The world is grappling with a multitude of diverse and complex security, crisis, 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) was created in response to these and other emerging risks, threats and challenges of global concern. GSDM is a dynamic and forward-thinking consultancy company, uniquely equipped to advise and assist clients across a broad range of traditional as well as emerging security and disaster matters.
Committed to innovation, it seeks to develop more effective and impactful solutions in the face of novel and rapidly evolving threats, including against critical national infrastructures. This includes through the adoption of multi-dimensional approaches, which build upon but extend beyond traditional multi-sectoral partnerships and thinking.
Our highly professional team of experts, drawn from different legal and non-legal disciplines, sectors and geographical regions, can advise on law, policy, practice and governance issues from national, regional and/or international perspectives. We are experienced collaborating in multi-disciplinary as well as multi-sectoral contexts.
Excellence: we are committed to the provision of high quality, professional services.
Integrity: all of our business is conducted in an independent, transparent, ethical and accountable manner.
Transformation: we seek to deliver imaginative, sustainable and ‘value added’ solutions to our clients.
Agility: GSDM is able to deliver its services in response to challenging, often evolving, situations.
Respect: we treat our clients, co-workers and wider communities in which we work in a courteous and dignified manner.
Relationships: we invest in longer term, productive and collaborative relationships with our clients, co-workers and wider communities.
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