About the Project - FIRESPILL

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FIRESPILL

FOSTERING IMPROVED REACTION OF CROSSBORDER EMERGENCY SERVICES AND PREVENTION INCREASING SAFETY LEVEL

START DATE

01.04.2020

END DATE

30.06.2023

TOTAL BUDGET

€ 19.499.015,15

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE

Increase the safety of the Programme area from natural and man-made
disaster

LEAD PARTNER

FIRESPILL - PUBLIC INSTITUTION RERA S.D. FOR COORDINATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SPLIT DALMATIA COUNTY

TARGET GROUPS

  • General public
  • Local, regional and national public authorities and related entities
  • Emergency services and coast guard centres
  • NGOs
  • Education and training centers
  • Universities and research institutes

FIRESPILL overall objective is to enhance the capacity of Emergency Service Organizations to increase cross-border effectiveness in tackling natural and man-made disasters, decreasing the exposure of the populations to the impact of hazards and increasing the safety of the Croatian and Italian Adriatic basin by improving emergency prevention and management measures and instruments. Project joint activities will be implemented per each risk taken into consideration, aiming at: (a) the improvements of existing Emergency Services Regulatory System; (b) the improvement of Emergency Management Systems (EMS) in terms of new and innovative solutions; (c) the activation of citizens' participatory process. Specific actions will be dedicated to each main risk in chosen pilot areas (fire, oil spill and other marine hazards, earthquake, pandemic).

The enhancement of Emergency Service Organizations' operational capabilities will be ensured by provision of safety equipment, emergency land and sea vehicles, mobile command and control units, communications systems, and Advanced Training Center establishment. Improvements in the governance area will be achieved by comparing the current civil protection legislation in the two countries to identify their homogenization level and the arguments on which to intervene to improve the overall system efficiency.

Joint approaches will be adopted for the development of common monitoring strategies and a disaster management system, through strengthening administrative and technical capacities, raising awareness, educating, equipping, and preparing population and rescue teams.

The participatory process of citizenship will be activated addressing and altering the population role from "vulnerable element" to "active sensor" during hazardous occurrences, in order to: (a) obtain its contribution to Civil Protection activities of natural and manmade risk forecasting, prevention, monitoring and management within its own living territory; (b) to educate to a proper behavior and a thorough knowledge of risk issues and (c) to reduce the natural and man-made phenomena that lead to emergencies.

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PARTNERSHIP

LEAD PARTNER

PUBLIC INSTITUTION RERA S.D. FOR COORDINATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SPLIT DALMATIA COUNTY

DOMOVINSKOG RATA 2

SPLIT - CROATIA

www.rera.hr


​​​​​​​PI RERA S.D. is a regional development agency and interdisciplinary institution established by Split-Dalmatia County  for the purpose of preparation and implementation of projects related to the regional development.
Its primary role is to assist public entities in SD county to prepare and implement their projects, mostly financed by EU funds.
PI RERA S.D. employs 41 highly educated persons with multidisciplinary knowledge and rich experience gained by working on numerous EU projects.


Contact person:  HELENA BRČIĆ
E-mail: helena.brcic@rera.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

ABRUZZO REGION

www.regione.abruzzo.it


​​​​​​​Abruzzo Region is a public authority which, along with the Central Government, has concurrent legislative powers, among other competences, to enact interventions in environment protection fields as well as to realize, implement and monitor the environment plans and policies.
The Implementing Unit is particularly responsible for the:
- environmental protection of the coast;
- the quality preservation of sea water;
-coast pollution's preservation due to sea mining activities;
- policies to support the sustainability, environment, resilience and climate change.
It has realized the climate profile and the the adaptation to climate changes' regional plan guidelines and is working at the sustainable development's strategy with the Italian Ministry of Environment and other regions.


Contact person: Iris Flacco
E-mail: iris.flacco@regione.abruzzo.it

PROJECT PARTNER

EMILIA-ROMAGNA REGION

https://www.regione.emilia-romagna.it/


​​​​​​​The Regional Agency for Reconstruction is an operative Agency of Emilia Romagna Region playing a key role in different ECT programmes regarding monitoring and preventing natural risks and innovation tools to elaborate big data. It is responsible for all the administrative procedures, personnel and structures implemented for the reconstruction. Moreover, all the normative activities pursued by EU, Italian Government, Emilia Romagna Region and involved municipalities, are overseen by the Agency


Contact person: Enrico Cocchi
E-mail: enrico.cocchi@regione.emilia-romagna.it

PROJECT PARTNER

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OF FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA

http://www.arpa.fvg.it/cms/


​​​​​​​ARPA FVG is the regional body in charge of environmental surveillance and monitoring of the regional territory. It performs its duties with the following purposes: -maintain, develop and strengthen the protection and promotion of the quality of natural and human ecosystems; -control and prevent the degradation factors that have or could have direct or indirect consequences on human health; - seek maximum integration and coordination of environmental and health-hygienical activities.


Contact person: Enrico Ballaben
E-mail: enrico.ballaben@arpa.fvg.it

PROJECT PARTNER

University of Padua

https://www.unipd.it/


In the Department of Cultural Heritage many different competences are available: from Archaeology to Art History, from Epigraphy to Classic History, from Information Technology to Geosciences, from Structural Engineering to 3D Survey. The Department have a long tradition about the acquisition of digital data to realize very high resolution 3D models; the hardware and software are available in the laboratories and some people are involved in many interdisciplinary projects.


Contact person: Jacopo Bonetto

E-mail: DIPARTIMENTO.BENICULTURALI@UNIPD.IT

 

PROJECT PARTNER

SPLIT DALMATIA COUNTY

https://www.dalmacija.hr/


Split-Dalmatia County is the central-southern Dalmatian county in Croatia. It is organized in 11 departments, each dealing with sectoral issues. SD County is experienced in preparation and implementation of different cross border and transnational projects aimed to enhance the safety and resilience of the territories belonging to Adriatic area. Institution has competent staff successful in implementing multidisciplinary projects that require regional and international cooperation skills.


Contact person: Damir Gabrić
E-mail: 

PROJECT PARTNER

EUROPE POINT CONSORTIUM

www.copeteramo.it


​​​​​​

​​​​​Consorzio Punto Europa Teramo (COPE) is a regional-level development Agency providing assistance to Public Authorities in the implementation of development plans; manages projects and feasibility studies on economic, social and cultural development; enhances the access to funds and promotes productivity in economic sectors, also acting as a relevant centre for the dissemination of information through the official information Antenna of the European Commission called “Europe Direct Teramo”.


Contact Person: Filippo Lucci
E-mail: firespill@copeteramo.it

PROJECT PARTNER

DUBROVNIK NERETVA REGION

www.dubrovnik-neretva.hr/


​​​​​​​Dubrovnik-Neretva Region is the most important coastal region in CROATIA, covering 1/4 of national sea scope, with more than 60% are under Natura 2000 and 40 nature protection sites. Dubrovnik-Neretva region will participate in the construction of the Training Centre for Firefighting and Civil Protection Forces in Kula Norinska which will contribute to the safety of the Neretva Valley as well as better preparedness of the emergency services. Significant efforts will be dedicated to citizen participation in risk planning and management processes throughout different awareness campaigns


Contact person:  Mato Tomljanović
E-mail: mato.tomljanovic@dnz.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

ADRIATIC TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTRE FOR ACCIDENTAL MARINE POLLUTION PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE - ATRAC

http://atrac.hr/en/


​​​​​​​Adriatic Training and Research Centre for Accidental Marine Pollution Preparedness and Response (ATRAC) is a non-profit institution situated in Rijeka, Croatia, established by Primorje – Gorski kotar County within the HAZADR project, which gathered partners from Albania, Croatia, Italy, Montenegro and Slovenia. ATRAC presents the greatest added value of the project.
ATRAC’s key role is to provide training and education to the personnel involved in preparedness and response systems in the whole Adriatic region. Other important activities of the Centre include helping Adriatic countries and their territorial divisions in developing their contingency plans, risk assessments and other relevant documents, as well as effectively conducting international regulations governing preparedness for and response to incidents resulting in marine pollution.


Contact person: Vedran Martinić
E-mail: vedran.martinic@atrac.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

ZADAR COUNTY

www.zadarska-zupanija.hr


​​​​​​​Zadar County has considerable experience in implementing EU funded projects, especially cross border ones. Significant experience in the field of firefighting and forest fire protection projects, Zadar County has gained as a partner on project HOLISTIC (Adriatic Holistic Forest Fire Protection). The project activities were focused on prevention and mitigation of natural hazards, with particular emphasis on the risks of fire and earthquake, aiming to improve, promote and strengthen the institutional capacity to implement policies and actions to reduce the damage facing the Adriatic area. Zadar County implemented the project activities which included the establishing and equipping of the county operations centre for surveillance and response, setting up systems for early detection of fires, installation of heating system based on biomass utilisation etc.


Contact person: Lovro Jurisic
E-mail: jurisic@zadarska-zupanija.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

MARCHE REGION

https://www.regione.marche.it/


​​​​​​​Marche Region is a public authority located developing its own policies and strategies in various fields. In particular, the Civil Protection Department deals with environmental and citizen protection, natural and manmade disaster prevention and all activities concerning health and safety of citizens. It coordinates the civil protection, the Operative Room, regional Volunteers, the Emergency Logistic Support Centre and the Functional Centre for natural risk monitoring


Contact person: Silvia Moroni
E-mail: silvia.moroni@regione.marche.it

PROJECT PARTNER

REGION OF ISTRIA

https://www.istra-istria.hr/hr/


​​​​​​​Region of Istria is a regional self-government public body, composed of 14 departments, each dealing with sectoral issues. The Department for Sustainable Development is developing and implementing EU financed projects referred to waste management, protection of karst and drinking water sources, protection from forest fire, and addressed to the management and prevention of environmental and technological risks at sea


Contact person: Bruno Kostelic
E-mail: bruno.kostelic@istra-istria.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

DEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF ŠIBENIK-KNIN COUNTY

http://www.rra-sibenik.hr/


​​​​​​​Public Institution Development Agency of Sibenik-Knin County is founded and financed by the Sibenik-Knin County. According to the Law of Regional development of Republic Croatia, the Agency is a Regional coordinator of the County: it supports activities and projects developed and implemented by towns and municipalities; it informs and provides advices and technical assistance to public organisations; it develops strategic documents and fosters the County's overall development.


Contact person: Josip Aras
E-mail: josip.aras@rra-sibenik.hr

PROJECT PARTNER

PUGLIA REGION - CIVIL PROTECTION DEPARTMENT

https://www.regione.puglia.it/


​​​​​​​The Civil Protection Department of Puglia Region regulates the organization of functions and administrative tasks, concerning: - guidance and monitoring of the regional system of civil protection; - preparing forecasting and risk management programmes, in line with the regional land use and forest plans, laws and other general regulatory activities concerning the management of relevant accident risks; - definition of guidelines for the preparation of emergency plans at regional level


Contact person: Francesco Ronco
E-mail: f.ronco@regione.puglia.it

Asset Publisher

LIBRARY

Firespill technical deliverables produced

D.1.3.4_LP_Advisory Board Report

PUBLISHED ON 08/09/2023
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D.2.1.1_PP2_External services contracted for creation of communication strategy or for hiring Communication manager.pdf

PUBLISHED ON 18/08/2023
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D.2.1.2_PP2_Communication Strategy.pdf

PUBLISHED ON 18/08/2023
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D.2.1.3_PP2_Communication channels among the PP

PUBLISHED ON 31/08/2023
PDF (1.17 Mb)

D 2.1.4._LP_KoM

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.23 Mb)

D.2.2.1_LP_PP13 High Level Conference

PUBLISHED ON 30/08/2023
PDF (0.82 Mb)

D.2.2.1_PP3_High Level Conference

PUBLISHED ON 30/08/2023
PDF (1.27 Mb)

D.2.2.1_PP6_high level conference

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.43 Mb)

D.2.2.2_LP_PP13_Local regional event

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.67 Mb)

D.2.2.2_PP1_Local regional events

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.94 Mb)

D.2.2.2_PP2_Local-regional events

PUBLISHED ON 25/09/2023
PDF (1.6 Mb)

D 2.2.2._PP3_Local regional events

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.02 Mb)

D.2.2.2._PP4_Local regional events

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.42 Mb)

D2.2.2._PP5_Local regional event

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (2.18 Mb)

D.2.2.2._PP6_Local regional events

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.99 Mb)

D.2.2.2._PP7_Local regional event

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.07 Mb)

D.2.2.2._PP8_Local regional event

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.07 Mb)

D.2.2.2_PP9_local regional event

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.74 Mb)

D.2.2.2_PP10_Regional_Event_final

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (2.55 Mb)

D.2.2.2_PP11_Local regional events

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.45 Mb)

D.2.2.2_PP15_Local regional events

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (2.81 Mb)

D.2.2.3_ LP_EU Public event participation

PUBLISHED ON 08/09/2023
PDF (0.57 Mb)

D.2.3.1_PP2_Social media profiles

PUBLISHED ON 11/03/2024
PDF (0.43 Mb)

D 2.3.4_PPs institutional websites' FIRESPILL publicity

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.02 Mb)

D.2.4.1_PP2_External services for graphic design of promotional material (digital and printed version of brochures, roll-up, A3 poster).pdf

PUBLISHED ON 18/08/2023
PDF (0.47 Mb)

D.2.4.2_pp2_External services for printing 1 roll up per PP and brochures .pdf

PUBLISHED ON 18/08/2023
PDF (8.87 Mb)

D.2.4.3_LP_PP13_press conference

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.63 Mb)

D.2.4.3 PP2_press_conference

PUBLISHED ON 13/08/2023
PDF (1.23 Mb)

D.2.4.3. PP11_Press_conference

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.45 Mb)

D.2.4.4_PP2_PP3_PP4_PP7_PP15_publication in relevant journals

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.85 Mb)

D.2.4.5_LP_PP13_FIRESPILL Campaign on media

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1 Mb)

D.2.4.5_PP1_Campaign on media 

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.21 Mb)

D.2.4.5_PP2_Firespill Media campaign_2022

PUBLISHED ON 21/09/2023
PDF (0.7 Mb)

D.2.4.5_PP2_Firespill Media campaign_2023

PUBLISHED ON 21/09/2023
PDF (0.87 Mb)

D.2.4.5._PP3_Campaign on media

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.34 Mb)

D.2.4.5._PP4_Camapaign on media

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.21 Mb)

D.2.4.5._PP5 - Campaign on media

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.94 Mb)

D.2.4.5._PP6_Campaign on media

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.38 Mb)

D.2.4.5._PP7_Campaign on media

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.29 Mb)

D.2.4.5._PP8_Campaign on media

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (2.4 Mb)

D.2.4.5._PP9_Campaign on media

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.03 Mb)

D.2.4.5._PP10_Campaign media

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.51 Mb)

D.2.4.5_PP11_Campaign on media

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.19 Mb)

D.2.4.5._PP15_Campaign on media

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.42 Mb)

D.2.4.6_LP _Project gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.09 Mb)

D.2.4.6._PP1_Project gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.11 Mb)

D.2.4.6_PP2_Project gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 31/08/2023
PDF (5.33 Mb)

D.2.4.6._PP3_Project gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.59 Mb)

D.2.4.6._PP4_Project gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
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D.2.4.6._PP5_Project gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.57 Mb)

D.2.4.6._PP6_Project gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.83 Mb)

D.2.4.6._PP7_Project gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.67 Mb)

D.2.4.6._PP8_ Project gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.13 Mb)

D.2.4.6._PP9_Project gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (1.64 Mb)

D 2.4.6._PP10_Project gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
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D.2.4.6_PP11_Project gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
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D.2.4.6_PP15_Project gadgets

PUBLISHED ON 15/01/2024
PDF (0.54 Mb)

D.3.1.1_PP1_Status report on IT ESRS

PUBLISHED ON 08/09/2023
PDF (2.73 Mb)

D.3.1.1_PP7_ National report on ESRS_en

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (7.46 Mb)

D.3.2.1_PP1_Emergency Services Regulatory Systems guidelines framework.

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (0.78 Mb)

D.3.2.2_PP10_network of research groups and companies

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (0.44 Mb)

D.3.2.3_PP10_Guidelines on monitoring and analysis

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (1.9 Mb)

D.3.3.1_PP1_ESRS Green Paper

PUBLISHED ON 08/09/2023
PDF (5.42 Mb)

D.3.3.2_PP10_White Paper

PUBLISHED ON 08/09/2023
PDF (1.71 Mb)

D.3.4.1_LP_PP13_local capacity building interventions

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (0.68 Mb)

D.3.4.2_PP9_MoU Green Paper

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (2.73 Mb)

D.3.4.2_PP9_Adoption Protocol for the Green paper

PUBLISHED ON 24/01/2024
PDF (2.77 Mb)

D.3.4.3_PP10_Common Governance Model

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (0.79 Mb)

D.4.1.1_LP_Guidelines methodology for Pilot Project Framework Plan

PUBLISHED ON 30/08/2023
PDF (0.5 Mb)

D.4.1.2_PP2_World cafe-work shop presentations of pilot concepts

PUBLISHED ON 10/09/2023
PDF (3.73 Mb)

D.4.1.3_PP13_Pilot Project Framework Plan (PPFP)

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (0.48 Mb)

D.4.2.1_PP2_Report_on_ambient_vibration_testing_systems

PUBLISHED ON 15/05/2024 New
PDF (1.16 Mb)

D.4.2.1_PP2_Cope Specialized trainings for AVCPs

PUBLISHED ON 23/08/2023
PDF (0.86 Mb)

D.4.2.1_PP2_Cope Specialized drills for AVCPs

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (3.18 Mb)

D.4.2.1_PP8_Pilot deployment 

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (4.18 Mb)

D.4.3.1_PP1_Specialized exercises implemented

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (4.52 Mb)

D.4.3.1_PP4_Methodology for risk assessment for oil spills in the Adriatic Sea developed

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (2.85 Mb)

D.4.3.1_PP4_Specialized exercise

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (1.54 Mb)

D.4.3.1_PP7_Pilot deployment

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (2.27 Mb)

D.4.3.1_PP9_ Report on specialized exercise

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (27.41 Mb)

D.4.4.2._PP13_Realized investment of new infrastructure Advanced Center Vučevica

PUBLISHED ON 22/01/2024
PDF (4.64 Mb)

D 4.4.3_PP3_Realized investment of new infrastructure

PUBLISHED ON 24/10/2023
PDF (1.75 Mb)

D.4.4.4_PP6_Realized investment of the restructuring of existing infrastructure

PUBLISHED ON 01/03/2024
PDF (3.03 Mb)

D.4.5.1_LP_Methodology for Pilot Project Assessment

PUBLISHED ON 08/09/2023
PDF (0.74 Mb)

D.4.5.2._LP_PP13_Workshop_pilot deployment

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (0.67 Mb)

D.4.5.2_Firespill_ PP2_Workshop_on_pilot_project

PUBLISHED ON 11/03/2024
PDF (0.61 Mb)

D.4.5.3_LP_Summary report on implementation and evaluation of pilot deployment

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (1.59 Mb)

D.5.1.1_PP3_“Building safe community” awareness campaign

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (1.19 Mb)

D.5.2.1_lp_pp13_2 Info days carried out

PUBLISHED ON 30/08/2023
PDF (0.89 Mb)

D.5.2.1_pp2_2 Info days carried out

PUBLISHED ON 10/09/2023
PDF (0.37 Mb)

D.5.2.2._PP2 3 exhibitions of Civil Protection equipment

PUBLISHED ON 22/01/2024
PDF (6.02 Mb)

D.5.2.3_LP_PP13_risk awareness publications

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (0.74 Mb)

D.5.2.4_pp2_billboard or banner

PUBLISHED ON 22/09/2023
PDF (6.57 Mb)

D.5.3.1._LP+PP13_Programmes for specific training modules developed and regionally adapted

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (0.4 Mb)

D.5.3.1_pp2_1 Program for specific training modules developed

PUBLISHED ON 24/08/2023
PDF (0.75 Mb)

D.5.3.2_PPs_training courses

PUBLISHED ON 24/01/2024
PDF (1.59 Mb)

D.5.4.1_pp2_1 FB or other social media close groups set up by local Civil Protection Branch and-or CP Volunteers Association

PUBLISHED ON 23/08/2023
PDF (9.73 Mb)

D.5.4.2_PP3_professionally produced video

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (0.38 Mb)

D.5.4.3_All PPs_informal participatory videos

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (1.62 Mb)

D.5.4.4_All PPs_video per pilot action

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (1.81 Mb)

D.5.5.1_PP2_Italian_report on the external evaluation of the “Building Safe Community” awareness campaign_EN

PUBLISHED ON 25/09/2023
PDF (5.52 Mb)

D.5.5.1_PP3_CRO report on the externalevaluation of the Building Safe Community awareness campaign

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (0.75 Mb)

D.5.5.2_PP3_Handbook on Citizens contribution to reducing risk and building resilience

PUBLISHED ON 19/01/2024
PDF (0.51 Mb)

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