CRJ 13:4 - Published now, don't miss out!
The main themes of this issue are resilience, travel risk security, crime and terrorism, and humanitarian logistics. As ever, there's much, much more
“Who touched it last?”
In this blog Kirsty McKinlay-Stewart covers a training course that one of our latest CRJ Partners, Paradigm Human Performance Ltd invited her to attend.
Delivering a financial system that reduces disaster risk
Ahead of the 2018 2018 Forum on Disaster Risk Reduction, Erling Kvernevik, Teresa Rubino and Rosalind Cook say that delivering a financial system that reduces disaster risk is a critical contribution to a more sustainable and safer Europe
Rapidly deployable solar power systems for disaster relief: Funding campaign launched
Self-sustaining renewable energy systems can be deployed rapidly to reduce the dependency of disaster-stricken communities on fuel supplies for power
CRJ Advisory Panel Member chairs session at prestigious Homeland and Global Security Forum
Editorial Advisory Panel Member Lina Kolesnikova took part in the 20th Homeland and Global Security Forum (Crans Montana Forum), chairing the session on Cybersecurity and the Governance of Information in Geneva, Switzerland
European Forum on Disaster Risk Reduction to look at continuing climate challenges
Ahead of the 2018 European Forum on Disaster Risk Reduction in Rome, Rosalind Cook, Professor Sirkku Juhola and Jaroslav Mysiak take a look at the pressing need for Europe to meet the challenges of a changing climate
The use of drones in public safety and crisis management
Emily Hough was recently interviewed for the USA-based Drone Radio Show about her perspectives on the growing importance of the use of Drones and other UAS systems in the public safety and crisis management environments.
CRJ in the spotlight at Milipol Doha 2018
CRJ Editor-in-Chief, Emily Hough chaired a half-day workshop Civil Defence which also included CRJ Ed Panel member Dennis Davis (pictured here with Brig. Gen. Abdullah Mohammed Al Suwaidi, Director General of Civil Defense for Qatar)
CRJ at Women in Crisis Management Event
CRJ's Director, Kirsty McKinlay-Stewart, has been invited to speak at the next Women in Crisis Management Event in London on Thursday 29th Nvember.
CRJ welcomes new Member to Editorial Advisory Panel
CRJ is delighted to be working with Dataminr and to welcome Tim Willis to our Editorial Advisory Panel
Volga-Dnepr Airlines among first to respond to Sulawesi tsunami and earthquake
Volga-Dnepr Airlines has delivered generators and a water purification system to Indonesia to support the international humanitarian mission
Augmented reality telementoring to help medics in war and disaster zones
Researchers have developed an approach that allows experienced surgeons and physicians around the world to help less-experienced doctors perform complicated procedures in war zones, natural disasters and rural areas
More online emergency management training resources
This month Rob Fagan’s blog about free emergency management training and education focuses on a very timely and useful source: the Safe + Ready Institute
The World Economic Forum mobilises new partnership to avert the growth in global plastic pollution by 2025
The ocean provides more than one-half of the Earth’s oxygen, it stabilsies the climate, and billions of people depend on it for food, employment and livelihoods. Plastic waste is straining this vital food and planetary lifeline
Survival identification syndrome and traumatic bonding
Lina Kolesnikova says that emergency services workers need to be aware of the paradoxical phenomena whereby abused people develop emotional dependency upon their abuser
Drones help search and rescue teams find victims faster, new study shows
Search and rescue teams found simulated victims faster when they used drones for help, a new study finds.
CRJ: We dare to be different!
Join the CRJ global community! Kirsty McKinlay Stewart describes the many ways you can work with our extensive international networks of experts and thought leaders
It's time for CEOs to think more about crisis
A study has revealed the disturbing statistic that CEOs spend just one per cent of their time working on crisis management, according to Dr Tony Jaques