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Bridging civil society and government agencies:
Partnership for development policy formulation in the Asia Pacific region

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Our next Seminar....

28 April 2014
From war in Afghanistan to disaster relief in the Pacific: Civil-Military Interaction and the activities of the ACMC
Seminar Venue: 29-106 (Hass Seminar room, entrance from Bldg 28 front)
Time: 12:10 - 13:30
Kelisiana Thynne
Research Manager, Australian Civil-Military Centre
Chair: A.Prof. Stuart Pearson (UNSW)

Abstract

This is a seminar for UNSW research community only

The ACMC is a centre based in Defence which aims to support the government and NGOs in Australia to better respond to conflict and natural disasters overseas. As part of this support the ACMC has a robust research program which sources research on issues as diverse as the rule of law in the Security Council, to the role of the private sector in disaster response, to civil-military interaction in Afghanistan. Kelisiana Thynne is the ACMC research manager and will give an overview if the ACMC's work and focus particularly on some aspects of the ACMC's projects on Afghanistan, the role of the private sector in humanitarian emergencies and the role of regional organisations in disaster response in the Pacific.


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