The ISRM Student Network can only grow with your help. We want to give you an opportunity to have your voice heard, which is why we are calling for blogs. We would be delighted to present your views on our website and initiate more engagement between students in our network.
Selected Blogs will be also published in the Crisis Response Journal!
CRJ is one of the most recognised journals in the field of security / risk / crisis management, where prominent academics and practitioners share their opinion and knowledge.
Would you like to have your views published on our website and take part in engaging conversations?
If the answer is yes, then ISRM Student Network would be the appropriate platform to share your blogs!
We currently accept blogs related to any aspects of security / risk / crisis management! We can also repost your academic papers accompanied by a short blog-summary of the subject. It can be a recent event or a deep dive into the theory of Crisis Management. There are no strict limitations, and you can approach the subject of your preference whichever way is comfortable for you.
- Academic papers (2,500 – 4,000 words) + Short summary (non-academic, 500 words)
- Blog Articles (1000 words, excluding references)
Do not miss the chance to have your work published in one of the most recognised global Student Networks for its practical and academic excellence!
For submission, please send it to miltiadis.lapatsanis(at)theisrm.org and indicate the following: (Name, Surname – “Title”, Academic paper/Blog Article).
- Blogs should be between 300 and 1,000 words
- Academic papers should be between 2,500 and 4,000 words with a short summary of 500 words attached.
- Blogs and Academic papers should be provided in Word format
- Any URLs should be pasted in full in brackets in the text where you wish the links to appear
- Please do not include any footnotes, headers, formatting, etc
- No double spaces after words; please do not use tabs or spaces within the text
- No double returns for new paragraphs
- English spelling – ‘s’ instead of ‘z’ in most cases and are essential
- Please provide author picture and biography
- Provide captions and credits for photos, clearly indicating which photos they refer to.