Emergency Management for All is a research program that aims to amplify the voices of socially vulnerable groups affected by disasters, with the goal of maximizing the impact that emergency management can have on communities.  It applies a broad and holistic understanding of Disaster and Emergency Management (DEM), and sheds light on the lived experiences of diverse groups impacted by natural and human-made hazards. 

EMforAll’s current focus is on developing social counter measures to mitigate the impact of stigmatization on both emergency management professionals and the people that they serve during emergencies. This work is being undertaken in two phases:

Click here to participate in our work on setting a Stigma-Focused Agenda for Emergency Management.