Equitable Systemic Design For Disaster Risk Reduction

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[Re]View and activate relevant interdisciplinary research literature, best practices, operational procedures, case studies, and other evidentiary sources from research and practice.

Reasons to Use:

    • Unsure what is reliable and actionable

    • Unaware of published research and practice

    • Unintegrated research and practice knowledge

    • Unanswered questions of fact about the problem

Outcomes of Success:

    • Consensus on reliable and actionable sources

    • Increased capacity to co-evaluate published knowledge

    • Identification & unpacking of evidence and uncertainties

    • Collective answers to questions of fact

Objectives of Process Steps:

1. Articulate the critical factual questions about the problem topics and specify criteria for judging the reliability of published knowledge

2. Gather published knowledge about the questions and collectively identify the most relevant and reliable sources

3. Explain the scholarly and practical meaning of the most relevant and reliable published knowledge

4. Come to a consensus on the research and practice evidence-base for the problem-solving process

Researchers and practitioners sharing collective knowledge in meeting

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