Transport resilience: gaining the ‘always-on’ advantage

In this article for NPC, Sara Ulrich, Resilience and Wargaming expert at PA Consulting,  considers some of the fascinating findings from a PA Consulting research report The always-on advantage, which… Read more

Wanted: a better economic framework for resilience

NPC Commissioner Helene Galy, Director, Willis Research Network, Willis Towers Watson has written this article for the NPC, which brings in wide ranging examples, including tackling the increasingly pressing issue… Read more

Effective Communication with the Public During a Crisis Round Table

Here is a summary of the round table organised by the National Preparedness Commission (NPC) to discuss the the literature review “Communicating Effectively with the Public During a Crisis” which… Read more

Bee-yond the emergency: Lessons from Manchester Arena on better support for young survivors

Marking the sixth anniversary of the Manchester Arena attack, the Bee The Difference report is a unique research project designed by and for young Manchester survivors in collaboration with UK… Read more

Crises, resilience, and complex systems

In this article for the National Preparedness Commission, systems thinker and business strategist Miguel Pantaleon, Ideas Infinitas, explores how systems theory can help us understand the characteristics of complex systems… Read more

UN General Assembly High-Level meeting on the Midterm Review of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 17-19 May 2023

The High-Level Meeting of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) on the Midterm Review of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 took place 17-19 May 2023, a full summary… Read more

The First Edition of the Resilience and Emergencies Professional Degree Apprenticeship ‘Appdate’ No.1

The new ‘Appdate’ is out – the first update on the new Resilience & Emergencies Degree Apprenticeship.   Click here to read the full ‘Appdate’ on LinkedIn    

Over half of the world’s lakes are drying out, study warns

More than half of the world’s largest lakes and reservoirs are losing water — and climate change and human consumption are the main drivers, a new large-scale study warns.  … Read more

First National Threat Assessment of Violence Against Women and Girls

Police chiefs have issued the first ever national threat assessment of crimes posing the most danger to women and girls.   Click here to read the summary document from the… Read more

Foreign Affairs Committee launches Inquiry into international counter-terrorism policy, Call for evidence Open

“This inquiry will scrutinise the UK’s ongoing global counter-terrorism efforts. It will examine the actions taken by the UK to manage, contain and prevent ongoing acts of terrorism emanating overseas,… Read more