To assist students as they navigate into a career in emergency management, IAEM has created a home base for students on its website to provide resources. The new section is easy to find in a highlighted box on the home page, just below the main banner. The student section helps students navigate IAEM membership, join committees and caucuses, learn about IAEM scholarship opportunities, create IAEM student chapters, pursue professional development, and find jobs and internships. Visit the student section of the IAEM website to use the new resources. To suggest additions to the resources, contact IAEM Marketing and Communications Director Dawn M. Shiley.
By now you are aware that Elon Musk has bought Twitter and will take it private. The Global Crisis Management Report like many of you are concerned regarding this sale and what Mr. Musk has stated in the past regarding Twitter’s efforts to curb hate speech and disinformation on Twitter.
The Global Crisis Management Report will of course be monitoring the situation and will still enforce our page rules which are available on our website: https://www.globalcrisismgmtrpt.com/ We will continue to assess whether or not to remain on Twitter once Mr. Musk takes over Twitter and will keep our followers informed on any future decisions.
Steve Detwiler, Editor/Creator
Global Crisis Management Report
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, recommendations and guidance from CDC have changed based on new data from a variety of qualitative and quantitative sources. During the webinar, CDC experts will discuss the science to keep people safe during public health emergencies, including COVID-19. You’ll hear more about how CDC evaluates data to give updated recommendations, the sources of the data, and how health equity fits into the framework of an emergency response. You’ll also learn more about where we are in the COVID-19 pandemic, including COVID-19 Community Levels. Join CDC for a webinar on Wednesday, April 27, at 2 p.m. ET.
The webinar will feature presentations by
- John T. Brooks, MD – Following the science
- Brian King, PhD, MPH – How CDC monitors data/COVID-19 Community Levels
- Capt. Matthew Ritchey, PT, DPT, OCS, MPH – Quantitative data
- Anisha Verma, MPH – Qualitative data
CDC encourages everyone who uses data to make recommendations in emergency communications to attend. This includes community leaders, public health workers, and emergency responders. Closed captioning, an ASL interpreter, and live Spanish interpretation will be available.
Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://www.zoomgov.com/j/1608022803?pwd=THdDTklocVVpUCtTektsK3ZiOTNZdz09%20
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The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) will host a webinar on Wednesday, June 29, at 1 p.m. EST entitled How is 5G impacting emergency communications?
The SAFECOM Nationwide Survey found that more public safety organizations (60%) are currently using a cellular system than land-mobile radio (57%), and therefore, need to be prepared for the deployment of 5G – the fifth-generation technology standard for cellular networks.
New and emerging technologies offer advanced capabilities to enhance command, control, and situational awareness for emergency response. Yet, the rapid rate of technology advancement continues to outpace the public safety community acquisition cycle.
The arrival of 5G is transforming the way we communicate, introducing a vast array of new connections, capabilities, and services. As telecommunications networks are evolving to this next generation of wireless technology, 5G presents the opportunity to enhance operations, support information-sharing, improve efficiency and response time, augment security, and increase capacity for more connected devices.
In this webinar, participants will learn about:
- 5G capabilities and impacts on public safety communications.
- The CISA 5G Strategy and other resources on preparing for emerging technologies.
- Leveraging the National Emergency Communications Plan (NECP) to address emerging technology challenges.
This webinar is presented in partnership with CISA’s National Risk Management Center as part of its Implementing the National Emergency Communications Plan webinar series.
No advanced registration for this webinar is required. Simply visit CISA’s HSIN Connect Room at the following link at the scheduled time to join: https://share.dhs.gov/necpwebinars.
It is time to submit an abstract to be a speaker EM Vision Talks. The EMVision Talks are modeled on the TED™ Talk format. The deadline is May 6th at 11:59 CDT to submit your abstract. Learn more at: http://ow.ly/Noqi50IvnrG.
With antisemitism at the highest levels we’ve seen in decades, ADL has created the powerful new Antisemitism Uncovered video series to help explain and combat the most prevalent antisemitic myths that have spread for centuries and still drive anti-Jewish hate today.
New today is an alarming and insightful video about how anti-Zionism can fuel antisemitism. The entire set of short videos is now available on YouTube, providing a compelling extension of the much-praised ADL website Antisemitism Uncovered: A Guide to Old Myths in a New Era.
The International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA) will be commemorating its 60th anniversary on May 18, 2022. There will be an on-line event and in person reception in Geneva Switzerland.
Registration is available at: https://diagnostics.phap.org/s3/18may2022-register
The World Summit on the Information Society Forum 2022, with panelists from major international organizations that have endorsed this Call to Action, will discuss future plans to implement Common Alerting Protocol more widely. Despite today’s amazing telecommunications services, too many people in harm’s way still do not get timely and effective emergency alerts so they can protect lives and livelihoods. This is largely because traditional emergency alerts are bulletins or press releases, composed of unstructured text and not well suited to automated processing. The supporting organizations work with the goal, “To scale up efforts to ensure that by 2025 all countries have the capability for effective, authoritative emergency alerting that leverages CAP.”
USCRI and The Children’s Village cordially invite you to attend a virtual panel as part of the Where We Stand: A 20-Year Retrospective of the Unaccompanied Children’s Program in the United States.
The panel will feature three distinguished panelists who are former unaccompanied children as we hear about their stories of resilience and will be moderated by USCRI Vice President AnnaMarie Bena and Policy Analyst Jenny Rodriguez.
Join usas our speakers examine the effects of propaganda on society, how violent extremists use propaganda to radicalize, and how to discern factual information from disinformation.
Password for the event: CELLAPUS22