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Migrants do not have to drown, says volunteer SAR organisation

Migrants do not have to drown, says volunteer SAR organisation

On February 11, 2015, 300 migrants drowned at sea. Their flimsy rubber rafts supplied by smuggl...

Can you help this project to document the long-term impact of conflict?

Can you help this project to document the long-term impact of conflict?

A two-year project to document the long-term impact of conflict on communities around the world has ...

Pakistan: Unfulfilled promises... Baloch earthquake victims still await help

Pakistan: Unfulfilled promises... Baloch earthquake victims still await help

Seventeen months after an earthquake devastated the district of Awaran in Balochistan, promises of r...

CRJ preview: Enhanced situation awareness for complex disasters

CRJ preview: Enhanced situation awareness for complex disasters

A system combining the use of a Smart UAV, computer-based analysis and 3-D modeling has been develop...

Ban Ki-Moon: 'We can decide to end the age-old ills of extreme poverty and hunger

Ban Ki-Moon: 'We can decide to end the age-old ills of extreme poverty and hunger"

Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary General of the United Nations, shared his opinions on what is at stake, ahead...

Extrication blog: Managing risk

Extrication blog: Managing risk

Ian Dunbar, Rescue Consultant with Holmatro, shares his thoughts on managing risk in an extrication ...

Cyber response and protection: Some thoughts on recent hacks

Cyber response and protection: Some thoughts on recent hacks

Dr Dave Sloggett explores the wider implications of the alleged cyber-attack on the Sony Film Studio...

The world's water issue: An African analysis

The world's water issue: An African analysis

Water kills millions of people every year, says Paul Giraud, in the first of CRJ’s NextGen com...

Arson: A call to action

Arson: A call to action

Lee Howell outlines the key findings of a recently-released report assessing the impact of arson to ...

Implementing the HFA at a local level in Europe: Towards the Post-2015 Framework

Implementing the HFA at a local level in Europe: Towards the Post-2015 Framework

Patrícia Pires provides an overview local level resilience in Europe, and how priorities...

Working on the next global blueprint for action: The Third UN World Conference on DRR

Working on the next global blueprint for action: The Third UN World Conference on DRR

Paola Albrito looks forward to the Third UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction in Send...

CRJ Issue 10:2, Winter 2014

CRJ Issue 10:2, Winter 2014

The winter edition of the CRJ has now gone to press. This is what's inside... News: New Editorial A...

Exhibition shows how humans are transforming the planet

Exhibition shows how humans are transforming the planet

Can logging be beautiful? Seen from above, it creates the most delicate patterns, but the story behi...

Innovating frontline Fire & Rescue response

Innovating frontline Fire & Rescue response

The modern UK Fire & Rescue Service is about putting fires out, right? Well, not entirely, ...

CRJ Winter edition update

CRJ Winter edition update

We are working on the next issue of Crisis Response Journal, which is published in December. This is...

Natural Defence against Un-Natural Disaster

Natural Defence against Un-Natural Disaster

Every year storms, floods, droughts and other extreme events affect hundreds of millions of people a...

Strategic thinking in the face of Ebola

Strategic thinking in the face of Ebola

Patrick Lagadec, Former Senior Research Scientist at the Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France, and Mik...

The Family Meal - a UN World Food Programme & ECHO photo exhibition

The Family Meal - a UN World Food Programme & ECHO photo exhibition

In an attempt to explore the question of ‘What brings us together?’ photographer Chris T...

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