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Volume 17 Issue 4  

CRJ 17.4 CoverOut now!

Crisis Response Journal 17:4 comes to you slightly delayed but with the same spirit as previous editions.

The edition will be physically rolled out through the month of February. Digital subscribers will be emailed when the edition is available online. Click here for subscription details. Here’s what’s inside:

Threats related to resource insecurity, in particular food insecurity and famine.

Crisis leadership: The human side of leadership, how leaders can shape success in the ongoing year, future-ready crisis response, and a living framework of ethics.

Resilience & reputation: DRI International’s 2022 Trends Report, human approach to emergencies, permacrisis, managing PR presence and reputation for government organisations; and disaster management with sustainability in mind.

Manchester attack: Review of the Manchester Arena Inquiry Volume 2, learning from the response to terror threats, elevating safety. 

Environment and hazards: Hurricane season in the US, industrial tragedies in Bangladesh, and the pandemic’s long-term disruptions. 

Resource insecurity: Taliban’s ban on women aid workers, food security in the US, economic downturn and food supplies in Afghanistan, climate finance, climate change reparations, migrations to space, war on water, humanitarian action; and more.

Solutions: Regenerative agriculture, finding solutions in crises, vertical farming, conflict and climate change; and the European Electronic Communications Code.


Free to read: Fighting food insecurity despite floods (249.5KB) 01/02/2023, Despite the scale of the issue, global food insecurity and famine are treatable issues. Jean-Michel Grand discusses solutions, including how to use floods to grow crops
Free to read: Decoding the delegated regulation (171.2KB) 01/02/2023, Amy Leete explains everything you need to know about the EECC, the delegated regulation that supplements it, and the implications for emergency communications


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