CRJ 14:4 - coming soon!
Leadership, oversight, surveillance, turbulent times of crisis - this issue's cover encapsulates many of the edition's themes...
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!
Creative agency helps to deliver environmental message to children
A new film has been released by a global creative agency that aims to raise awareness in young children about the state of the planet's oceans
Seventh EOD/IED and Countermine Symposium
Taking place this November, this year's symposium aims to provide participants with networking opportunities and insight into countermine technologies
When disaster strikes, how can you keep your staff safe?
It is so important for organisations to have plans in place for their employees' safety. Alan Coulter of StaySafe explains why and offers a solution
Opening conference speakers announced for Milipol Paris 2019
More details have been announced in the run up to the 21st Milipol Paris event, including details of two speakers internationally renowned for their work in the fight against terrorism
Do we need a bodyguard for Truth?
Matt Minshall, CRJ Advisory Panel member, explores whether the truth should be treated with more respect universally, particularly in regards to manipulation of the right to Freedom of Speech
India and China are top hot spots of antimicrobial resistance in animals
Findings suggest that increased antimicrobial resistance in livestock and poultry is reducing the efficacy of vital antibiotics in humans
IPCC Special Report released on the future of our ocean and cryosphere
The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change calls for unprecedented changes in all aspects of society and it urges immediate and decisive action
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Emergency management teams and all-hazards professionals collaborate to map the destruction of Hurricane Dorian and combine their relief and aid efforts
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