Publications

From Principle to Practice: Protecting civilians in violent contexts

From Principle to Practice: Protecting civilians in violent contexts

Lead Author/s
Following on from the ACMC Australian Guidelines for the Protection of Civilians (2015) this handbook aims to provide the ‘what’, the ‘why’ and the ‘how’ of protecting civilians in violent contexts and is intended for people working at the operational level including government, NGOs, UN and other organisations.
Private Security in Papua New Guinea – A Networked Approach

Private Security in Papua New Guinea – A Networked Approach

A study commissioned by the Australian Civil-Military Centre and co-authored by the Australian National University’s Associate Professor Sinclair Dinnen (Department of Pacific Affairs, College of Asia & the Pacific) and Dr Grant Walton (Development Policy Centre, College of Asia & the Pacific).
Deployed - A handbook for civilians working with the military

Deployed - A handbook for civilians working with the military

This brief publication is an introduction to the complex business of civil-military-police integration. Hopefully, you will read it prior to an exercise, not an operation. But in either case it provides good advice. Many people have gone where you are going, and this is the distillation of their experience.
Humanitarian Civil-Military Coordination in Emergencies: Towards a Predictable Model

Humanitarian Civil-Military Coordination in Emergencies: Towards a Predictable Model

The Regional Consultative Group (RCG) on Humanitarian Civil-Military Coordination (CMCoord) for Asia and the Pacific is a key forum for supporting and elevating coordination, building relationships, and sharing learning to enhance and strengthen emergency response.