CBRNe toolkit for policy makers: integrating vulnerable groups in preparedness and response

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Our first policy brief is now available!

EU Member States lack a clear and coordinated approach to enhance societal preparedness and response to CBRNe (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and explosive) events that integrate the needs of vulnerable individuals. Based on preliminary results from the EU H2020 funded PROACTIVE project (Preparedness against CBRNe threats through common Approaches between security praCTItioners and the VuleranblE civil society), this policy brief recommends that EU policy makers should facilitate the development of coherent, evidenced-based guidance documents that include the needs of vulnerable citizens in three stages (before, during and after the event).Read more here:thumbnail of PROACTIVE – Policy Brief Digital – 20220404