First meeting of the TPCL project focused on the crisis management lifecycle

The first online joint meeting of the TPCL project praticipants featured two field experts who highlighted systemic crisis management and its lifecycle.
During the meeting, crisis researcher Hannes Nagel (Estonia) provided a brief introduction to the fundamentals of post-crisis management using the Australian (issue and crisis management relational) model developed in 2007. Furthermore, we were fortunate to have Lina Ringberg from Malmö City (Sweden) as the civil contingency planner, who shared valuable insights into the local government level crisis management process, emphasising the importance of trust, culture, and context. 
Our next meeting is scheduled for April 17, and for the upcoming session, we also gave some homework to the participants so they could take some time to consider the following questions within the context of their organisation:
  • When the active crisis management phase ends, is there an established process in place to review what went well and what didn’t?
  • From your perspective, what are the primary challenges that hinder learning from crises?
  • What is the most significant lesson you’ve learned about crisis management, whether from a specific incident or a broader perspective?
These insights and perspectives, as unique contributions, will be discussed at the next meeting, which is an important part of the collaborative learning journey.
🟧 Malmö University is the main partner of the TPCL project, which main activities will be carried out within spring 2024. The project is funded by the Swedish Institute.

Photo: first online meeting, April 3 (Crisis Research Centre, 2024).

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