Australian Civil-Military Centre
Publications by this Author
Same Space - Different Mandates (International Edition)
A Civil-Military-Police Guide to Stakeholders in International Disaster and Conflict Response.
Afghanistan: Lessons from Australia’s Whole-of-Government Mission
Over the past two decades, Australia has accumulated considerable experience with whole-of-government missions in complex environments, including in the Solomon Islands and Timor-Leste.
Australian Government Guiding Principles for Civil-Military-Police Interaction in International Disaster and Conflict Management
This document affirms the principles that guide the Australian Government and its stakeholders in international multiagency response efforts. It captures the best of the learning that has come from the Australian experience of contemporary operations overseas.
Australian Guidelines for the Protection of Civilians
A whole-of-government perspective on the Protection of Civilians (POC) in international situations of armed conflict and other situations of violence.
Skills for Multiagency Responses to International Crises
Australian responses to international, complex emergencies and humanitarian crises, generated by natural disaster, conflicts or incidents, demand the coordinated responses of multiple civil-military-police actors and agencies.
Civil-Military-Police Language Guide: Promoting shared understanding
The civil-military-police community is as diverse as it is broad. It contains a wide range of actors who employ a variety of methodologies and techniques, use unique equipment and often pursue different objectives in service of different masters.
Quick Impact Workshop – Outcomes Post Tropical Cyclone Pam Roundtable with Civil Society
Tropical Cyclone Pam hit Vanuatu and surrounds in March 2015. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) led the Australian response, which also involved significant Defence engagement and the substantial use of military assets.
Australian Deployed Women
A study commissioned by the Australian Civil-Military Centre and conducted by the Institute for Social Science Research at the University of Queensland
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.
Reflections of Interagency Taskforce Leaders
A publication that shares real-life experiences, reflections and lessons from interagency taskforce leaders.
Interagency Taskforce Leadership Guide
Information and a self-reflection tool to assist you to be an agile and adaptable leader in complex and challenging e
Same Space - Different Mandates
Same Space – Different Mandates aims to improve the collective understanding of civil, military and police stakeholders responding to international disasters and complex emergencies. This revised 2023 edition incorporates emerging concepts and practice to ensure accuracy and future value. While this guide is written from an Australian perspective, it is relevant to government, military, police and civil society organisations in the Indo-Pacific Region and the wider international community. Our aspiration and intent are that this publication promotes productive relationships, dialogue and constructive civil-military-police interaction resulting in more effective disaster and complex emergency response.