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risk forecasting

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Risk and resilience in foreign policy

Written by Patryk Pawlak Graphics by Christian Dietrich The complexity of risks affecting the world is illustrated by the interconnected nature of conflicts, natural hazards, water shortages and state collapse. The current migratory challenge Europe is facing is yet more evidence that distance or the natural borders inherent in seas, mountains and deserts are of … Continue reading

Reforming the European Union Solidarity Fund

The EU Solidarity Fund (EUSF) was created in 2001 to enable the European Union (EU) to respond to major disasters (floods, earthquakes, severe droughts…) inside the EU and in countries involved in accession negotiations. Major disasters would be those causing damage estimated either at over EUR 3 000 000 000 in 2011 prices, or more … Continue reading

The future of the European Union Solidarity Fund

6 language versions available in PDF format Die Zukunft des Solidaritätsfonds der Europäischen Union El futuro del Fondo de Solidaridad de la UE L’avenir du Fonds de solidarité de l’Union européenne Il futuro del Fondo di solidarietà dell’Unione europea Przyszłość Funduszu Solidarności Unii Europejskiej The future of the European Union Solidarity Fund Over 11 years, … Continue reading

European Union Solidarity Fund

6 language versions available in pdf format Solidaritätsfonds der Europäischen Union Fondo de Solidaridad de la Unión Europea Fonds de solidarité de l’Union européenne Fondo di solidarietà dell’Unione europea Fundusz Solidarności Unii Europejskiej European Union Solidarity Fund In cases of major natural disasters, the European Union Solidarity Fund can finance part of the emergency operations. … Continue reading

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