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(p. 194) The Response of Relief Organizations to Terrorist Attacks: An Overview of How the Red Cross and Other Relief Organizations Work in Conjunction With Other Agencies 

(p. 194) The Response of Relief Organizations to Terrorist Attacks: An Overview of How the Red Cross and Other Relief Organizations Work in Conjunction With Other Agencies
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(p. 194) The Response of Relief Organizations to Terrorist Attacks: An Overview of How the Red Cross and Other Relief Organizations Work in Conjunction With Other Agencies
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John A. Clizbe

and Susan Hamilton

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195172492.003.0014
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date: 07 March 2021

Chapter 14 explores the response of relief organizations to terrorist attacks, and how the organizations such as the Red Cross work in collaboration. It considers the various needs that arise in the aftermath of a terrorist attack (such as the need for assessment, coordination, information sharing, and risk management), responses, and challenges.

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