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The Impact of conflicts on Data Sharing for Disaster Risk Reduction

Abstract

Cross-border regions are particularly exposed to hazards and require cooperation for Disaster Risk Reduction(DRR). Accordingly, multiple countries have been investing in technology and jointly innovate to share andprocess data against disasters. However, these countries’ capacity to share data depends on the history and thecontext of the border itself. Going further, conflicts between countries – may they be past, present or future - canradically question and endanger collaborative efforts to share data for DRR. This collaborative research, involvinga cohort of master students and an NGO, explores the influence of conflicts on data sharing and cooperation forDRR. Still in progress, this research examines how conflicts affect data sharing and how DRR actors managethem. It is based on exploratory archive analysis of three distinct cases of cross-border DRR collaboration withinthe EU borders, as well as experts and actors interviewing. Preliminary findings reveal that conflicts affect DRRat three levels: i) actors, ii) interactions with DRR actors, iii) relations between local DRR actors and institutions.The expected contribution of this research is theoretical, practical and pedagogical.
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hal-04513004 , version 1 (20-03-2024)

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Anouck Adrot, Mercedes Aguerre. The Impact of conflicts on Data Sharing for Disaster Risk Reduction. 20th International ISCRAM Conference, 2023, Omaha, United States. pp.11. ⟨hal-04513004⟩
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