IANUS was in Munich for the 7 & 8 of November, participating and co-leading the workshop on Vulnerability Assessment of PoW, hosted by the Bavarian University of Applied Sciences for Public Affairs (BayHfoD).
Participants comprised of partners of the SPIRIT EU Project as well as representatives from local stakeholders, including faith-leaders and LEA officers.
Each of the workshops is aimed at applying vulnerability assessment tools and gathering input on how to ameliorate the tools and the process, ultimately developing an Enhanced Vulnerability Assessment Methodology EVAM. In the case of the workshop by BayHfoD, the participants visited and assessed the Church of St. Mariä Himmelfahrt.