European and Mediterranean Major Hazards Agreement
EUR-OPA Major Hazards Agreement is a platform for co-operation in the field of major natural and technological disasters. Its field of competence covers the major natural and technological disasters - knowledge, prevention, risk management, post-crisis analysis and rehabilitation. Read more about EUR-OPA Agreement >>
From Advocacy to Action: building more disaster resilient societies in Europe and the Mediterranean region
The 13th Ministerial Session of EUR-OPA hosted by the Portuguese Ministry of Internal Affairs...
20 June 2016
“Disaster risk management policy and practice need to adjust to the much greater mobility of...
Paris, France 7 June 2016
The Committee of Permanent Correspondents held its 68th meeting on 7 June 2016 in Paris (France)....
What we do
The EUR-OPA Major Hazards Agreement aims to reinforce and to promote co-operation between Member States in a multi-disciplinary context to ensure better prevention, protection against risks and better preparation in the event of major natural or technological disasters.
The EUR-OPA Major Hazards Agreement will present the results of his work on Migrants, asylum seekers and refugees in the context of Major risks prevention and management during a Conference on 14 October 2016 in Lisbon (Portugal). Read more about the event and the project >>>