Volume 15 Issue 4
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This edition looks at: Environment, economy and peace: elements of a systemic crisis; Unveiling the systemic nature of risks; Leadership & innovation; The danger of too many fresh eyes; The concept of kaleidoscopic learning; Leadership, artificial intelligence and the collective brain; The bases of leadership power & emergency management; Why lawyers and communicators must work together better; and time to transform systems for people.
In our security and frontline feature, we examine: Urban areas and crisis risk; Medical management of active shooter incidents; The need to review the radicalisation risk management process; and embassies and security.
Our comprehensive ongoing Covid-19 coverage explores: National security & the pandemic; The need to support private security services; Covid-19 in the Gaza Strip and in India; Smog and Covid-19 in Pakistan; Global risk perception & governments; Hidden and insider threats; Psychosocial problems; Connecting with young people; and techniques to help those who are accumulating signs of anxiety, depression and PTSD.
Our events pages feature two articles commissioned by the World Humanitarian Forum. The first is by Mary Robinson, Chair of the Elders, first female President of Ireland and former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. Next, Asahi Pompey of the Goldman Sachs Foundation makes the case for investing in female entrepreneurs
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