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Next week, Rescue Global will be based at RMB Chivenor delivering the first of hopefully many training cadres for UK military special operations teams who deploy on humanitarian missions, the Surveillance and Reconnaissance Squadron (SRS).
Southampton researchers have partnered with WeRobotics and Rescue Global for the project, which will draw conclusions that are relevant for all humanitarian relief, citizen science and crowdsourcing projects that struggle to maintain engagement.
Rescue Global is happy to announce that Colonel David Radford-Wilson MBE is joining us to work on Commercial Operations and Special Projects. David, currently who serves as one of our non-executive directors, will lead on a number of contracts delivering valuable services to our clients.
Rescue Global have signed a three-year contract with the British Government to support and augment the worldwide Crisis and Disaster Response capability for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
Rescue Global is once again proud to announce that we have secured the prestigious and globally-recognised ISO:9001 (2015) Risk and Quality Management System, following our full recertification on Friday 28th of June 2019. Rescue Global was assessed in our new office in Cornwall by the British Standards Institute (BSI) to review how we apply this standard to our life-saving work worldwide.
Last week Rescue Global participated in the Caribbean Security Conference 2019 in Barbados. The theme of the conference was focused on promoting regional cooperation and countering transnational threats.
Today is Anti Slavery Day in the UK, a day that raises awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking. Exploitation, in all its forms, is affected by many factors, including; gender inequalities and violence, discrimination, consumer demands, poverty, cultural or societal constructs, access to education and employment opportunities, corruption, conflict, migration, disaster events, and economic conditions. As these influences can vary greatly between regions and countries, research, responses, and prevention measures require a more nuanced approach, in order to address the unique sets of challenges that these factors create.
The Rescue Global Pathfinder team have recently returned from Outreach Rescue, North Wales, having completed the Search Management for Land and Water Operations.
This week, Rescue Global attended the Investing in UK International Development conference in London delivering a special keynote speech and taking part in key discussions at strategic level.