Warning Briefing Note Series
UCL Warning Research Center, supported by the Global Disaster Preparedness Center/IFRC and in collaboration with the Anticipation Hub, launches the ‘Warning Briefing Note Series’ that addresses key aspects of warnings, covering state-of-the-art, key issues, examples, resources and recommendations to aid those working on policy and practice.
- Enhancing Warnings – Developing and supporting effective warnings
- Inclusive Warnings – Involving everyone in warning processes
- Infectious Disease Warnings – Multi-sectoral integration
- Early Warning Systems for Landslides: The necessity of a systematic and bottom-up approach
- The First Mile of Warnings: Placing people first
- Common Alerting Protocol (CAP): Standards-based, all-hazards, all-media public alerting
- Community and Impact-Based Warnings
- Warnings in Violence and Conflict
- Community-Based Early Warning Systems
- False Alarms and Near Misses
- Multi-hazard Early Warning Systems
Please also see this blog post on ‘How to create effective and inclusive early warnings: 11 recommendations from research’ as a summary of the available briefing notes.