ISRM Annual Awards 2022

2022 has been perhaps a uniquely challenging year. The third year of Covid, global financial pressures, war in Ukraine and political meltdowns around the world.

Throughout it all, the ISRM has continued to fly the flag for the development of active engagement across the academic, practitioner and policy-making fields.

Our Chapters have been doing fantastic work, creating networks and collaborations, running on-line and face-to-face events, and generally offering support to both their local and the global strategic risk and crisis management communities.

We have developed relationships with major organisations, published significant papers, and hosted global conferences.

Our monthly diary is full of on-line events that are free to attend, and have attracted the support of some of the leading figures in global affairs.

All this has been achieved through the unstinting work of our Chapter Chairs, Vice Chairs, Administrators, Fellows, Members and Supporters.

All of those people offer their time and energy for free (none of them take any money from ISRM).

In order to offer a platform to recognise those efforts, we have established the ISRM Annual Awards.

We are delighted to announce the names of the 2022 Category Winners >> 2022 Award Report with Full Citations

ISRM Chapter of the Year – Joint Winners

  • Australia New Zealand Chapter
  • Women in Security Chapter

ISRM Initiative of the Year – Joint Winners

  • ISRM Global Journal
  • University of Gloucestershire ISRM University Chapter

ISRM Partner Organisation of the Year 

  • Erasmus Plus BUiLD Programme (Building Universities for Leading in Disaster Resilience)

ISRM Training Programme of the Year

  • Level 5 Award in Presilience, Leadership and High Performance

ISRM Fellow of the Year

  • Figen Murray OBE

ISRM Young Professional of the Year

  • Satia Rai (CEO, IPSA)

ISRM Local Influencer of the Year 

  • Garry Bergin – Chair, Ireland Chapter

ISRM Administrator of the Year

  • Janita Zhang – ANZ Chapter

Congratulations to all, and thank you for your efforts to make the ISRM the organisation it has become!

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