National Strategy for Disaster Resilience : Community Engagement Framework /

By: Australian Emergency Management Institute
Series: Australian emergency management handbook series: handbook 6.Publisher: Mt Macedon, Vic. : Australian Emergency Management Institute, 2013Edition: 1st edDescription: iv, 20 pages ; 30 cmISBN: 9781921152313Subject(s): Emergency management -- Australia -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Disaster resilience | Community engagement | AustralianDDC classification: Emergency management 13083 | Internal document 13083 Online Resources: AIDR link to National Strategy for Disaster Resilience Community Engagement Framework Handbook
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This Community Engagement Framework provides guidance for those working in emergency management to effectively engage with the community. It is a key component in the implementation of the Council of Australian Governments' National Strategy for Disaster Resilience, supporting the recognition that: 'we need to develop and embed new ways of doing things that enhance existing arrangements across and within governments, as well as among business, the not-for-profit sector, and the community more broadly, to improve disaster resilience'. Disaster resilience is based upon existing strengths and relations. Individuals and communities are the starting point to build disaster resilience. Connecting and working in partnership with the community; building on existing networks, resources and strengths; identifying and supporting the development of community leaders and empowering the community to exercise choice and take responsibility are some of the practical actions outlined in this framework. To assist practitioners in their work with communities, the framework incorporates a model that details principles and approaches of community engagement in the emergency management context. The model draws on the internationally recognised International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) Public Participation Spectrum

Also available online. Address as at 27 February 2015:

https://ema.infoservices.com.au/items/HB6-1ST

Item type Current library Call number Status Notes Date due Barcode
Handbook Handbook NSW Rural Fire Service Library
Emergencies
Emergencies 90000 (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available First edition 90000-6-2013

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