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The future of humanitarian learning

The future of humanitarian learning

As innovative learning solutions begin to show great potential, local humanitarians and organisations need to access and adapt them to their specific needs say Atish Gonsalves and Anne Garçon

Resilient leadership in crisis response

Resilient leadership in crisis response

Alice Bromage looks at the four elements of resilient leadership: Clarity of direction; resilient decision making; awareness; and leadership presence

The myth of the lone wolf terrorist

The myth of the lone wolf terrorist

Casey Brunelle says the term ‘lone wolf’ in a terrorist context is unhelpful for counterterrorism research

Call for consistency in kidnap response

Call for consistency in kidnap response

Lina Kolesnikova explores the crimes of kidnapping and ransom

Building a corporate security sandbox

Building a corporate security sandbox

How can corporate security officers identify and gauge the magnitude of events that could put a company’s employees and assets in jeopardy? Tim Willis has some pointers

Be prepared: Crisis solutions

Be prepared: Crisis solutions

The threat of a serious crisis is no longer confined to economic or politically unstable countries across the globe, says Giles Greenfield

The backbones of disaster resilience

The backbones of disaster resilience

Paola Albrito gives an overview of the European Forum for Disaster Risk Reduction event

Black swans and grey rhinos

Black swans and grey rhinos

Korbinian Breinl examines why we still fail to respond to obvious but neglected major threats – grey rhinos – and still focus too much on identifying black swans

Preparing for new risk scenarios

Preparing for new risk scenarios

Paolo Garonna was one of the panellists on Emerging Risks at the EFDRR. Here are his thoughts

Small-scale producers on the frontlines

Small-scale producers on the frontlines

Dominique Burgeon describes the need for disaster risk reduction in the agricultural sector

Expanding the boundaries of healthcare

Expanding the boundaries of healthcare

When hospitals and medical facilities are struck by disasters, staff, mobile healthcare facilities come into their own – especially during the recovery phase, writes Steve Peak

The Internet as a civil protection tool

The Internet as a civil protection tool

Research by Jurisic Dragisa has discovered worrying gaps in information provided online by many administrations in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Humanitarian supply chains

Humanitarian supply chains

Charlie Reeves says that strong supply chain management is now understood to be a key driver of performance for humanitarian organisations, so their supply chains have become ever more effective and resilient

Reducing risk in the Asia-Pacific

Reducing risk in the Asia-Pacific

The Asia-Pacific is the most disaster prone area in the world. Floods, cyclones, earthquakes, and sand and dust storms lead to loss of life, and trap people in poverty over generations, while economic costs are on the rise, writes Mostafa Mohaghegh

Nepal’s new disaster law

Nepal’s new disaster law

Albrecht Beck and Josef Riener describe how new legislation that covers the whole spectrum of emergency preparedness, hazard mitigation and disaster risk management, is being implemented and validated in Nepal

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