Find out what to expect for the remainder of the Atlantic hurricane season and get best practices to prepare, monitor, and respond to tropical developments.
A number of disruptive protests against the disqualification of independent and opposition candidates for the Moscow City Duma elections have taken place in Moscow in recent weeks. In July, authorities barred 57 candidates from running for Moscow City Duma, including several prominent critics of the Kremlin-backed mayor. Authorities portrayed as this being mainly due to alleged problems meeting a requirement for supporting signatures. Authorities claimed that more than 10% of the 5,000 required signatures were invalid. The opposition demonstrations were triggered by this to disqualify these...
Take a look at intelligence alerts related to the protests over the disqualification of certain candidates in Moscow's State Duma elections.
WorldAware's Chief Security Officer sheds light on the role of technology in the auto and foodstuffs industries.
Jonathon Keymer, Senior Intelligence Manager for Europe/CIS Region at WorldAware, discusses the impacts a no-deal Brexit could have on the economy. He provides a timeline on events that may transpire leading up to a no-deal Brexit and what will likely happen following the Oct. 31 outcome. WorldAware had previously forecasted three possible outcomes of Brexit: A general election A second referendum A no-deal Brexit It is likely that the UK will be leaving the EU without a deal on Oct. 31. Crucially, this would mean there would be no transitional period to facilitate the UK economy’s adaption to...
In this podcast, Head of Special Risks, Jack Cloonan, discusses threats faced by aid workers in Sub-Saharan Africa and how organizations can help protect their people.
Listen in as Brendan O'Reilly, Intelligence Analyst, and Hugh Dunleavy, SVP of Global Assistance and Response, provide a briefing on the current situation in the Hong Kong region.
WorldAware is monitoring disturbances in Hong Kong after thousands of protesters have interrupted transportation in the region.
Protesters in Lebanon have conducted a general strike across Lebanon for nearly two weeks, bringing the country to a standstill and disrupting operations. Learn about the protests and what your organization can do if your people are in the region.
LGBTQ rights in India have been decriminalized since the repeal of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code. Although homosexuality is now legal, rights such as same-sex marriages and adoptions are not. If you look at the journey of LGBTQ rights in India as a process, beginning with total social and legal intolerance ranging to complete tolerance, the next feasible step is that these individuals would need further and comprehensive protection. From there, inclusion and tolerance could flourish. The acceptance level in India varies greatly among LGBTQ community sub-groups. In order to forecast the...