"Our partners provide vital expertise and collaboration opportunities to the NCR. Their governance aids in delivering our strategic objectives, while their seniority strengthens our influence on policy and practice. Together, we proactively build Scotland's resilience through knowledge exchange and interdisciplinary collaboration."

Ailsa Mackay, NCR Centre Manager

Our Partners

We work with a wide range of partners across Scotland and the UK with many of these organisations being represented on our Steering Group. We support the development of resilient communities in Scotland and this is only possible in partnership with others. Our partners include public bodies, academia and third-sector organisations. 

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Natural Hazards Partnership

The NHP provides information, advice and analysis to the government and emergency responders for preparation, response and review of natural hazards.

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The Met Office

The Meteorological Office or Met Office, is the United Kingdom's national weather service. They provide critical weather services and world-leading climate science.

The British Geological Survey

The British Geological Survey aims to advance geoscientific knowledge of the United Kingdom landmass and its continental shelf using surveying, monitoring and research.

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Scottish Flood Forum

The Scottish Flood Forum is an independent organisation which supports individuals and communities at risk from flooding.

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Scottish Environment Protection Agency

SEPA is Scotland's environmental regulator and national flood forecasting, flood warning and strategic flood risk management authority.

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The Scottish Government

The Scottish Government are our core funder.

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University of Glasgow

Our research centre is currently hosted within the University of Glasgow.

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ClimateXChange

ClimateXChange is Scotland's centre for climate expertise. They provide research, advice and analysis services to policy teams at the Scottish Government and associated agencies.

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Centre for Public Policy

The Centre for Public Policy works with the policy community to access expertise, evidence, and to devise the right tools to find solutions to the challenges they face.

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East of Scotland Regional Resilience Partnership (EoS RRP)

The East of Scotland RRP comprises organisations that are legally required to prepare for, respond to and recover from major disruptions and emergencies in the East of Scotland region. The partnership works to enhance the safety and resilience of the region and its communities.

West of Scotland Regional Resilience Partnership (WoS RRP)

The West of Scotland RRP comprises organisations that are legally required to prepare for, respond to and recover from major disruptions and emergencies in the East of Scotland region. The partnership works to enhance the safety and resilience of the region and its communities.

North of Scotland Regional Resilience Partnership (NoS RRP)

The North of Scotland RRP comprises organisations that are legally required to prepare for, respond to and recover from major disruptions and emergencies in the East of Scotland region. The partnership works to enhance the safety and resilience of the region and its communities.

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United Kingdom Alliance for Disaster Research

The primary motivation for the UK Alliance for Disaster Research (UKADR) is to bring together the UK's rich and diverse disaster research community. Facilitating collaboration and partnership to aid representation of the research community at government level in the UK, and, where appropriate, help with the implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction.

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Global Alliance of Disaster Research Institutes

Established in March 2015 as an outcome of the 2nd Global Summit of Research Institutes for Disaster Risk Reduction, GADRI is a collaborative platform for discussion, sharing knowledge and promoting networks on topics related to disaster risk reduction and resilience to disasters.

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