The DKKV WebTalks are an opportunity for interdisciplinary exchange between science, practice, politics and civil society.
Climate crisis, disasters, pandemics as well as other multiple hazards and cascading risks represent cross-scientific and societal challenges. The DKKV’s strong network of diverse actors from the operational and scientific fields of disaster risk reduction, risk research and societal risk and crisis management represents a unique selling point at the national level to ensure interdisciplinary exchange on current developments in disaster risk reduction.
We want to use our WebTalks as a discussion and scientific platform to give actors from science, practice and politics the opportunity for an interdisciplinary exchange. The aspects developed can then be actively introduced into the public discussion and thus support effective disaster risk reduction and crisis management. The DKKV’s goal of creating an interdisciplinary view of various hazards, risks and disasters and thus implementing modern, effective risk and crisis management is thus being pursued.
On this page, future WebTalks are announced as well as insights and summaries of past WebTalks. As most WebTalks have been held in German, you will here find a selection of those in English.
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Do you have suggestions and ideas for a DKKV WebTalk? Do you have new research results in the field of crisis and disaster risk reduction? Do you have practical needs? Would you like to exchange ideas with other stakeholders? Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Disaster Preparedness Conference: Risk culture in different countries: How can we learn from each other to achieve a more positive risk culture?
|INCREASE WebTalk | German Flood Disaster 2021
|Fostering European Exchange: Transformation towards a sustainable and resilient future
|AFPCN-DKKV Joint WebTalk: Exchange of experience on flood management in France and Germany: Dialogue between practitioners at local level
Natural hazards and disasters are a challenge for people worldwide. For this reason, there are numerous supranational organizations that are networked and involved in a variety of ways. While the topic page gives an overview of the main players and Germany's role in...
Joint webinar within the INCREASE project Heavy rainfall events are among the most underestimated hazards, as they can occur anywhere andlead to severe flood disasters. Floods as part of extreme meteorological events represent one of thethree scenarios which serve as...
Flood disasters and hydro-meteorological events are increasing throughout Europe and regularly across national borders. Therefore, a cross-border exchange of national experiences in dealing with disaster risks is valuable and necessary for European and international...