Creating Effective Warning for All

London / September 11, 2023

Excerpt: UCL organises a Conference in September in London focusing on designing, implementing, and maintaining effective warnings for all

One of our partners, UCL Warning Research Centre, organises a Conference.

Bringing together global expertise to explore the role of warnings in managing vulnerabilities, hazards, risks, and disasters is essential to save countless lives every year, and support day-to-day living and vulnerability reduction. The Conference wants to break down the silos and generate a better understanding within the actors involved.

Find more about the conference here.

 

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