International Journal of Disaster Risk Management (IJDRM) - ISSN (printed) 2620-2662, ISSN (online) 2620-2786

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International Journal of Disaster Risk Management has passed the evaluation process positively and is indexed in J-Gate

2024-01-12

Dear Sir/Madam,

We are delighted to inform you that the "International Journal of Disaster Risk Management (ISSN: 2620-2786, 2620-2662)" has successfully passed the evaluation and is now indexed in the J-Gate.

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This is a significant achievement for our team and a testament to our dedicated efforts. We extend our gratitude to everyone who contributed! 

We continue with passion to deliver relevant and high-quality research in the field of disaster risk management. Stay tuned for more exciting updates! 

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Editor-in-Chief
Prof. Dr Vladimir M. Cvetković - link

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Current Issue

Vol. 5 No. 2 (2023): International Journal of Disaster Risk Management (IJDRM)
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Published papers: 1) Raised Under Bad Stars: Negotiating a Culture of Disaster Preparedness; 2) Social Capitals and Earthquake: A Study of Different Districts of Tehran, Iran; 3) Water Crisis in the Rangamati Hill District of Bangladesh: A Case Study on Indigenous Community; 4) Anticipated Role of Bangladesh Police in Disaster Management Based on the Contribution of Bangladesh Police during the Pandemic COVID 19; 5) A Predictive Model of Community Disaster Resilience based on Social Identity Influences (MODERSI); 6) Hazard risk evaluation of COVID-19: A case study

Published: 2023-12-31
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Publisher: Scientific-Professional Society for Disaster Risk Management, Belgrade, Serbia.

Scientific-Professional Society for DRM is a Serbian (Belgrade) non-governmental organization that seeks to improve the existing supply of theoretical and empirical knowledge in the field of disaster risk management. Conducts quantitative-qualitative research, develops knowledge base, promotes science and evidence-based policy, organizes national and international conferences, publishes journals (International Journal of DRM), and conducts training and other academic activities in emergency management, national security, and disaster risk management fields in Serbia and other Balkan countries. SPS-DRM has in-depth knowledge of civil protection and disaster management structures and organizations within the Balkan countries and their integration within the European Union Civil Protection.