II International Conference Risks, Security and Citizenship
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Themes
The second International Conference on Risks, Security and Citizenship will develop in several sessions, oriented by the 5 axes of the event:
NATURAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL RISKS
Hazards identification and risk analysis methodologies; risk tolerance and assessment criteria; treatment and risk communication; risks versus benefits; specific risks (dams, ports, airports, hazard goods transport…); risks associated to transboundary rivers; technological risks following natural events (Natech); mitigations of natural, technological and Natech risks; the role of assessment and risk management in the security, wellbeing and resilience of communities; models, advantages and constrains in cooperation between neighborhood jurisdictions in natural and technological risk management; practical cases of natural and technological risk management.
SOCIAL RISKS
Causes causing migration (economical, environmental, political…); implications of mass movements in host countries (economy, social impact in communities…); positive impacts of migration; migration consequences for the European space focusing in the following threats:
a)Infiltration of potential terrorists (lone wolfs or networks);
b)Dissemination and contamination of diseases from escape zones,
endangering public health;

c)Creation of sexual and slavery traffic or exploration networks;
d)Conflicts with local populations due to search for goods and services;
e)Ethnic and religious conflicts in welcoming countries;
f)Pressures in the economic and social protection systems
PEOPLE SECURITY
Public spaces, critical infrastrutures and urban security; video vigilance and recognition software’s; big data analysis; interdependency of security components; social networks and privacy; security as right and liberty; proximity policing; cyberspace and cibersecurity; emergency management organization.
CLIMATE CHANGE
Climate change and disaster risk; mitigation and local and regional climate change adaptation; environmental citizenship; sea rise level and coastal zones impacts; objectives for sustainable development; principles, priorities and goals set by the Sendai Framework.
KNOWLEDGE
Scientific knowledge networks; citizen’s capacitation; promotion of collaborative laboratories; companies/universities partnerships.
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