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Issue 3

Volume 7
Issue 3

In October last year, CRJ  looked at rising...

Issue 2

Volume 7
Issue 2

When the tsunami waters ebbed away in Japan, they laid bare lurking problems which can...

Issue 1

Volume 7
Issue 1

Mobile technology and social media are so entrenched in our lives that I feel like a d...

Issue 4

Volume 6
Issue 4

Crisis Response Journal is entering a new era. On page 10 you will find details of the...

Issue 3

Volume 6
Issue 3

Crisis Response Journal is entering a new era. On page 10 you will find details of the...

Issue 2

Volume 6
Issue 2

As I worked on this issue, it was fascinating to observe the intertwining of multiple themes thro...

Issue 1

Volume 6
Issue 1

When Discussing extreme flooding or other impacts of climate change, headlines seem to be shiftin...

Issue 4

Volume 5
Issue 4

When CRJ was launched five years ago, it was a very different world. Some of the...

Issue 3

Volume 5
Issue 3

"We have a 21st Century assumption that government will fix everything in a crisis. The fact is, ...

Issue 2

Volume 5
Issue 2

The tragedy of the Australian bushfires and the chilling terrorist attacks in Mumbai are very dif...

Issue 1

Volume 5
Issue 1

The current global financial crisis transcends all boundaries. It has – or will – aff...

Issue 4

Volume 4
Issue 4

Disasters often bring out the best in people, with some performing heroic actions, particularly t...

Issue 3

Volume 4
Issue 3

This issue features two correlative themes centring around who exactly a stakeholder is in an eme...

Issue 2

Volume 4
Issue 2

The Theme of communication is important in this issue, especially reaching vulnerable groups &nda...

Issue 1

Volume 4
Issue 1

Read the news pages of this issue and you may experience a disconcerting sense of déj&agra...

Issue 4

Volume 3
Issue 4

As CRJ goes to press, Hurricane Dean has battered the shores of Jamaica and is heading f...

Issue 3

Volume 3
Issue 3

How far we have come in just a few years. When CRJ first looked at climate chang...

Issue 2

Volume 3
Issue 2

"If we fail to share ideas between private and public sector organisations… we must prepar...

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