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Turkey has been contact tracing for a century.

Five months after a modest surge of COVID-19, the nation’s outbreak falls well outside the worst in the world. 

After Fukushima: Citizen Preparedness for Nuclear Emergencies

This year marks the fifth anniversary of the devastating nuclear disaster caused by the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (NPS) accidents.

Improving Citizen Engagement - The Citizen as a Sensor

Esri inspires and enables people to positively impact the future through a deeper, geographic understanding of the changing world around them.

6 ways countries can prepare for the next infectious disease pandemic

All pandemics start as a small outbreak somewhere. When the next potential pandemic begins, will we detect it early?

The Evolution of National Urban Policies - A Global Overview

More than half of the world’s population currently
live in cities, and a projected 70 per cent will be
living in urban areas by 2050.

Disaster Management, Inclusion and Representative Bureaucracy

There is discussion within disaster management of bottom-up strategies that strive to build local communities’ capabilities to face disasters. This often is spurred on by…

The Strange Invincibility of Corruption in Albania

It’s ironic that every time a political party wins an election in Albania, it does so by vowing to fight corruption and strengthen the rule of law. 

More than Rules: On Some Uses and Limits of a Compliance Approach to Ethics

Excellence in public service and good governance requires the acquisition of significant knowledge, the development of crucial skills, and the ability and willingness to follow relevant rules.

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