ASP is a Washington, DC based non-partisan non-profit organization dedicating to exploring the changing nature of national security.
The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) is a regional intergovernmental agency for disaster management in the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and comprises eighteen Participating States.
Center for the Study for Democracy (CSD) is a European public policy institute, which combines research excellence with advocacy for piloting social innovation and institutional reforms across several areas, including energy governance, energy security, energy transition, economic development, and innovation. CSD’s mission is building bridges between scholars and policy makers.
The goal of CSAC is to ensure that collaborative responses to climate change and insecurity are based on solid evidence and promote communication and exchange of research findings across policy, practice, and academic disciplines.
Maintaining its stand as an indispensable source of expertise and advice in the field of crisis management and disaster response is a top priority, and the Centre’s essential success indicators are the ability to establish and foster collaborative partnerships.
EDRC's aim is to contribute to the achievement of global sustainable development that is environmentally sound, socially just and respectful of cultural diversity. EDRC serves as the lead partner in Project CASA.
The European Institute of Peace designs and delivers sustainable peace processes and agreements. We provide practical experience, technical expertise and policy advice on conflict resolution.
FOGGS is a think-and-do tank, serving also as a research and ideas-generation centre, discussion forum, and advocacy mechanism on key issues of global governance, global sustainability, and global citizenship.
The vision of GMACCC is to be seen as an authoritative voice on the need for, and the nature of, action to be taken by the security community to reduce the risks posed to national security by a changing climate.
Every year, disasters and crises have devastating impacts on people, communities and entire societies around the world. The IFRC and our 191 National Societies respond to, and work to prevent or lessen the impacts of, all types of crises and disasters. We do so for all people, with a focus on supporting the most vulnerable. Our priorities are to save lives, reduce suffering and uphold human dignity.