Euro-Atlantic Resilience Forum 2022
The Euro-Atlantic Resilience Forum, held 15-16 November 2022 in Bucharest, Romania, aims to bring together the most relevant actors, key decision makers, and top experts in all aspects of resilience within the scope of NATO and EU interests, and is a focal point of global debates on resilience while also emphasizing the importance of the Black Sea Region for the whole transatlantic community. Inclusiveness and empowerment of non governmental actors (NGOs, academia, businesses) are key at every step of the process, from the moment a vulnerability is identified until a solution is designed and a policy is implemented.
The Forum is organized by the Euro-Atlantic Resilience Centre (E-ARC), based in Bucharest, Romania, and represents an inter-agency hub and research body, tasked with promoting and pursuing NATO and EU resilience targets.
More than 60 speakers in 12 sessions and side events, dealing with the most important areas of resilience, as set out in the strategic documents of NATO and the EU: societal and democratic resilience, resilience to emergencies and disasters, resilience to climate change, resilience to emerging and disruptive technologies, the resilience of critical infrastructures (transportation, communications), continuity of government etc.
The CMDR COE Director, Colonel Orlin Nikolov, participated as a Speaker at the Panel "Resilient Cities for the Future: Natural disasters and the Spiral of Disinformation", together with Dr. Raed Arafat, Secretary of State, Head of the Department for Emergency Situations, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Romania.
All cities with high risks of disaster should develop and implement resilience plans to ensure rapid and robust recovery from disasters. Communities should identify which resilience planning tools best suit their priorities and resources. Planning efforts of any kind should engage a diverse group of community stakeholders, define community risk by linking critical social functions to the built environment, and set appropriate functional recovery goals for the community. Implemented plans should be evaluated and updated as necessary, based on the key requirements for improving urban resilience.
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