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Attacks on health carers in danger zones

Attacks on health carers in danger zones

Hospitals, ambulances and healthcare workers are coming under increasing attack as they tend to the ...

Managing urban recovery: policy, planning, concepts and cases

Managing urban recovery: policy, planning, concepts and cases

Recovery after a major disaster is often overlooked - after the heroic rescues, the tales of human s...

'Self-reliance, resilience and survival during a crisis' Part III

'Self-reliance, resilience and survival during a crisis' Part III

Editorial Advisory Panel Member Christo Motz covers the military urban survival course he attended f...

Self-reliance, resilience and survival during a crisis PART II

Self-reliance, resilience and survival during a crisis PART II

Editorial Advisory Panel Member Christo Motz provides a further update on his work in survival and c...

Recovery, E-learning and strategic leadership - Editorial Board Member update

Recovery, E-learning and strategic leadership - Editorial Board Member update

Andy Marshall, Director of Civil Contingencies for Staffordshire, UK, writes: Staff at the Civil Con...

Self-reliance, resilience and survival during a crisis

Self-reliance, resilience and survival during a crisis

Editorial Advisory Panel Member, Christo Motz, provides us with an update of his travels and work in...

Essential reading - Dr Jay Levinson reviews a book on the December 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami

Essential reading - Dr Jay Levinson reviews a book on the December 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami

The Indian ocean tsunami – the global response; reviewed by Dr Jay Levinson, Adj. Professor at...

Social media in crises - a force for good or bad?

Social media in crises - a force for good or bad?

There’s a lively discussion going on at CRJ’s LinkedIn Group at the moment, revolving ...

CRJ August issue

CRJ August issue

We're putting the finishing touches to the August issue of Crisis Response Journal. The main feature...

Volcanic disruption - learning from last year's experience

Volcanic disruption - learning from last year's experience

As CRJ went to press last week, news began to emerge of the Grimsvötn volcanic eruption in Icel...

Resilience: Taking the wider view

Resilience: Taking the wider view

Resilience is often seen by some through the lens of how many fire tenders or ambulances can be depl...

Events - Counter Terror Expo

Events - Counter Terror Expo

Crisis Response Journal has a stand at the Counter-Terror Expo. The event is being held today and to...

Singapore

Singapore

I am at the IAFPA Conference at the Raffles Hotel, Singapore, which is proving to be a fascinating a...

Crisis Response LinkedIn Group

Crisis Response LinkedIn Group

Andy Marshall, a member of CRJ’s Editorial Advisory Panel, started an interesting discussion o...

Next Issue Update

Next Issue Update

Next issue update I’m delighted to announce that Professor Edward Blakely will be starting an...

New Zealand quake update

New Zealand quake update

I wouldn’t normally write a news update like this on our blog as there is no shortage of excel...

Solar Activity

Solar Activity

  I was interested to note the recent BBC report that the Sun has unleashed its strongest flar...

Welcome to the Crisis Response Journal Blog

Welcome to the Crisis Response Journal Blog

Welcome to the Crisis Response Journal blog, which we’ll be using to update you with news, eve...

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