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Disasters often bring out the best in people, with some performing heroic actions, particularly t...


This issue features two correlative themes centring around who exactly a stakeholder is in an eme...


The Theme of communication is important in this issue, especially reaching vulnerable groups &nda...


Read the news pages of this issue and you may experience a disconcerting sense of déj&agra...


As CRJ goes to press, Hurricane Dean has battered the shores of Jamaica and is heading f...


How far we have come in just a few years. When CRJ first looked at climate chang...


"If we fail to share ideas between private and public sector organisations… we must prepar...


Since our last issue, the Crisis Response Journal team has attended a number of conferences and s...


When CRJ was launched nearly two years ago, the main intent was to bridge the divide bet...


It is well known that disaster scenes are a fertile breeding ground for opportunistic criminal ac...


"If anyone rioted, it was the media. Many stories of rape, murder and general lawlessness we...


A lot has happened since the last issue of CRJ… Hurricanes Katrina and Rita gave r...


Learning from incidents and disseminating these lessons is one of the founding tenets of CRJ...


This issue brings news of two initiatives with which Crisis Response Journal is delighted to be...


The content of this issue ranges from reorganisation, regionalisation and integrated command, to ...


"Acts of terror these days take place not only in Russia, but all over the world, and thats why t...

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