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Handbook, Part V: Preparedness and Consequence Management

21 May 2021
Long read by Alex P. Schmid

In the fifth and final part of the Handbook of Terrorism Prevention and Preparedness, the authors explore the required approach to minimize harm should prevention fail, and how this can be done, exploring victim- and human rights issues among others.

The chapters explore issues of traumatisation, public panic, economic disruptions, revenge acts and human rights violations as a consequence of terrorist attacks.

The Handbook consists of five parts.  The full table of contents can be found here.