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The fourth edition of the Major Incidents Report is now available on the Knowledge Hub, documenting events and responses during 2019-20 financial year.
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AIDR is pleased to announce the publication of two new handbooks available now on the Knowledge Hub: Community Engagement for Disaster Resilience and Emergency Planning.
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Missed out on a presentation during Australian Disaster Resilience Conference presents Knowledge Week, or want to watch it all again? All of the proceedings from our online event are now available...
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Survey results have been shared and discussed since the release of the Our World Our Say youth survey on climate change and disaster risk.
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2020 is not the year anyone expected, and the AIDR team certainly hadn’t imagined shifting from running our flagship conference face-to-face at the Adelaide Convention Centre to an online format.
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Since its establishment in 2015, the Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience (AIDR) has developed, maintained and shared knowledge to support a disaster resilient Australia.
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AIDR was pleased to support the first session of Possibility Lab: a community of practice for disaster recovery practitioners in late July.
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August 14 2020
Monash University Disaster Resilience Initiative (MUDRI) annual mid-year Community Resilience Forum was presented as an online, interactive event this year.
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AIDR has developed a Handbook Showcase Webinar Series to launch the latest publications in the Australian Disaster Resilience Handbook Collection.
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Community Engagement for Disaster Resilience Handbook
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