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AIDR is seeking News and Views, and Research papers to feature in a special edition of the Australian Journal of Emergency Management (AJEM).
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AIDR Executive Director Amanda Leck recently met with representatives at CIFAL Newcastle to discuss collaboration opportunities for disaster resilience training.
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AIDR and World Vision are leading Australia’s largest ever consultation of children and young people on climate change and disaster risk.
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AIDR
January 24 2020
As Australia moves from response to relief and recovery from the country’s bushfire crisis, a long-term approach is needed. On-the-go expert guides are available on the Knowledge Hub.
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Interactive learning, education partnerships, resilience for young people and an emotive portrait of a man were all highlighted at the 2019 Resilient Australia National Awards.
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A range of high quality submissions have been graded by a panel of judges, and notified of their success as jurisdictional winners for the 20th Resilient Australia Awards.
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Over 300,000 school and university students, families and ordinary Australians took to the streets in September to protest for climate action.
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AIDR
October 02 2019
In one bushfire prone community, students are taking the lead through an educational partnership - Survive and Thrive - to help keep the community safe.
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‘Are we future ready?’ was the question up for discussion when delegates began exploring the future of disaster preparedness at the Australian Disaster Resilience Conference.
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Empathy and engagement emerged as central themes as delegates began expanding the scope of disaster risk reduction for the second DRANZSEN Forum for 2019.
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