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Cutting 'fake news' down to size

Cutting 'fake news' down to size

Fake news is neither new, nor as widespread as many might believe, according to Alasdair Dick and Kate Rawlins, who say the bigger issue is that of misleading content

Fake news and the art of war

Fake news and the art of war

With physical objects, the ability to detect fakes is supported by trademarks or testing marks. When it comes to propaganda, there is no such source of truth, says David Stewart

Surviving a terrorist attack

Surviving a terrorist attack

Nils Petter Reinholdt presents work carried out with a group of survivors of the Utoya attack in Norway, both in the immediate aftermath and in the longer term

Psychological first aid for migrants

Psychological first aid for migrants

Emily Hough speaks to Alessandro Dibenedetto, a psychologist with the NGO Emergency, who works with newly-arrived immigrants in Italian ports in Sicily, and who emphasises the importance of early intervention

Normal reactions to abnormal events

Normal reactions to abnormal events

Working on the consequences of trauma in society, especially after conflict and war, is more challenging than working with individuals, according to Larissa Sotieva, who draws on her experience in Ukraine

Intergenerational trauma

Intergenerational trauma

Intergenerational trauma is an unspeakable pandemic that is plaguing many communities, whether in war torn countries or poverty struck urban neighbourhoods. How do we address this? Nadia Elkarra investigates

Mental wellbeing in the workplace

Mental wellbeing in the workplace

Charlotte Copeland examines the re-emergence of psychological debriefi ng as an effective method for mitigating the after-effects of shock and trauma for employees

Children and disaster resilience

Children and disaster resilience

It is vital to talk more about emergency response and resilience with children, who are one of the most under-represented voices in resilience and emergency planing, according to Laurie Gale and Kelsey Smith

Blue whale challenge: Reality or myth?

Blue whale challenge: Reality or myth?

Patrick McIlwee investigates the facts and realities of websites that groom and encourage vulnerable youngsters to harm themselves, then post images of the self harm online, exploring whether this phenomenon is fact or fiction

Drug abuse: Tackling the source

Drug abuse: Tackling the source

The escalating opioid epidemic in many countries is considered by some to be a clear threat to societal resilience. Lina Kolesnikova looks at how this could be addressed

Gender parity in BCM

Gender parity in BCM

Chloe Demrovsky presents research that looks at the needs, interests and challenges of women in the field of business continuity management

Planning to fail?

Planning to fail?

This article by Stuart Hughes illustrates some of the factors that lead to organisations failing to respond to crises successfully

Infrastructure crisis warnings

Infrastructure crisis warnings

Tony Jaques outlines how a number of warning signs were ignored before the 2017 fuel crisis in Auckland, New Zealand

Community in disaster response

Community in disaster response

Jay Levinson and Abraham 'Avi' Domb describe an organisation in Israel that makes resources available to responders and disaster victims

Innovation awards in Paris

Innovation awards in Paris

CRJ reports on the winners of the inaugural Milipol international innovation awards

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