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CRJ 15.2 is now live!

CRJ 15.2 is now live!

Our June edition is being mailed out and is accessible to all subscribers online

Stress and crisis management

Stress and crisis management

Evie Whatling from Ricardo explores the role that stress plays in responses during a crisis as the time-critical window for success gets smaller and smaller

Community and City Resilience and Covid-19

Community and City Resilience and Covid-19

Donald Kettl from the University of Texas shares his views on building resilience and the inter-relationship between citizens and governments in the first in a series of webinars from the EPS

Article free to read!

Article free to read!

Click to read Lucian J Hudson's article about the need for a timely, lessons-learnt inquiry into the Covid-19 response

Streamlining projects in the cloud

Streamlining projects in the cloud

CRJ Key Network Partner, Pix4D announces a new solution for drone mapping and progress tracking - Pix4Dcloud

Global e-waste surging

Global e-waste surging

2019 saw a sharp increase in the amount of electronic waste generated globally, according to the UN's Global E-Waste Monitor 2020

Conflict and Covid-19

Conflict and Covid-19

Dr Ayman Jundi from the University of Central Lancashire says that degraded healthcare systems in ares of conflict amplify the challenges faced by those dealing with the pandemic

Dr Gregory Ciottone joins CRJ's Advisory Panel

Dr Gregory Ciottone joins CRJ's Advisory Panel

CRJ is delighted to welcome Dr Gregory Ciottone, President of the World Association for Disaster and Emergency Medicine to its Advisory Panel

Is cyber resilience the new ESG?

Is cyber resilience the new ESG?

Andrea Bonime-Blanc and Maya Bundt say there is currently no way of gauging the cyber resilience of organisations, suppliers or service providers, as there is currently no information available. This has to change

AI for disaster response: Predicting relief during cyclones

AI for disaster response: Predicting relief during cyclones

AI technology can be used to predict the number and type of food and non-food items during a disaster. Here, the focus lies on cyclones, but the applications can be applied in other disaster types

Covid-19: Recommendations to improve effective multi-agency response, Part I

Covid-19: Recommendations to improve effective multi-agency response, Part I

The first three recommendations revolve around communication and understanding

International names sign up to Milipol Qatar, taking place as planned in October

International names sign up to Milipol Qatar, taking place as planned in October

The staging of 13th Milipol Qatar is in line with the Government of Qatar’s overarching master plan for the gradual lifting of Covid-19 prevention restrictions

Major Events Summit - update

Major Events Summit - update

There is less than a month to go before MEI's flagship event this July. CRJ readers can get 20 per cent off registration fees

Call for articles

Call for articles

Liaison Journal is looking for experts to submit articles about humanitarian assistance and civil-military co-ordination during complex emergencies

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 says that dialogue at all levels is crucial to dispel fear and mistrust in fragile and conflict-affected states which have enforced severe restrictions

Free webinar programmes in security, corporate risk and crisis management

Free webinar programmes in security, corporate risk and crisis management

CRJ Advisory Panel Member, Dr David Rubens, has teamed up with Emirates Global Security to offer these webinar programmes

The power of trusted voices online

The power of trusted voices online

In a time of crisis, people want to hear updates from people they trust. Kate Rawlins of Helpful Digital gives a plan for a trusted voices strategy

CRJ's Covid-19 resources page

CRJ's Covid-19 resources page

Experts, updates, advice and archive material on global health emergencies - updated several times a day. Click on image or headline to go straight to page