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The predictable and preventable panic of an infectious disease outbreak

The predictable and preventable panic of an infectious disease outbreak

Free to read! Most people are not educated in epidemiology and cannot differentiate between accurate information, speculation and fear mongering. This is where the actions of leaders can make the difference between panic and concern, says Eric McNulty

Performing under pressure

Performing under pressure

Anna-Maria Rochester describes some lessons from her research into coping techniques among hostage negotiators, saying these apply equally to anybody who has to perform in high stress situations

DRIVER+ project: Boosting crisis management, innovation and operational effectiveness

DRIVER+ project: Boosting crisis management, innovation and operational effectiveness

Free to all readers! An eight-page special report on the DRIVER+ project's achievements activities, results and enduring legacy

A centre of hope in the centre of South East Asia

A centre of hope in the centre of South East Asia

The name 'Cambodia' conjures up two distinct but conflicting mental images, says Nigel Ellway. An alluring tourist poster of the Angkor Wat complex, and the unimaginable hell of the country's recent past. Here, he describes a project that is bringing hope to communities

Transformative versus technical peacebuilding

Transformative versus technical peacebuilding

Larissa Sotieva and Juliet Schofield argue for a return to a transformative model of peacebuilding, highlighting the need to place greater emphasis on understanding the psycho-social-political aspects of conflict

Strategic and individual cultural understanding

Strategic and individual cultural understanding

The responsibility to be aware of other cultures is a vital component in the successful management of crises, explains Matt Minshall

Citizens: Vital co-actors in security

Citizens: Vital co-actors in security

Governor Gilles Mahieu describes how collaborative agreements have been signed with several partner associations, and more are in the pipeline

Spontaneous volunteers in community resilience

Spontaneous volunteers in community resilience

Ali Malvern says it is time for a more integrated approach, shifting our mindset away from believing that the traditional view of community resilience is enough and seeking to develop a framework to manage spontaneous volunteers

Emergency preparedness for children

Emergency preparedness for children

As the responsibility for first aid and emergency planning now falls mostly to the professionals, important survival and safety skills are no longer passed down the generations. Robert Fagan argues the case for instilling these skills in our children once again

Testing preparedness in the Caribbean

Testing preparedness in the Caribbean

The authors describe how the European Union Caribbean Coast Exercise involved thousands of participants

Enhancing humanitarian learning through virtual reality

Enhancing humanitarian learning through virtual reality

Free to all readers! The Humanitarian Leadership Academy believes that enabling access to high-quality learning activities leads to more effective crisis preparation and a response. Atish Gonsalves and Anne Garçon outline exciting developments in virtual reality training

The dangers lurking in our digital shadows

The dangers lurking in our digital shadows

Free to all readers! Ghonche Alavi of NYA describes how the digital footprints we leave behind can threaten our security, offering simple steps you can take to protect yourself online

Creating leaders on the cyber battlefield

Creating leaders on the cyber battlefield

Free to read! What leadership skills and qualities are needed when dealing with a cyber incident? Jeffrey Crump explores practical ways to conduct effective and comprehensive cyber crisis management training

FREE TO READ Cyber threats: What emergency services need to know

FREE TO READ Cyber threats: What emergency services need to know

Public safety organisations can be - and often are - the targets of malicious cyber attacks. How can we navigate the risks emerging from public safety's digital transformation? Beatriz Peon investigates

Counter-terrorism in cities: A whole-system approach

Counter-terrorism in cities: A whole-system approach

Terrorism is a global, networked and persistent threat, so counter-terrorism must also be global, networked and persistent. A collaborative and action-orientated approach that continually adapts to new realities is vital, according to Alex Townsend-Drake

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