europe and strengthening the dialogue between experts, researchers and existing networks on the subject will establish a foundation for the sustainability of these projects and its achievements.

For information, please email madamoli@ulss20.verona.it



We Can Do first learned about this network through the Disabled People International newsletter.



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