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Issue 2


Issue 2

To paraphrase Douglas Adams, life is a process of: “Extraordinary eruptions of information....

Issue 1


Issue 1

Moderating the Featured Event on Heritage and Resilience at the ...


The Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh seeded a s...


On page 38 Phil Wood says that the disciplines of crisis and disaster response usually...


Mobile phones, especially smartphones, are firmly embedded in society, transforming wo...


Our cover story is an interview with Philippe Baumard, who sounds a global warning tha...


It is interesting how individual articles for CRJ, commissioned at different ...


In October last year, CRJ  looked at rising...


When the tsunami waters ebbed away in Japan, they laid bare lurking problems which can...


Mobile technology and social media are so entrenched in our lives that I feel like a d...


Crisis Response Journal is entering a new era. On page 10 you will find details of the...


Crisis Response Journal is entering a new era. On page 10 you will find details of the...


As I worked on this issue, it was fascinating to observe the intertwining of multiple themes thro...


When Discussing extreme flooding or other impacts of climate change, headlines seem to be shiftin...


When CRJ was launched five years ago, it was a very different world. Some of the...


"We have a 21st Century assumption that government will fix everything in a crisis. The fact is, ...


The tragedy of the Australian bushfires and the chilling terrorist attacks in Mumbai are very dif...


The current global financial crisis transcends all boundaries. It has – or will – aff...

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