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CRJ 14:3 out now!

CRJ 14:3 out now!

This edition covers natural hazards, governance, extremism, community and public issues, human factors and leadership, corporate resilience, technology and kidnap, extortion and ransom

Launch of Crisis Response Journal Village & Conference at International Disaster Response Expo

Launch of Crisis Response Journal Village & Conference at International Disaster Response Expo

Delighted to announce we are helping with the content of the IDR Summit and organising a CRJ conference in December!

More than 100 presenters and panellists announced for Commercial UAV Expo Americas

More than 100 presenters and panellists announced for Commercial UAV Expo Americas

The expo, taking place this October, has an extensive list of experts scheduled to speak on key issues related to unmanned aircraft systems

Stakeholder mapping: Untangling problems before, during and after a crisis

Stakeholder mapping: Untangling problems before, during and after a crisis

Allowing teams to anticipate and mitigate stakeholder actions is crucial to effective crisis management. Caroline Sapriel of CS&A International reports how its new tool can help

Major incident management: A lawyer's view

Major incident management: A lawyer's view

CRJ Key Network Partner, the University of Wolverhampton, hosted solicitor advocate Mark Scoggins this September. He presented his views from the legal perspective of incident management. Claire Sanders reports

The world must redouble efforts to meet SDGs

The world must redouble efforts to meet SDGs

A new UN report on SDGs progress states that the world is at risk of being ‘altered beyond recognition’ through failures to act and collaborate

The danger of heat and cold across Australia

The danger of heat and cold across Australia

Research from the University of Technology Sydney aims to investigate the impact of climate change on mortality across six different climate zones

CRJ welcomes Dr Peter Patel to its Advisory Panel

CRJ welcomes Dr Peter Patel to its Advisory Panel

Dr Patel is founder and International Director of Faculty of Disaster Medicine and we are delighted he is bringing his expertise to the CRJ Advisory Panel

Take part in a survey on managing security risks in humanitarian operations

Take part in a survey on managing security risks in humanitarian operations

The European Interagency Security Forum (EISF) has launched a survey as part of its new research project

Drones document widespread damage and devastation across Northern Bahamas

Drones document widespread damage and devastation across Northern Bahamas

Emergency management teams and all-hazards professionals collaborate to map the destruction of Hurricane Dorian and combine their relief and aid efforts

Slovenian diplomat takes charge of European Commission’s Crisis Management portfolio

Slovenian diplomat takes charge of European Commission’s Crisis Management portfolio

President-elect Ursula von der Leyen has presented her team and the new structure of the next European Commission

The Amazon Apocalypse?

The Amazon Apocalypse?

What is the truth behind this year’s fires in the Amazon? Elton Cunha, based in Brazil, unpicks the tangle of misinformation, finding that the facts are serious enough not to need embellishment

CRJ welcomes Chloe Demrovsky to its Advisory Panel

CRJ welcomes Chloe Demrovsky to its Advisory Panel

Chloe is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Disaster Recovery Institute International, the non-profit that helps organisations prepare for and recover from disasters in business continuity and related fields

Gaining new perspectives on using social media during terrorist attacks

Gaining new perspectives on using social media during terrorist attacks

Research has revealed how crisis managers use private chats and a wide range of commercial apps to communicate during a terrorist incident, reporting issues of reliability of information, data privacy and telecom infrastructure

Africa on the brink of polio eradication

Africa on the brink of polio eradication

After three years without a case of wild poliovirus, Nigeria, the last country in Africa in which the disease is endemic, is finalising the steps to becoming a polio free country

Lack of cybersecurity investments in smart cities will result in IoT vulnerabilities

Lack of cybersecurity investments in smart cities will result in IoT vulnerabilities

A new study predicts that some sectors such as healthcare, energy and public security will be under threat if investments are not made in the critical infrastructure of cybersecurity

Meeting on terrorism in urban areas - European Security Week is announced

Meeting on terrorism in urban areas - European Security Week is announced

The First Annual meeting of the PACTESUR (Protect Allied Cities against TErrorism in Securing Urban aReas)project took place in Gdansk, Poland, in early July 2019. Lina Kolesnikova reports

Taming crises - a sneak preview of what's being planned for CRJ 14:4...

Taming crises - a sneak preview of what's being planned for CRJ 14:4...

It’s early days yet in the production of the next edition of the Crisis Response Journal, which is published in October, but we already have a great line-up of articles and themes, writes Emily Hough