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Volume 17 Issue 1

CRJ 17.1 Cover Out now!

Crisis Response Journal 17:1 was commissioned and written before the invasion of Ukraine. 
The edition will be published and mailed out on March 15. Digital subscribers will be emailed when the edition is available online. Click here for subscription details. Here's what's inside...

Threats related to sustainable energy, cyber security, calls to action. 
Governance: House of Lords Select Committee Report, National Resilience Strategy, living code of ethics for emergency management.
Covid-19: Are we doomed to repeat mistakes? Indonesia analysis, joint study on multi-sector trends during the pandemic.
Business continuity: Operational health, brand resilience and organisational growth, preparing for disasters becoming business as usual, leadership, red flags, planning and systemic change. 
People: Human factors when selecting crisis managers, personnel resilience and burnout. 
Supply chains & food security: Tomorrow’s supply chains and future challenges; how Covid, logistics, energy policy and rising prices, climate and raw materials all have unsustainable and far reaching social and security ramifications; and food insecurity in Pakistan.

Focus on Bangladesh: Six experts on governance, climate and security showcase developments in Bangladesh.


Calls to action in incident response (754.6KB) 08/03/2022, Free to Read: Adam Berry describes how a call to action can be used in a meaningful way so that responders, local governments and contractors can mobilise and work cohesively in a crisis
The voices of resilience (651.4KB) 08/03/2022, Free to read: Jeannie Barr summarises key points from the UK Government’s call for evidence for its National Resilience Strategy, saying that resilience professionals still need to be placed at the forefront of crisis planning
The moral compass (827.5KB) 08/03/2022, Free to Read: In her previous article, Beverley Griffiths identified the need for a living code of ethics for the developing profession of Emergency Management. Here, she explores ethical theories
What have we learned? (883.7KB) 08/03/2022, Free to read: It may be tempting to draw a line under the Covid-19 pandemic as the world returns to pre-pandemic life, but this would be a mistake for resilience professionals, says Chloe Demrovsky
Covid-19 - Leadership styles and outcomes (678.3KB) 08/03/2022, Free to Read: Eric McNulty and Lyndon Bird share the findings of a joint study on multi-sector trends during the pandemic, revealing key insights for improving readiness and enhancing leadership qualities
Responding to geological hazards (1.0MB) 08/03/2022, Free to Read: Natural hazards can be inconsistent and unpredictable in their occurrence and intensity. This requires public safety operators to be highly adaptable, says CRJ Key Network Partner, Pix4D
Innovations in disaster management (1.6MB) 08/03/2022, Free to Read:The Crisis Response Journal hosted a webinar to explore current endeavours to strengthen disaster resilience links between sectors and stakeholders, writes Nadine Sulkowski
Events (782.5KB) 08/03/2022, A round-up of forthcoming events, including Milipol Qatar, Risk-!n and EENA112 conferences
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