AIDR 2020 online events catalogue
AIDR continued to provide professional development opportunities throughout 2020 by delivering its program of events virtually. Shifting to online events allowed AIDR to continue to deliver disaster resilience knowledge and practical guidance for stakeholders, and facilitated a platform for participants to connect and learn with each other.
Recordings of these online events and webinars are now permanently housed on the AIDR Knowledge Hub. Browse the collection and explore related resources for each topic:
The third Australian Disaster Resilience Conference was presented online as Knowledge Week and ran from 24 - 27 August 2020. Knowledge Week explored the theme ‘disaster risk reduction in action: pathways to impact’.
In recognition of International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction, AIDR and corporate2community hosted a panel of business leaders to share their reflections on how good disaster risk governance has changed and enhanced corporate priorities and leadership.
Recovery Matters webinar series
- What is disaster recovery?
An introduction to the basics of disaster recovery that explores important aspects in theory and practice from speakers with experience and expertise in the field. Part of the Recovery Matters webinar series.
- Community-led recovery
Community-led recovery is one of the National Principles for Disaster Recovery. What is it all about and how can you put it in action with bushfire affected communities? Part of the Recovery Matters webinar series.
- Recovery leadership
Recovery is constantly moving and changing, presenting new challenges and opportunities. What does effective recovery leadership look like and how do we support it? Part of the Recovery Matters webinar series.
- Youth voice and agency in recovery
Find out how children and youth are impacted by bushfire, what support they may need, and hear directly about how young people are leading recovery in their communities. Part of the Recovery Matters webinar series.
Lessons Management webinar series
- Learning lessons from recent Australian bushfire seasons
Australia’s two Inspectors-General of Emergency Management share their experiences on reviewing the most recent bushfire events and comparing them with previous reviews, including challenges experienced with the lessons process. Part of the Lessons Management webinar series.
- Learning lessons from reviews and inquiries
Euan Ferguson and Mick Keelty, two of Australia’s most experienced independent reviewers, share their insights on their review processes, how they identify lessons and what recurring issues they have identified. Part of the Lessons Management webinar series.
Handbook Showcase webinar series
- Emergency Planning Handbook Showcase
The Emergency Planning handbook provides nationally agreed principles for good practice in emergency planning and draws on and complements current practices. Part of the Handbook Showcase webinar series.
- Land Use Planning for Disaster Resilient Communities Handbook Showcase
The Land Use Planning for Disaster Resilient Communities handbook focuses on land use planning for new development and its role in supporting disaster resilient communities. Part of the Handbook Showcase webinar series.
- Flood Emergency Planning for Disaster Resilience Handbook Showcase
The Flood Emergency Planning for Disaster Resilience handbook provides guidance to inform the development of flood emergency plans by outlining a series of national principles and processes. Part of the Handbook Showcase webinar series.
- Community Engagement for Disaster Resilience Handbook Showcase
The Community Engagement for Disaster Resiliencehandbook presents nationally agreed principles of community engagement for disaster resilience and provides high-level guidance to support those who engage with communities at all phases of disaster. Part of the Handbook Showcase webinar series.
Stay tuned to the AIDR events page in 2021 to join us for more professional development events.