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Daring to be different

Daring to be different

Kirsty McKinlay-Stewart says that now is the time to tell as many people as possible how CRJ, together with its international family of experts, can work together, navigating the choppy waters of crises as we go

Closing the gap

Closing the gap

Robert Fagan explores how the concept of operationalising resilience helps first responders to be ready for the impact and surge of an event in the face of acute stress and trauma

Community cohesion

Community cohesion

Dennis Davis examines how a disenfranchised and vulnerable community has evolved with cohesion and solidarity after the Grenfell Tower fi re

Growing resilience

Growing resilience

Emily Hough speaks to Deborah Higgins, Head of the UK Cabinet Office Emergency Planning College, to discover her views on resilience, leadership and communities

Cascading consequences

Cascading consequences

Donya Hajializadeh announces a predictive model that uses resilience-driven decisions to provide key hazard scenarios for use in consequence planning and risk management

Committing to change

Committing to change

Rade Rajkovchevski and Zoran Dorevski look at Skopje’s involvement in an urban resilience project that seeks to mitigate city risks in the face of climate change

Rohingya refugee crisis

Rohingya refugee crisis

James McArthur and Jörg Szarzynski look at how geospatial technology is helping to make refugee camps safer

Psychosocial care in Syria

Psychosocial care in Syria

Erika Wichro says that creative thinking, problem solving, inclusive dialogue, trust, capacity, resilience building, accelerated holistic healing and reconstruction are vital to ensure no one is left behind

Closure after disasters

Closure after disasters

Jay Levinson and Abraham Domb look at helping bereaved people who have lost their loved ones in mass casualty disasters

Maritime urban disaster response

Maritime urban disaster response

Brittany L Card and David P Polatty contend that naval forces will increasingly play a critical role in supporting response activities in major disasters

Globalism and world security

Globalism and world security

Globalism is essential to make the world a safer place, says Monique M Chouraeshkenazi, but more work is needed

Situational prevention

Situational prevention

Brian Dillon explains that situational prevention should be considered for more than target hardening

Hybrid warfare as a societal threat

Hybrid warfare as a societal threat

We are seeing symptoms of a new societal security environment, according to Ørjan Karlsson

Societal resilience and malicious actors

Societal resilience and malicious actors

Christo Motz interviews Itay Gil on public preparedness for terrorist and marauding firearms attacks

False alarms and mass alerts

False alarms and mass alerts

What happens when mass warning messages are made in error, or are deliberately faked? Lina Kolesnikova investigates

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