BSR-RNSS

Currently, in the field of civil security in the Baltic Sea Region, there is no common or standard mechanism to ensure the use of results from research to the fullest. This means that much of the output from extensive research projects is not reaching practitioners and is not contributing to saving human lives and valuable property. The project Baltic Sea Region (BSR) Research Network on Societal Security (BSR-RNSS), funded by the Swedish Institute, aims to address this issue.

Roadmap for societal security research in the Baltic Sea Region – on the way

On 27-28 March, in Warsaw, Poland The Main School of Fire Service (SGSP) hosted the 3rd meeting of the Baltic...

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Civil Protection Network Senior Experts met in Riga

On February 21-22, 2019 the Fire and Rescue Service of Latvia, current chair of the CBSS Civil Protection Network, hosted...

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BSR-RNSS 2nd meeting – bringing science closer to practitioners

Following the kick-off meeting in Stockholm, Baltic Sea Region Research Network on Societal Security (BSR-RNSS) met for the second time...

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University of Tromsø Societal Security Workshop

On 15-16 November this annual conference gathered researchers and affiliated organizations to discuss current issues in societal security research. Three...

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BSR-RNSS project kick-off: linking research results and end-users

Currently, in the field of civil security in the Baltic Sea Region, there is no common or standard mechanism to...

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New project will bring research results to practitioners

Currently, in the field of civil security in the Baltic Sea Region, there is no common or standard mechanism for...

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