Critical Management Network Sees 700 Members, Content Increase
Thursday, March 26, 2020 | Comments

About 700 individuals have registered as members of the Crisis Management Innovation Network Europe (CMINE), a pan-European platform to foster knowledge sharing and cooperation. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the network is a platform to stimulate discussion between actors of the crisis management community and has seen a significant increase in content and other exchanges between members during recent weeks.

CMINE is managed by partners of the DRIVER+ project, but it will continue after the project finishes in April. Members plan to keep the momentum going until the network becomes bigger and self-sufficient.

The network is used mainly in Europe but its members are from all over the world. The latest DRIVER+ event was in February, and more information on CMINE is here.

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