Monthly Archives: July 2023

AWEsome AWE members!

By |2023-07-13T04:22:23+10:00July 13th, 2023|All States|

Congratulations to AWE member Karleen Gribble who led the recently released Australian Breastfeeding Association’s Babies and Young Children in the Black Summer (BiBS) Study. This world-first research project aims to increase understanding and reduce the negative impacts of emergencies on the feeding, health and wellbeing of infants and young children. The findings of the BiBS are available here. Keep

AWE supporting your event

By |2023-07-13T04:08:02+10:00July 13th, 2023|All States|

Did you know AWE is available to MC, Chair or facilitate your events? AWE recently MC'd Fire Rescue Victoria’s (FRV) Long and Good Service Awards in Geelong and Melbourne. It was a privilege to help recognise the commitment, dedication and service of FRV employees, and to acknowledge their contributions to FRV and helping keep Victorians

Recently released reports on the impacts of climate change

By |2023-07-02T11:28:30+10:00July 2nd, 2023|All States|

It is well document that the effects of climate change impact directly and indirectly on many if not every area of emergency management.  Below are summaries and links to three recently reports that speak to the impacts of climate change on communities, peoples mental health and young people, including the impacts of floods, fire and

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