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Report of the Human Aspects Group National Workshops 2015

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Human Aspects in Emergency Management

Its primary purpose is to support local practitioners planning and co-ordinating frontline activities to address HA in response and recovery. However, planners at a national level may also find it beneficial. The planning framework described here is applicable in any emergency and should be used flexibly to meet specific needs and circumstances. More

Children Young People and Flooding Final Report

Research by Lancaster University/Save the Children: "Children are known to be acutely affected during and after floods, losing their homes, friendship networks and familiar surroundings. They also see adults under great strain and witness the exceptional and long-term tensions that flooding brings about. Research also shows that children play a major ... More

HAG – Rebecca Stockwell

Presentation by Rebecca Stockwell at the Humanitarian Assistance National Workshop - Protecting Children - 21/10/2015. More

HAG – Jo Dover

Presentation by Jo Dover at the Humanitarian Assistance National Workshop - Protecting Children - 21/10/2015. More

Sian Lewis-Williams – Family Liaison in Mass Fatality

Presentation by Sian Lewis-Williams at the Humanitarian Assistance National Workshop - Protecting Children - 21/10/2015. More

HAG – EU Refugee Crisis Factsheet 09 Oct 2015

Presentation at the Humanitarian Assistance National Workshop - Protecting Children - 21/10/2015. More

HAG – 10 Tips for Helping Children Cope in Emergencies

Presentation at the Humanitarian Assistance National Workshop - Protecting Children - 21/10/2015 More

HAG – Journey of Hope UK

Presentation at the Humanitarian Assistance National Workshop - Protecting Children - 21/10/2015. More

HAG – Marion Walker

Presentation by Marion Walker at the Humanitarian Assistance National Workshop The Flood Project: a Children’s Manifesto for Change, is now available to view on our website: www.lancaster.ac.uk/floodrecovery. Look for Project film under the ‘what we’ve produced’ tab. More