TESEV aims to strengthen disaster management at national and local level within the framework of democratic governance and sustainability principles, processes and policies in order to reduce disaster risks. For this purpose, it provides policy recommendations based on scientific findings through studies that support the cooperation and participation of central government, local government, civil society, academia and private sector. In this context, TESEV carries out the following studies:

Use of Data for Disaster Risk Reduction and emergencies, sharing, open data and risk communication

Participatory, community-oriented digital or offline methods and tools for disaster risk reduction and emergencies

Roles of different stakeholders in disaster management, their co-operation and reactions to crises

Earthquakes with their legal, administrative and legislative frameworks

Go to Top