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Government opens disaster resilience website

The Federal Government has unveiled its online Disaster Resilience Knowledge Hub.

It says the website is “an invaluable source of expertise and information” for governments and communities working to prepare for and recover from natural disasters.

“Developed by the Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience, the knowledge hub will provide our response agencies, business, volunteers and everyday Australians with a one-stop-shop for… disaster resilience information,” Justice Minister Michael Keenan said.

The Emergency Management Library and Australian Journal of Emergency Management collections can already be accessed through the hub, as can disaster resilience and emergency management handbooks and manuals.

More information will be added later.

“This will be an invaluable resource for students, teachers, researchers, historians and emergency services staff and volunteers to better understand lessons from the past and ways to mitigate risks into the future,” Mr Keenan said.

The hub can be accessed here.

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