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Centre for Integrated Research on Risk and Resilience


Key events held by CIRRR and its partners are detailed below, along with minutes and links where relevant. For further information please email members directly.

If you would to promote an event through CIRRR please email Michael Farrant.


Events Notebook

Migration and Resilience Workshop

Organised by Dr Helen Adams
Tuesday 30 and Wednesday 31 May 2017


Workshop held to discuss the intersections between migration and resilience. The way in which resilience can be used critically in the field of migration was the focus along with potential research agendas and outputs available from the integration.



Events Notebook

A new agenda on environmental security

Organised by Naho Mirumachi
Monday 3 April 2017


Environmental security research is taking a new direction in the Anthropocene era where human activities shape environmental processes. No longer is the debate only about the threats from the environment but also encompassing major global concerns that could impede stability and economic prosperity. This workshop intends to bring together academics, policy experts and professionals from the private sector to foster and shape a new agenda on environmental securities.

This workshop aimed to address key research questions, analytical lenses and data/information demands to understand environmental security

More info here & here



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UKADR (United Kingdom Alliance for Disaster Research) Annual Confrence

Hosted by CIRRR and IHRR (Insitute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience)
Monday 9 and Tuesday 10 January 2017


Conference theme: What are the areas of data, knowledge and capacity that research funders should prioritize to maintain UK’s international science leadership and responsibility under the Sendai Framework?

UKADR Conference Agenda and Logistics



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Mobility and resilience: Refugees and ethics of care

Friday 11 November 2016


Joint CIRRR-War Studies seminar to mark the launch of the photo exhibition: Humans of Calais: Migration from the Perspective of Migrants

More info here



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Understanding mobility and flows for human welfare in fragile zones

Organised by Dr Helen Adams

Thursday 14 July 2016


Four cross-cutting themes emerged from discussions:

  • Risk communication
  • Religion in creating resilience
  • Engaging the private sector
  • Ethics and methodologies 


Meeting minutes


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