The Centre’s Research Program supports best practice in Australia’s civil-military processes, plans and capabilities in order for Australia to help prevent and respond more effectively to conflicts and disasters overseas. In developing its Research Program, the Centre will incorporate contemporary knowledge and emerging concepts and ideas. The Program undertakes practical research by partnering with government agencies, academic research institutions, international organisations and non-governmental organisations to identify and fill the most consequential gaps to help develop Australia’s civil-military capabilities for conflict and disaster management.
Civil-Military Interaction Seminar Working Papers
- 01/2012 Disaster response: lessons from Christchurch Author: Jane Parfitt, General Manager, Christchurch City Council
- 02/2012 Conflict prevention in practice: from rhetoric to reality Author: Dr. Abidoun Williams, United States Institute for Peace
- 03/2012 Civil-military interaction and the future humanitarian action Author: Antonio Donini, Feinstein International Center, Tufts University
- 04/2012 Rebuilding war-torn states: tomorrow’s challenges for post-conflict reconstruction Author: Graciana del Castillo, Macroeconomics Advisory Group & Columbia University
- 05/2012 Future directions in civil-military responses to natural disasters Author: Elizabeth Ferris, Brookings Institution
We are always interested in hearing about recent research in the field of civil-military relations and encourage experts who may be interested in collaborative work to email their details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Research Manager||Kelisiana Thynne|
|Research Officer||Olivia Cribb|
PO Box 7947
Canberra BC ACT 2610