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CRJ 14:1 out now - don't miss out!

CRJ 14:1 out now - don't miss out!

Business continuity & resilience, incident analysis - including the Morandi Bridge collapse, security & counter-terrorism, natural events, climate and humanitarian, and much, much more...

Be the difference: Innovate, connect and inspire at this year's EENA conference

Be the difference: Innovate, connect and inspire at this year's EENA conference

With just a few weeks to go before the EENA Conference 2019, which takes place on April 10-12, 2019, we are excited to present the gathering point for emergency services and public safety professionals, writes Beatriz Peon

Returning fighters Part I: See no evil

Returning fighters Part I: See no evil

The first part of this series by Casey Brunelle introduces the issue of ISIS members – both frontline combatants and support personnel – returning, or seeking to return, to Western countries, specifically Canada

Six measures to maximise your corporate security strategy and ROI on a tight budget

Six measures to maximise your corporate security strategy and ROI on a tight budget

Tim Willis outlines six preventative measures to help you establish a cost-effective strategy, while maintaining – and even increasing – the effectiveness of your security operations centre

Emergency exercise prepares for large volcanic eruption in Iceland

Emergency exercise prepares for large volcanic eruption in Iceland

An emergency response exercise based on the scenario of a large volcanic eruption in Öræfajökull will take place in February 2019

A deeper level of training to engage knowledge and experience in resilience and emergency management

A deeper level of training to engage knowledge and experience in resilience and emergency management

The need to be prepared for these types of incidents has never been so important, says the Emergency Management and Resilience Centre at the University of Wolverhampton

Research on mice shows possible effects of climate change and nutrition on the immune system

Research on mice shows possible effects of climate change and nutrition on the immune system

Heat waves can reduce the body's immune response to flu, according to new research from the University of Tokyo

Massive challenges in Iraq prevent Iraqis from returning home, says ICRC President

Massive challenges in Iraq prevent Iraqis from returning home, says ICRC President

Rebuilding Iraq’s social fabric is key to ensuring that the country can leave its violent past behind

Deep learning to detect the language patterns of fake and real news

Deep learning to detect the language patterns of fake and real news

The study uncovers language patterns that AI models link to factual and false articles, and researchers say this underscores need for further testing

CRJ Welcomes Giles Greenfield to its Editorial Advisory Panel

CRJ Welcomes Giles Greenfield to its Editorial Advisory Panel

Giles is CEO of Markham Special Risks, an insurance broker specialising in Kidnap for Ransom, Personal Accident and Travel insurance

CRJ welcomes Christine Jessup to its Editorial Advisory Panel

CRJ welcomes Christine Jessup to its Editorial Advisory Panel

We are excited to announce that long-time CRJ author Christine Jessup, from Australia, has joined the CRJ team

Here's some brand advice - Stop asking people to post their love

Here's some brand advice - Stop asking people to post their love

Recent history is littered with the corpses of epic social media fails, yet it seems to be so easy to ignore what has gone before, says Dr Tony Jaques

Online learning – Ready Calgary: Community preparedness

Online learning – Ready Calgary: Community preparedness

Robert Fagan looks at another free emergency preparedness resource for the Crisis Response Journal

Stress-testing for climate impacts using ‘synthetic storms’

Stress-testing for climate impacts using ‘synthetic storms’

Digitally ‘moving’ past storms to new locations simulates the effects of extreme weather events on local infrastructure, according to new research

New research on urban water governance and social learning

New research on urban water governance and social learning

The sustainable development of cities is threatened by a worldwide water crisis. Improved social learning is urgently needed to transform urban water governance and make it more integrated and adaptive, according to the authors of a new paper

CRJ welcomes Deborah Higgins to our Editorial Advisory Panel

CRJ welcomes Deborah Higgins to our Editorial Advisory Panel

Deborah is Head of the Cabinet Office Emergency Planning College in the UK

CRJ R&D: How drones and 3d printing can help crash scene investigation

CRJ R&D: How drones and 3d printing can help crash scene investigation

Crash assessments could be safer, faster and more accurate through drone technology developed by Purdue University in the USA

Calculating the cost of inaction

Calculating the cost of inaction

Too often when deciding whether to make changes or not, we only see the cost of action and ignore the cost of inaction. This means we may often choose unwisely, writes Robert Pratten