The world is currently grappling with a multitude of diverse and complex security, emergency and disaster related challenges of increasing intensity, frequency and impact. These range from more conventional forms of conflict to asymmetric terrorist activities, states of emergency, health pandemics, as well as slow or sudden onset ‘man-made’ and ‘natural’ disasters.
Global Security and Disaster Management Limited (GSDM) is unique in offering specialist legal advice spanning these and related issues. Our experienced expert and professional team can advise on law, policy, practice and governance issues from national, regional and/or international perspectives. We also have experience of working in multidisciplinary contexts.
In addition to advising on current issues, GSDM is well placed to work with clients to identify and respond to emerging challenges, such as the growing convergence between the traditionally separate security and disaster sectors, together with their respective legal regimes.
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American Society of International Law (Disaster Law Interest Group) Webinar Series Recently, in her capacity as co-chair of the American Society of International Law’s Disaster Law Interest Group (DLIG) (https://www.asil.org/community/disaster-law), […]Read More