CRHNet Objectives

The primary objectives of the CRHNet are to:

  • Initiate the development of a Canadian inter-disciplinary and cross-sectoral network of researchers, academics and practitioners to enhance understanding of emergency management in all dimensions and help build Canadian capacity to deal effectively with threats and consequences from all hazards.
  • Create a Canadian annual forum for dialogue focusing on disaster risk reduction and facilitate policy formulation and adoption of best practices in Canada.
  • Provide a Canadian venue to learn from the experiences of other countries by inviting internationally reputed scholars, practitioners, and participants to the Symposium and to share Canadian experience and efforts in disaster reduction.

Vision

CRHNet envisions a disaster and climate resilient Canada.

Mission
CRHNet brings together the disaster risk management community to increase resiliency through the transfer of knowledge, the building of relationships, and the exchange of best practices.

Values
Collaboration, Innovation, Inspiration, Diversity, Integrity, Respect, Transparency

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At the end of #EmergencyPreparednessWeek, there is no better time to announce the winners of the 2021 CRHNet Awards. All of the winners this year, (and every year) are an inspiration and example of the passion that many in our fields have.

We will be sharing their accomplishments over the next week and clips from the Awards Recognition as well as updates in the next #haznet issue

Congratulations to the winners and those that nominated them.
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At the end of #EmergencyPreparednessWeek, there is no better time to announce the winners of the 2021 CRHNet Awards. All of the winners this year, (and every year) are an inspiration and example of the passion that many in our fields have.  

We will be sharing their accomplishments over the next week and clips from the Awards Recognition as well as updates in the next #HazNet issue

Congratulations to the winners and those that nominated them.
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Haznet's latest issue, HOPE is now available. Through features, interviews, practice, and research, this issue focuses on the concept of HOPE from the perspectives of #emergencymanagers, #risk and #resilience academics and practitioners and front line #responders. Link in bio!

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