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After Covid-19: Assessing domestic and international drivers of conflict

After Covid-19: Assessing domestic and international drivers of conflict

Abigail Watson from the Oxford Research Group (ORG) assesses how Covid-19 contributes to the do...

Calling all emergency planners!

Calling all emergency planners!

The Crisis Response Journal has highlighted the crucial role of emergency planners several times ove...

Disaster Medicine: Having the knowledge is essential; the ability to share is crucial

Disaster Medicine: Having the knowledge is essential; the ability to share is crucial

Ayman Jundi shares what drew him to the field of emergency and disaster medicine and what has p...

Free webinar programmes in security, corporate risk and crisis management

Free webinar programmes in security, corporate risk and crisis management

Dr David Rubens, one of CRJ’s Advisory Panel Members, has teamed up with Emirates Gl...

Only ecology-based economies can avoid future catastrophe

Only ecology-based economies can avoid future catastrophe

Much has been made of the brief respite in carbon emissions that coronavirus has given the...

Truth, trust and the ghosts of our fears: Chernobyl wildfires

Truth, trust and the ghosts of our fears: Chernobyl wildfires

Lina Kolesnikova examines why the recent wildfires near the Chernobyl nuclear reactor have led to ol...

How near misses influence disaster decision-making

How near misses influence disaster decision-making

Narrowly avoiding a close call with a disaster might make people more likely to evacuate or prepare ...

Trusted voices online

Trusted voices online

Only a few months into 2020, every sector and market worldwide has been exposed to crisis, writes Ka...

Low-cost online learning for professional development

Low-cost online learning for professional development

In the first of a new series of blogs, CRJ Advisory Panel member Rob Fagan explains how you can...

Cybercrime prevention for Internet service providers

Cybercrime prevention for Internet service providers

Roger Gomm comments on the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) new report, Cybercrime Preve...

Free-range thinking – leaving the chicken coop

Free-range thinking – leaving the chicken coop

Larissa Sotieva, co-founder of Independent Peace Associates, offers a personal perspective on the im...

Somalia is trying to address long-term displacement, and the future is promising

Somalia is trying to address long-term displacement, and the future is promising

Mark Yarnell from Refugees International reports that the Somali Government is taking positive ...

Launch of the Counter Terrorism Preparedness Network

Launch of the Counter Terrorism Preparedness Network

In November 2019, London’s City Hall hosted the launch of the Counter Terrorism Preparedness N...

The growing need for sustainable hospitals

The growing need for sustainable hospitals

Funding has been pledged to build several new hospitals in the UK before 2030 in what promises to be...

Taking cyber out of its silo

Taking cyber out of its silo

Helen Braithwaite, Head of Standards, Training and Exercising at the UK’s National Cyber Secur...

Conference for forward thinking in crisis management

Conference for forward thinking in crisis management

Crisis management professionals are invited to attend a unique international emergency management co...

The role of eLearning in crisis resilience

The role of eLearning in crisis resilience

It’s time to add eLearning to your crisis preparedness programme writes Caroline Sapriel ...

The threat of pandemics

The threat of pandemics

What did you do this weekend? How did you fill that 48 hours? The weekly shop maybe, sports sessions...

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