Inside this issue: Australian uniformed and civilian female personnel in peace and stabilisation operations Fifth Australian Civil-Military Interaction Workshop to be held in April 2014 ACMC developing concepts for research Strengthening the partnership with civil society Recommended readings
The Australian Civil-Military Centre (ACMC) has supported the Humanitarian Futures Programme (HFP) of King’s College ...
Conflict-related sexual and gender based violence paper launched by VCDF at Civil-Military Leaders Workshop
Sexual and gender-based violence is widespread in conflict-affected environments. The field of conflict-related sexual and ...
On 10 and 11 February 2014, ACMC will host the Civil-Military Leader’s Workshop (CMLW) at ...
The ACMC has supported the Oxford Centre for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict to undertake ...
Occasional Paper 1/2014: Conflict-related sexual and gender-based violence: An Introductory Overview to Support Prevention and Response Efforts from Australian Civil-Military Centre
Inside this issue: On Stable Ground: Detective Sergeant Steve Mellick talks to his colleagues back at AFP Headquarters Workshop on the Protection of Civilians Guidelines Global Technical Review Meeting on Women, Peace and Security and National Action Plans Outcomes from EXERCISE TALISMAN SABER 13 Recommended readings
Civil-Military Working Paper 03/2013 – A Strategic Framework for Mass Atrocity Prevention from Australian Civil-Military Centre
Inside this issue: Executive Director’s Vision Statement for the ACMC Pacific Island Nations Share Expertise on Disaster Response Challenges Forum Author’s Workshop ACMC represented at the Pacific Armies Management Seminar XXXVII, New Zealand Recommended readings
Christophe Fournier, International President of MSF, delivered a speech to a Conference in Rheindahlen 7-8 December 2009 organised by NATO’s Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC). ARRC led NATO’s International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) for Afghanistan from May 2006 to February 2007 and has also been involved in IFOR and KFOR operations in Bosnia Herzegovina […]
The 8th International Lessons Learned Conference (ILLC), which was held in Sydney, Australia, December 2012, brought together nearly 250 participants from 24 countries to share operational lessons and to discuss how they can drive change. The event had a diverse and broad program comprising papers and presentations delivered by military, police, civilian and non-government organisation […]
The Australian Civil-Military Centre (ACMC) Research Program supports the development of national civil-military capability by addressing knowledge gaps in civil-military-police interaction and developing practical solutions which further support exercises, education and training, concept and doctrine development. The ACMC has established a Research Multi-Use List (RMUL) to identify suitably qualified suppliers of research services (RMUL ACMC […]
Inside this issue: The role of the Indonesia National Defence Forces Peacekeeping Centre NGOs participate in Exercise TALISMAN SABER for the first time Jumonji University workshop on Women, Peace and Security best practice and National Action Plans ACMC Research Advisory Council Recommended readings
The ACMC has supported the Lowy Institute project on Privateers in Australia’s Conflict and Disaster Zones since 2011. The project is culminating in a conference in Canberra on 24 October 2013 to which government and industry representatives have been invited. The topic of private security companies touches on one of the key civil-military dilemmas and […]