Civil Protection

Civil society, activists, experts, scientists, and politicians have a great responsibility in the event of an emergency, whether it be an accident, disaster, public health threat, general threat, or natural disaster. Being competent in protecting the population from the effects of such events means being able to carry out specific management, coordination, and communication activities.

It is important to understand that the ability to deal with such events depends on timely and comprehensive analysis of risks, capacities and resources, preparedness, proper management during crisis, and recovery. It is important to note that every extraordinary event is a trigger of secondary risks. Therefore, the actions of competent persons must take into account complex impacts, detailed evaluation, and reduction of impacts for individual groups, vulnerable persons, basic infrastructures, and objects of socio-economic life. Our team has experience in organizing and implementing studies, research, and gap analysis in the field of migration, economic and regional development, social dialogue, population security, humanitarian aid, and crisis management.

Our members and supporters are humanitarian activists, experts in IT security and climate change, development cooperation, civil protection, security measures, and police officers. We also explore civil protection technologies and solutions for resilient cities, civil security, drug prevention, responder preparedness, and first aid. We work on developing technological solutions to increase the environmental, public, and technological safety of citizens.

We are also working with a team of scientists to develop technologies to monitor illegal crimes related to public health and safety in residential areas of cities and towns. We have experience in implementing projects and public