New Issue (Vol. 6, No. 1) - International Journal of Disaster Risk Management (IJDRM)


Dear Esteemed Authors,

We are delighted to announce the release of Issue No. 6, Vol. 1 of the International Journal of Disaster Risk Management (IJDRM). You can access the latest issue through the following LINK.

Published papers: 1) A Systematic Collaboration of Volunteer and Professional Fire Units in Hungary; 2) Dynamics of Internal Migration in the Southwest Region of Bangladesh; 3) Psychological Preparedness of the Rescuers and Volunteers: A Case Study of 2023 Türkiye Earthquake; 4) Harmonization of Soft Power and Institutional Skills: Montenegro's Path to Accession to the European Union in the Environmental Sector; 5) Analyzing in Post COVID-19 era: The Effect of Occupational Stress and Work-Life Balance on Employees Performance; 6) Changes in Lulc and Drainage Network Patterns the Cause of Urban Flooding in Karachi City; 7) Management of COVID: The Creeping Disaster in the Indian Scenario; 8) Use of New Technologies in the Field of Protection and Rescue During Disasters.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to each of you for your invaluable contributions, which have significantly enriched the content of our journal. Your dedication and expertise play a crucial role in advancing the field of disaster risk management, and we are honoured to feature your work in our latest publication.

We encourage you to explore the diverse range of articles and research papers included in this issue, covering a wide spectrum of topics related to disaster risk management. The collective efforts of our esteemed authors contribute to the continued growth and success of the IJDRM.

Once again, thank you for your great contributions to the International Journal of Disaster Risk Management. We look forward to your continued support and participation in our future endeavours.

Kind regards,

Prof. dr Vladimir M. Cvetković

Chief Editor, International Journal of Disaster Risk Management

University of Belgrade, Faculty of Security Studies, Belgrade