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At regular but unpredictable intervals, people around the world are affected by natural hazards. We can only expect that these events will increase in number and ferocity the future. Disaster management is a complex series of activities and external assistance can provide expert knowledge and resources, but survivors and people living in the area can also do much to help if they are prepared and supported.Read full summary
Crowd funding has emerged as a significant new player in the global fundraising landscape. Over the past few years we have witnessed different crowd funding campaigns ‘go viral’ – crowd funding’s real point of difference because it allows supporters to access global supporters who would never otherwise have been able to connect with a campaign.Read full summary
The rivers of the Murray Darling Basin connect people, communities and places over a vast geographic terrain, both literally and metaphorically.
One River is a multi-state and territory project being staged as part of celebrations for the Centenary of Canberra in 2013, recognising the national capital’s location within the Basin and its connection to the watery heart of the country.
This panel discussion will propose some useful directions and demonstrate the importance of memory and cultural knowledge as a resource that we need to value and draw upon.Read full summary
In the lead up to the 2014 Regional Arts Australia Conference and in relation to the current resources boom we thought it might be good to get the conversation started about mining and it’s impact on community and culture, and vice versa.Read full summary
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Alison Tickell (Julie's Bicycle) and Angharad Wynne-Jones (TippingPoint Australia, Arts House) have an open dialogue about their experiences of creating and participating in sustainability initiatives in the arts and culture sectors.Read full summary