Call for Workshops on CIP Conference Lisbon 16 June 2017 • Unique opportunity to work together with worldwide peers

Very excited about our upcoming event, we look forward to welcoming you at our 4th international conference on “Managing Crises Today – Insights On Dealing With Complexity”. This year’s conference will take place on Friday 16 June 2017 8.30am-5pm at the University of Lisbon – Faculdade de Psicologia. If you are interested in joining, please save the date and sign up for news. We will inform you about the programme, speakers, fees, flight discounts and further details in due time.

Since our formula of keynote speakers and workshops was highly appreciated by the attendees of our past conferences, we are continuing on the same path. Our ambition this year is to provide even more participation during interactive workshops since this remains one of the main suggestions by the attendees of past editions. The aim of these workshops is to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners in risk management, crisis management, risk communication, crisis communication or any other domain related to risk and crisis.

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Workshop: Resilience and Crisis

One of the six workshops that are part of our CIP Conference 2015 on 3 July 2015 in the University of Amsterdam.

The climate change adaptation and the higher frequency and financial consequences of disasters, are amongst the factors that boost the utilization of the concept of resilience way beyond its original scientific definition.

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Stakeholder’s involvement through scientific reasoning: communicating risks without risk communication

One of our five keynotes at the CIP Conference 2014 in Brussels

Prof. Dr. José Manuel Palma-Oliveira

In the past, traditional approach to risk communication has failed in many cases resulting in significant stakeholder unease and stress. This talk will focus on alternative approaches of bringing stakeholders on board in projects where risk is a significant driver for decisions.

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