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The Australian Journal of Emergency Management, or AJEM, was first established in 1986 as part of the suite of education, research and training activities managed by the Australian Emergency...
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AIDR is seeking expressions of interest for a writer with project management, research, and communication skills to support the review of the Tsunami Emergency Planning in Australia Handbook. This...
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AIDR is seeking expressions of interest for a writer with project management, research, and communication skills to undertake a scoping project.
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AIDR is seeking expressions of interest for working group participants.
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Joe Buffone, Deputy Coordinator General of Emergency Management Response for the National Emergency Management Agency shares actions underway to support Australia's disaster response and readiness.
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The 2024 Resilient Australia Awards are now open for submissions. For 25 years, the awards have celebrated initiatives that build resilience and inspire others to act – making communities safer, more...
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The Centre for Disaster Studies at James Cook University has developed two online questionnaires in response to the recent catastrophic events felt by Far North Queensland and Townsville.
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The Australian Journal of Emergency Management (AJEM) is seeking article submissions for its 2024 themed edition on Gender Diversity and Inclusion. This special edition is part of a broader...
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As we move into the severe weather season, AIDR is highlighting a range of resources to help organisations across Australia guide and support their communities to prepare.
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AIDR was pleased to welcome a record 569 delegates to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre for the 2023 Australian Disaster Resilience Conference on 23–24 August – with a staggering 75 per...
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