What is the Community of Practice?
RescueME’s Community of Practice (CoP) aims to gather international experts from policy, research, industry, and practice to exchange on topics of resilience, climate change adaptation, disaster risk management, heritage (landscape) management, and sustainable development.
The aim of the CoP is to foster exchange between experts from different fields, provide feedback for RescueME results to ensure broad applicability, and facilitate peer-to-peer learning between practitioners.
How does the CoP operate?
The members of the Community of Practice will gather regularly during online workshops of 2-4 hours. During these thematic workshops RescueME project partners and R-labscapes will give updates on their interventions, resilience strategy development, method, and tool progress, as well as other topics relevant to the workshop. The meetings will provide space for feedback, trialing RescueME results, as well as small-scale group exchanges for peer-to-peer exchange.
What are my benefits from joining the CoP?
Members of the CoP will receive early access to project results – via presentations and test access to result prototypes – and the possibility to exchange about ongoing developments in the fields of resilience, climate change adaptation, disaster risk management, heritage (landscape) management, and sustainable development with a larger group of international experts. This will include getting hands-on examples from cultural landscapes on how they applied RescueME results. In addition, external experts will receive the opportunity to showcase their work.
Who can join the CoP? And how?
The CoP can be joined by any expert from policy, research, industry, and practice with relevance to the topics of RescueME.
The first Community Conversation took place on October 26, 2023, and more are upcoming. Register above to stay up to date on further gatherings!
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