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CRJ 15.1 is out now!

CRJ 15.1 is out now!

From today, subscribers will be able to view the latest edition and hard copies will be winging their way to their destinations early next week. Click to find out more about this month's articles

CRJ subscription discount - 20% off until the end of June

CRJ subscription discount - 20% off until the end of June

For any new individual subscribers or existing subscribers wishing to renew - we're in this together!

CRJ's Covid-19 resources page

CRJ's Covid-19 resources page

Experts, updates, advice and archive material on global health emergencies - updated several times a day. Click on image or headline to go straight to page

New partnership between Pix4D and CRJ

New partnership between Pix4D and CRJ

CRJ is pleased to announce its Key Network Partnership with Pix4D, the mapping and photogrammetry software expert

Milipol Qatar 2020

Milipol Qatar 2020

CRJ is pleased to be working with Milipol once again and registration is now open for this year's event

Adapting in an uncertain world

Adapting in an uncertain world

Evie Whatling and Gareth Black from Ricardo comment on how important it is for organisations to be able and prepared to adapt quickly as situations change and announce a series of free webinars to support businesses

The power of trusted voices online

The power of trusted voices online

In a time of crisis, people want to hear updates from people they trust. Kate Rawlins of Helpful Digital gives a plan for a trusted voices strategy

Major Events Summit goes virtual - with a discount available for CRJ readers!

Major Events Summit goes virtual - with a discount available for CRJ readers!

MEI has re-imagined its flagship event for this July and is offering CRJ readers a 20 per cent discount on registration fees

Calling all emergency planners!

Calling all emergency planners!

CRJ Key Network partner, the University of Wolverhampton, has an opportunity for a Senior Lecturer in Emergency Planning to join its ranks

Is it time to think about an inquiry? (The answer is: Yes)

Is it time to think about an inquiry? (The answer is: Yes)

Phil Trendall says that it is important to hold a public inquiry into the UK's response to the pandemic, but that this isn't necessarily a bad thing

CARICOM: Initial lessons from national responses to Covid-19

CARICOM: Initial lessons from national responses to Covid-19

Ronald Jackson, Executive Director of the CDEMA, outlines early lessons learned in the Caribbean region, lessons that are equally relevant elsewhere in the world

Supporting employees' wellbeing

Supporting employees' wellbeing

We are all confronting our own version of the Covid-19 crisis, writes occupational psychologist Helen Moore, who says that organisations need to consider this when reviewing strategies

Disaster Medicine: Having the knowledge is essential; the ability to share is crucial

Disaster Medicine: Having the knowledge is essential; the ability to share is crucial

Ayman Jundi from the University of Central Lancashire writes about his chosen career in medicine and he introduces a brand new course in Disaster Medicine

After Covid-19: Assessing domestic and international drivers of conflict

After Covid-19: Assessing domestic and international drivers of conflict

Abigail Watson from the Oxford Research Group says that dialogue at all levels is crucial to dispel fear and mistrust in fragile and conflict-affected states which have enforced severe restrictions

Free webinar programmes in security, corporate risk and crisis management

Free webinar programmes in security, corporate risk and crisis management

CRJ Advisory Panel Member, Dr David Rubens, has teamed up with Emirates Global Security to offer these webinar programmes

More pavement, more problems

More pavement, more problems

The hidden costs of urban expansion could include more annual flooding. The results of a new study demonstrate the cause-and-effect relationship

How near misses influence disaster decision-making

How near misses influence disaster decision-making

Understanding how near misses affect behaviour is vital to organisations responsible for informing the public about hazards writes Robin Dillon-Merrill

DRIVER+ project: Boosting crisis management, innovation and operational effectiveness

DRIVER+ project: Boosting crisis management, innovation and operational effectiveness

Free to all readers! An eight-page special report on the DRIVER+ project's achievements activities, results and enduring legacy