Time for new vision on disaster recovery

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
Published
A new report into natural disaster recovery in Australia reveals there is inadequate planning for many of the short and long-term impacts of disaster. Researchers from Griffith University’s Centre for Governance and Public Policy examined the impacts in Emerald, Cardwell, Marysville and Carisbrook, where communities were still recovering from flooding, cyclones and bushfires. The study […]

Reflecting on disaster management policy

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
Published
Disaster Management research currently being conducted by the Griffith School of Government and International Relations was presented earlier this month at the State Services Commission (SSC) and ANZSOG applied learning event in Christchurch. The event, titled Ground Zero: Innovations in public management post-disaster, the Australasian experience, drew on the lessons learned from Australia’s and New […]

Examining the demand-side for policy advice

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
Published
Research from the Griffith School of Government and International Relations was presented in Wellington, New Zealand, earlier this month as part of the State Services Commission and ANZSOG New Zealand series of applied learning events. The event brought together industry practitioners and researchers to critically reflect on the experiences of Australian and New Zealand Governments […]

Lessons learned from natural disaster

School of Government and International Relations
Published
Associate Professor Anne Tiernan was a featured speaker at the State Services Commission and ANZSOG applied learning event in Christchurch earlier this month, which focused on the Australasian experience of post-disaster policy management. The event was one in a series of events that aimed to draw on the experiences of Australians and New Zealanders in […]