Aston Crisis Management Centre
The Aston Crisis Management Centre aims to have significant impact on the work of governments and the people they serve.
The Aston Crisis Management Centre aims to have significant impact on the work of governments and the people they serve. Its current portfolio of interdisciplinary research is mostly applied and involves close collaboration between the centre and the analysts/policy advisors around the world. We aim to strengthen theory and practice from these projects.
The fulfil this aim, the Centre’s objectives will be:
To be the world’s leading centre of excellence for crisis and disaster management insight, education, policy and practical (professional) implementation.
To have a tangible impact on practice and policy by supporting humanitarian, business and governmental organisations prepare, respond and recover from crises and disaster related incidents.
Society matters is a podcast from the School of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) at Aston University. Presented by journalist Steve Dyson, the podcast series explores some of the fascinating work of academics within the School on current issues facing society.
Dr Lauren Traczykowski, a senior lecturer in ethics at Aston University, discusses what obligations the international community has to intervene and assist when a state is unable or unwilling to help its own population in the aftermath of a natural hazard.
Release date: Wednesday 28th July 2021
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