Four Observers at the LÜKEX Exercise 2010

Civil Safety and Security

Four Observers at the LÜKEX Exercise 2010
Image: Mareike Mähler

FinkA is partner in several project consortia on the domain of civil safety and security. Here, FinkA’s focus lies on the psychological, cultural, and societal dimensions of safety and security and related technological developments.

Analysis of action requirements in critical situations, inter-organizational co-operation and communication, design and evaluation of behavioral interventions, requirements analysis and evaluation of technical developments are some of the project tasks FinkA deals with.

Joint Research Projects (external funding):

LaBS (2020-2023) Show content
EKOS (2016-2021) Show content
PSAWaP/SAWaB (2018-2020) Show content

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INVOLVE (2015-2018) Show content

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EvAFüPSNV (2013-2016) Show content

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OrGaMIR and OrGaMIRPLUS (2008-2013) Show content

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SpeedUp (2009-2012) Show content

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Other Projects, Reports and Publications:

  • Ines Kranert (2017). Structural frameworks to the development of unbound voluntary commitment – A comparative analysis between local associations of the Red Cross in Germany and Sweden. (in German: Strukturelle Rahmenbedingungen zur Entstehung ungebundenen, freiwilligen Engagements – Eine vergleichende Analyse zwischen Ortsverbänden des Roten Kreuzes in Deutschland und Schweden.) – unpublished Master's Thesis, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena.
  • Dietrich, Juliane (2016). A question of honor: An empirical study on the motivation of Korean migrants to volunteer in Germany. (in German: (K)eine Frage der Ehre: Eine empirische Untersuchung zur Motivation koreanischer Migranten, sich freiwillig in Deutschland zu engagieren.) – unpublished Master's Thesis, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena.
  • Kranich, Ph., Preuß, K. & Stein, A.-M. (2014). Development of a combination tool for the assessment of emergency staff training exercises at the Academy for Crisis Management, Emergency planning and Civil Security (in German: AKNZ – Entwicklung eines kombinierten Werkzeugs zur Bewertung von Stabsübungen an der Akademie für Krisenmanagement, Notfallplanung und Zivilschutz.). Unpublished P5-Project Report. Friedrich-Schiller University, Jena.
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