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Arms traffickers arrested in Spain

Arms traffickers arrested in Spain

Europol reports that seven arms traffickers supplying explosives and weapons to conflict zones have ...

Anniversary of the 2015 Paris attacks

Anniversary of the 2015 Paris attacks

Last Friday, November 13, France marked the fifth anniversary of terrorist attacks in Paris. Six mul...

The Zoombombing phenomenon

The Zoombombing phenomenon

CRJ Advisory Panel Member, Lina Kolesnikova, reports on the worldwide phenomenon that has grown alon...

International post-disaster recoveries

International post-disaster recoveries

New research organised by the RAND Corporation reveals key findings and lessons for Puerto Rico on s...

A protocol to save lives

A protocol to save lives

Everyone who passes a first aid course is familiar with the ABC protocol – airway, breathing a...

Drone mapping and public safety: Crash investigations

Drone mapping and public safety: Crash investigations

CRJ Key Network Partner, Pix4D’s Caroline Bailey and Angad Singh discuss using drones and aeri...

Covid-19: Reports worth reading

Covid-19: Reports worth reading

Phil Trendall comments on the details of the latest reports into the UK Government’s handling ...

Covid-19: Hidden heroes and mental health

Covid-19: Hidden heroes and mental health

Covid-19 has affected all sectors, cultures, beliefs, ages and professions. Emergency management, fi...

Civil defence: From emergency response to intercommunal peacebuilding

Civil defence: From emergency response to intercommunal peacebuilding

Alistair Harris describes how emergency response can serve as a promising conduit to a peaceful...

Covid-19: What works in an effective multi-agency response, Part III

Covid-19: What works in an effective multi-agency response, Part III

This is the third in a series of ongoing reports that aim to understand the current challenges faced...

Exploring the mystery surrounding 'red teams'

Exploring the mystery surrounding 'red teams'

Lina Kolesnikova explains the somewhat mysterious concept of ‘red teams’ in organis...

Take the Risk and Resilience Survey and get your points heard

Take the Risk and Resilience Survey and get your points heard

Professionals in the fields of continuity, crisis, risk, security and emergency response have a...

Covid-19: The road to recovery

Covid-19: The road to recovery

Chris Malpass, Executive Director of Helpful Digital, says that organisations can make the most of t...

SARS-CoV-2, faecal shedding and our duty to schools

SARS-CoV-2, faecal shedding and our duty to schools

Christopher J Butcher from Eastern Michigan University in the US, says that most of the argumen...

A brave new world: Building back better from Covid-19

A brave new world: Building back better from Covid-19

Dr William Avis from the University of Birmingham in the UK and Maclina Birungi of AirQo, Uganda say...

Building authenticity in crisis communications

Building authenticity in crisis communications

Swiftly springing into action with a well-oiled plan and a team that knows just what to do and when ...

Covid-19: What works in an effective multi-agency response, Part II

Covid-19: What works in an effective multi-agency response, Part II

This is the second in a series of ongoing reports that aim to understand the current challenges face...

How Covid-19 shows the critical need to transform crisis response

How Covid-19 shows the critical need to transform crisis response

Beyond the myriad weaknesses and strengths in dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic, which are sure to ...

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