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In this section you will find documents, reports, tools and case studies related to the key topics of the AMARE-EU project, i.e. how to enhance city resilience in a multicultural environment.

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Guidelines to protect migrants in countries experiencing conflict or natural disaster
AUTHOR: Divers
YEAR: 2014
ABSTRACT: Launched in May 2014 at the Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) in Stockholm, following a call for action during the 2013 UN General Assembly High-level Dialogue on International Migration and Development, the MICIC Initiative is a governmentled...
Adapting Local Evacuation Plans To Better Account For Migrants And Their Needs
Lai-momo Cooperativa Social Bologna Sasso Marconi
AUTHOR: MICIC Secretariat
YEAR: 2017
ABSTRACT: This tool was compiled to assist emergency management actors at national and local levels in factoring in migrant populations in their crisis evacuation plans. Evacuations are a key measure to reduce the impact of natural and man-made hazards. Moving out of an area at risk or affected by a hazard, whether before or after its occurrence, can greatly reduce losses in emergencies...
The ECCAR Toolkit for Equality
The ECCAR Toolkit by Laimomo
AUTHOR: ECCAR
YEAR: 2016
ABSTRACT: Why should local governments act promoting equality? Why is anti-discrimination policy at the local level important? How should inequalities be identified, and their relevance assessed from a human rights perspective? What goals should be pursued? What topics can be addressed? How can challenges in planning...
Assisting Migrants in Emergencies. Recommended actions for inclusive provision of emergency services.
Assisting Migrants in Emergencies. Recommended actions for inclusive provision of emergency services.
AUTHOR: MICIC Secretariat
YEAR: 2017
ABSTRACT: This checklist is designed to help emergency service providers assess some of the main challenges they may encounter when providing key services in communities that host migrant populations, and identify actions they can take to overcome such barriers and provide more inclusive emergency assistance. It is designed for emergency management agencies and other actors....
Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction
AUTHOR: Rajib Shaw
YEAR: 2016
ABSTRACT: Community-based approaches existed even before the existence of the state and its formal governance structure. People and communities used to help and take care of each other’s disaster needs. However, due to the evolution of state governance, new terminology of community-based disaster risk reduction (CBDRR) has been coined to help communities in an organized way...

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Here you will find the official deliverables, reports and materials produced within the AMARE-EU project, including our leaflet, e-newsletters and videos.

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(ENG) Amare Leaflet

The resiliency of a city is its capacity to respond to difficulties, emergencies, or stressful events positively and constructively. 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 tested on its capacity not to leave behind groups that are considered most at risk because of economic, social, cultural, and linguistic factors.

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