International Journal of Disaster Risk Management is a peer-reviewed (twice a year) journal serves all aspects of disaster studies, policy, and management. It provides a  platform for academics, policymakers and practitioners to publish high-quality research and practice concerning natural disasters, anthropogenic disasters, complex political emergencies and crises around the world. The journal crosses and affects interdisciplinary boundaries to promote communication, collaboration and teamwork between professions and disciplines to avoid (prevention) or to limit (mitigation and preparedness) the adverse impacts of hazards, within the broad context of sustainable development. The journal encourages to the interchange of ideas and experience, to decrease the risk of disasters and build community resilience within the context of sustainable development and planetary boundaries.

Journal will cover all aspects of disaster risk management from a global perspective, including but not limited to:

  • Disaster and crisis management theory and practice,
  • Risk awareness and assessment,
  • Hazard and vulnerability analysis,
  • Knowledge development including education, training, research and information on disasters,
  • Public commitment and institutional frameworks, including organizational, policy, legislation and community action,
  • Disaster prevention, mitigation, response, recovery planning, policies,  and implementation,
  • Promotes the interchange of ideas between practitioners, policy-makers and academics.

Submission Process

 Authors are kindly invited to submit their formatted full papers. All paper submissions will be blind peer reviewed and evaluated based on originality, Research content, correctness, relevance to conference and readability. Please read complete submission and formatting guidelines before submitting your paper.

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 Manuscripts are accepted for review with the understanding that the same work has not been, will not be, nor is at present submitted elsewhere, and that its submission for publication has been approved by all of the authors and by the institution where the work was carried out; in addition that any person cited as a personal communication has approved such citation. Written authorisation may be required at the editor's discretion.

Articles and any other material published in the International Journal of Disaster Risk Management represent the opinions of the author(s) and should not be construed to reflect the opinions of the editor(s) and the publisher. Authors submitting a manuscript do so with the understanding that if it is accepted for publication, copyright in the article, including the right to reproduce the article in all forms and media, shall be assigned exclusively to the publisher. The publisher will not refuse any reasonable request by the author for permission to reproduce any of his/her contributions to International Journal Of Disaster Risk Management.

Submit your Manuscripts

 All the submissions should be submitted in or you can submit your paper through following  Link 

 Length of paper

 The usual length of paper should be restricted to 4.000 words. However, longer paper can be considered by the editorial team, when applicable. Longer paper will be subjected to a delay in publication.

List of Symbols

 The manuscript should contain a list of all symbols used in the paper. They should be identified typographically for the printer, not mathematically. This list will not appear in print, but is essential to avoid publication delay.


 Text footnotes should be avoided whenever possible. If they must be used, indicate them by superscript lower-case letters in the text.


 References are to be listed in the order cited in the text as APA (American Psychological Association) style. References in the text are to be numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals, in the order of first appearance. They can be typed in superscripts after punctuation marks, e.g. in below: