Monitoring and evaluation of our recovery programs is imperative to ensure they are effective and beneficial for communities.
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Round Four applications close 15 October 2018.
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AIDR
September 03 2018
On 14-15 August, practitioners gathered in Melbourne for the third annual Lessons Management Forum.
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Reflections from the Centre of Excellence following the Fire Continuum Conference in Missoula, Montana.
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This month marks the one-year anniversary of the Centre of Excellence for Prescribed Burning (CoE), a national initiative to support knowledge sharing among prescribed burning practitioners.
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AIDR announces the release of updated principles and practical advice for crowd health and safety – from transport hubs to major events.
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The Australian Disaster Resilience Conference program is now available.
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The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience has published an updated handbook to build capability for those assisting communities in recovery.
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AIDR recently published the all-new Communities Responding to Disasters: Planning for Spontaneous Volunteers Handbook, and a revised Evacuation Planning Handbook.
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The Centre of Excellence for Prescribed Burning online resource is now live on the Knowledge Hub.
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