The Crisis Resilience Academy works together with professional and practitioners organizations, both in education and research (co-production of knowledge):

National Crisis Management and Governance Organizations:
– Veiligheidsregio’s (Dutch Safety Regions): VR Amsterdam-Amstelland; VR Noord-Holland Noord; VR Groningen, VR Utrecht, VR Rotterdam-Rijnmond; VR Gelderland-Midden; VR Gelderland-Zuid; VR Brabant-Noord; VR Brabant-Zuidoost; VR Zuid Limburg; Acute Zorgregio Oost
– Instituut Fysieke Veiligheid, Netherlands Institute for Safety (IFV)
– National Police, Landelijk Operationeel Centrum (DLOC)
– Gemeente Amsterdam

International Humanitarian Response Organizations:
Oxfam Novib
Save the Children
The Netherlands Red Cross
Project Hope
KUNO: Platform for Humanitarian Knowledge Exchange

Universities and Knowledge Institutes (selection)

– United Nations University, Bonn – Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS).
– University of the Free State, South Africa – Disaster Management Training and Education Centre for Africa (DiMTEC)
– University of Delaware, USA – Disaster Research Center (DRC)
– University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign, USA – the Illinois Fire Service Institute (IFSI)
– University of Leiden, Campus Den Haag; University of Technology Delft; Utrecht University; Erasmus University – International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)
– Instituut Fysieke Veiligheid, Netherlands Institute for Safety (IFV)
– The Netherlands Organisation for applied scientific research TNO
– The International Association Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM)

Private Consultants:
Peak & Valley

Partners in European projects

EU H2020 LINKS project: Københavns Universitet – Denmark; Københavns Professionshøjskole – Denmark; Frederiksberg Kommune – Denmark; Hovedstadens Beredskab – Denmark; Università degli Studi di Firenze – Italy; Save the Children Italia – Italy; Link Campus University – Italy; Provincia di Terni – Servizio Protezione Civile – Italy; Safety Innovation Center e.V. – Germany; Deutsche Hochschule Der Polizei – Germany; Sitech Services of Chemelot – Netherlands; Veiligheidsregio Zuid-Limburg – The Netherlands; Federation of the European Union Fire Officer Associations – Luxembourg; Disaster Preparedness and Prevention Initiative for South Eastern Europe – Bosnia and Herzegovina; European Organisation for Security – Belgium; Center for Resilient Design, Kobe University – Japan.

EU H2020 CORONAVIRUS HERoS project: Hanken School of Economics – Finland; Delft University of Technology – the Netherlands; The Open University – the UK; Nordic Healthcare Group – Finland; CBK Space Research Centre of Polish Academy of Sciences – Poland; Squadron – Poland; PCPM Polish Center for International Aid – Poland; ARTTIC Management and Consultancy; The Italian Red Cross – Italy; Project HOPE China.

Research Funding Institutes:
– EU Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Program for Research and Innovation (H2020)
– The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)
– National Research Foundation South Africa (NRF)
– Next Generations Infrastructures (NGI)
– Amsterdam Sustainability Institute (ASI)
– Network Institute VU (NI)
– EU: Joint Research Center, Ispra (JRC)
– EU: COST Action