The European project AMARE-EU focuses on developing concrete, low-cost and easy-to-be-applied solutions to involve and inform citizens of different origins in making their own city a better and safer place to live

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Amare Project Funded by European Union Civil Protection


The resilience of a city is its capacity to respond to difficulties, emergencies, or stressful events in a positive and constructive manner.

This response should ultimately lead to a constructive recovery process involving all aspects of complexity that characterize the cities of today: cultural, social, and economic diversity, together with local cultural heritage. All this to achieve in-depth, long-term recovery of the city and all its inhabitants. Therefore, the resilience of a city is based on its capacity not to leave behind groups that are considered most at risk because of economic, social, cultural, and linguistic factors.

A resilient city draws from the strength of all its inhabitants and grows out of the differences between them. Resilient cities understand and embody diversity as layers of strength from which to draw upon, both in routine times as well as in times of need (both natural and man-made disasters).

The challenge

Is the information system of our cities good enough to reach all the citizens?

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Key activities

Project activities start from the development of an online self-assessment tool

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Expected results

Improved capacity of European cities to protect their citizens

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Pilot Cities

A call for interest was launched to select 4 European pilot cities where the proposed approaches will be tested and implemented, with the direct support and expertise of project partners

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Documents & Resources

In this section you can find out more about documents, reports, tools and case studies related to the key topics of the AMARE-EU project

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Self-assessment tool

The AMARE-EU project is developing an online self-assessment tool to help cities test their capacity in fostering a culture of prevention in presence of multicultural societies

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