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Grenfell In the words of survivors runs at the National Theatre from 13th July to…Keep reading
The 21st July 2022 was the final day of evidentiary hearings at the Grenfell Inquiry.…Keep reading
The role of civil servants before the Grenfell Tower fire is important because it highlights…Keep reading
Background Systemic failings in governance, accountability and the role of political agendas are integral to…Keep reading
Former MP Emma Dent Coad accuses the RBKC of deliberate obfuscations that are not in…Keep reading
Trellick Tower Development, RBKC fail to listen to residents.Keep reading
Grenfell and the tacit knowledge of those at the sharp end – Ed Daffarn speaks to LBC’s James O’Brien.
LBC’s James O’Brien speaks to Ed Daffarn the author of the blog that predicted a…Keep reading
An Analysis of the Design, Installation & Materials of the Rainscreen Cladding System at Grenfell Tower:
A technical analysis of what happened at the Grenfell Tower Fire.
This report looks…Keep reading
The coverage of the conservative vote against the Grenfell Recommendations is missing the point.Keep reading
Evidence by main contractor #Rydon at the #Grenfell Tower Inquiry reveals the narratives used to…Keep reading
Lessons from the Great Fire of London. What are the similarities to Grenfell.Keep reading
Power and Accountability. The failure of politicians to be accountable for the psychological contract in…Keep reading
Grenfell, COVID-19 and our inability to learn: Risk Guru Podcast with Matt Hodges- Long & Gill Kernick
Grenfell, COVID-19 and Learning. Will we learn? Risk Guru podcast.Keep reading
This blog explores the Cummings’ crisis through the lens of a failure to attend to…Keep reading
Link to Tim Harford article about why we fail to prepare for disasters.Keep reading
COVID-19, collection of useful articlesKeep reading
Adaptive capacity is a cornerstone of resiliance. Those that failed to ensure this capacity whilst…Keep reading
Rather than viewing #Covid-19 as an interuption and wait for things to return to normal.…Keep reading
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