In 2018, the Office for Women in the department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) led the whole-of-government development for the second Australian National Action Plan (NAP) on Women, Peace and Security encompassing the period 20
The Australian Civil-Military Centre hosted a roundtable discussion on 18 January for the visiting outgoing International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Head of Delegation to South Sudan, Mr Francois Stamm, along with Australian ICRC
The Sea and Land Series 2018 (SLS18) was the Australian Defence Force’s (ADF) largest training exercise in 2018, bringing together 8,500 military personnel with the largest contingent of Australian government civilian and police personne
The Australian Civil-Military Centre (ACMC) is ten years old in 2018. The ACMC was originally established by the National Security Committee of Cabinet as the ‘Australian Civil-Military Centre of Excellence’, opening in November 2008.
Dr Alan Ryan, Executive Director of the Australian Civil-Military Centre (ACMC), will be presenting at this year’s NZDIA Annual Forum. In this interview, he sheds some light on the work of the ACMC and the evolving challenges facing civil-military collaboration.
In expelling Islamic State-affiliated insurgents and reclaiming the city of Marawi, the Armed Forces of the Philippines ensured a problem of months did not metastasise into a problem of decades. But what are the prospects for rebuilding its people, communities and institutions?
The CMPIW is a one-week residential workshop designed and delivered by ACMC to support the development of effective civil-military-policing capabilities to prevent, prepare for, and respond to conflicts and disasters overseas.