MUDRI holds regular forums and events to bring together disaster resilience professionals and disseminate current research and best practices in the field.
Responding to Shared Responsibility
How do we engage the community to understand risk and act upon their risk in the event of a disaster?
Tuesday 29 October 2013
9 am to 5 pm
Monash University Council Chambers, Building 3a, Wellington Road, Clayton Campus
Disaster resilience has become an integral part of Australia's ability to anticipate and respond to man-made and natural disasters that pose population-level threats to society, the national economy and the environment. From fire, drought and flood, to the long-term impacts of climate change, we recognise the growing importance of preparing communities to help themselves.
We are making significant gains in the area of disaster resilience with the aim of improving community preparedness and recovery in the event of a disaster.
Through high-quality research, education and community engagement, we are challenging and supporting communities, governments and organisations to strengthen their resilience against major disasters.
Monash has a strong track-record in research related to disaster resilience. In bringing together the University's talent, resources, and research we are making a significant contribution to disaster risk reduction. Our ambition is backed by our expertise across many areas including:
Our research is driven by these key initiatives: