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Sweden’s wildfires of 2018

Sweden’s wildfires of 2018

Ulrika Lindmark discusses leadership and international collaboration during last year’s wildfire operations

Gatwick drone incursion

Gatwick drone incursion

This incident shows the difference between security and risk management, says David Rubens

Meeting the drone security challenge

Meeting the drone security challenge

Christopher Korody reviews the threat posed by small drones, looks at available technology and suggests ways to plan response

Social licence, resilience & social media

Social licence, resilience & social media

A brand’s social licence is a critical component to its survival today, says Emmanuelle Hervé

Deciding will be decisive

Deciding will be decisive

Response procedures and manuals may have reached their limitations in crisis communications, according to Patrick Meschenmoser

Cargo cults and the third sector

Cargo cults and the third sector

This commentary voices concerns about a minority of third sector organisations that have lost connection to their original purpose

Brazilian civil defence interview

Brazilian civil defence interview

Emily Hough speaks to Elton Cesar Cunha about his work in a small city on the Brazilian coast

Citizen behaviour and crises

Citizen behaviour and crises

Emily Hough interviews Dr Daniel Kaniewski, Deputy FEMA Administrator for Resilience

Resilient cities and states

Resilient cities and states

Dennis Davis contends that now is the time for an alternative view on the citizen-state relationship, with a paradigm shift being required

Preparing the public

Preparing the public

Christina Andersson outlines the thoughts behind the Swedish Government’s booklet If Crisis or War Comes

MH17: The station manager’s story

MH17: The station manager’s story

Wilfred Kreuger recounts dealing with the aftermath of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 being shot down

The heart of resilience

The heart of resilience

Eldred Willey calls for a positive attitude to recruiting or partnering with local people who have experienced trauma, as they can bring core resilience to the fi eld

Working with terror victims

Working with terror victims

Nicola Lester introduces a trauma informed model of practice to work with the victims of terrorist attacks, particularly in the immediate aftermath of an incident

Women in the war on counterfeiting

Women in the war on counterfeiting

We find out how two women work on the frontline in this area, as well as the far reaching effects of such criminal activities

Servant leadership for first responders

Servant leadership for first responders

Eric Russell provides some thoughts on the characteristics of first responders, and what sort of leadership they deserve to help them in their jobs

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