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Communication in disasters

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Communication plays an important part in preparing for, responding to and in the aftermath of a disaster. During this session, an overview of what constitutes as the ideal strategy for risk communication will be outlined through a series of top tips. This will be followed by presentations on the practical realities of these principles, including examples of communication strategies being implemented in the field, and a discussion about social media companies’ role in overcoming issues of misinformation in an emergency.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Disaster Research Network series.

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