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The Melbourne Fire Brigade (MFB) actively partner with diverse community to minimize the frequency and impact of fires and other emergencies, and increase individual and community capacity to respond and recover.
The Exploring inherent capabilities in communities with migrant and refugee backgrounds for disaster resilience project was initiated by the Australian Emergency Management Institute (AEMI) in an effort to undertake exploratory research into inheren
A conference was organized on 17th October 2009 by the Australian Capital Territory (ACT)’s Jurisdictional Community Partnership project, as component of Attorney General Department’s Inclusive Emergency Management with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Communities Program.
Exercise “Stuffed Goose” is a multi-agency exercise involving State Government departments and agencies, including the Country Fire Service (CFS), South Australia (SA) Police, State Emergency Service (SES), Metropolitan Fire Service SA, Local Government, and community volunteers.
This exploratory study describes the level of public emergency knowledge and perceptions of risks among Latin American immigrants, and their preferred and actual sources of emergency preparedness information (including warning signals).
This publication presents eight Jurisdictional Community Partnership projects implemented across Australia using different models of community engagement relevant to their jurisdiction and community needs.
The “Ventanilla de Salud” (Health window) is a program of the Government of Mexico developed by the Department of Health and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and implemented through 50 Mexican consulates in the United States and local health organizations.
The consulates of Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras launched the initiative “TRICAMEX” in the city of McAllen, in the United States of America.
The Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) was created in 1985 under the Federal Advisory Committee Act to promote security cooperation between American private sector interests worldwide and the U.S. Department of State.
The Guiding Principles on business and human rights outline how States and businesses should implement the UN “Protect, Respect and Remedy” Framework in order to better manage business and human rights challenges.