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This edition's cover represents a snapshot of the tragic fatalities trajectory owing to Covid-19 as it swept across the world.
Inside you'll find coverage of the multilayered challenges the coronavirus has presented, including: An exploration of the terms and scope that should be considered in any injuries into the UK's management of Covid-19; questions and answers as to whether a 'new normal' will actually exist; supply chain surge capacity and globalisation; lockdown exits and supply chains; what needs to be done for long term recovery; equity and under-served groups; mental health; science, research and technology; and communications.
Other features explore why the expert voices of the emergency management discipline are so often overlooked or ignored; climate and reducing carbon emissions; healthcare, including telemedicine; and response, including critical communications, online learning and drones.
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Comment: Getting the 'wrong' people around the table; Grey rhinos, a metaphor for our times - interview with Michele Wucker; Mitigating disasters in a fractured world by Amy Pope.
Australian bushfires: Fire Service response; Operation Bushfire Assist; When can we talk frankly? A total rethink.
Frontline response: Albania earthquake; A peek into the future with the Singapore Civil Defence Force; INSARAG anniversary.
Business continuity: Is business continuity headed in the right direction? The role of enterprise risk management; Brexit - creating resilience from turmoil; Preparing a frontline response service for Brexit; Leadership and Covid-19; Performing under pressure; Special focus on DRIVER+.
Communities: A centre of hope in Cambodia; A new peacebuilding model; The importance of cultural understanding in managing crises; How citizens are vital co-actors; Unprompted acts of kindness - spontaneous volunteers; Preparedness for children; Testing and exercising in the Caribbean; How Virtual Reality enhances humanitarian learning.
Security: The dangers lurking in our digital shadows; Leaders on the cyber battlefield; Cyber threats to emergency services; Counterterrorism in cities.
Cities & Society: The tall buildings challenge; Tall buildings and high reliability; Health systems - a critical element in national emergency preparedness; Delivering a different approach to hospital design.
Tech for good: The global impact of drones; Crisis mapping.
Regulars: Events; Review of Humanitarian Networks Partnership Week; Conference in Indonesia; Frontline interview - President and CEO of Blocks.