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Let’s face it our future will be one with more natural and unnatural disasters - whether we want them or not, they are here to stay.Doing Disasters Differently: The Podcast, hosted by corporate2community founder and disaster resilience specialist Renae Hanvin, brings you informal conversations with global and local leaders in emergency management and disaster resilience across government, corporate, small business, non-profit and community stakeholders.Perfect for building your understanding and disaster-related toolkit, there’s no doubt you’ll be inspired to start doing disasters differently today.Visit corporate2community.com to find out more and don’t forget to connect with Renae Hanvin + corporate2community on LinkedIn.

Doing Disasters Differently: The Podcast with Renae Hanvin Renae Hanvin

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Let’s face it our future will be one with more natural and unnatural disasters - whether we want them or not, they are here to stay.Doing Disasters Differently: The Podcast, hosted by corporate2community founder and disaster resilience specialist Renae Hanvin, brings you informal conversations with global and local leaders in emergency management and disaster resilience across government, corporate, small business, non-profit and community stakeholders.Perfect for building your understanding and disaster-related toolkit, there’s no doubt you’ll be inspired to start doing disasters differently today.Visit corporate2community.com to find out more and don’t forget to connect with Renae Hanvin + corporate2community on LinkedIn.

    Building thriving communities

    Building thriving communities

    In this week’s episode of Doing Disasters Differently, I sat down with Tracy Collier, GM of Strategy and Programs for the Thriving Communities Partnership and today we are talking about building thriving communities. 

    • 18 min
    Getting Australia to Buy from the Bush

    Getting Australia to Buy from the Bush

    In this week’s episode of Doing Disasters Differently the Podcast, I sit down with Jenn Donovan from Spend with us and we are discussing ‘Getting Australia to Buy from the Bush’. 

    • 25 min
    The Role of Community Organisations in Disasters

    The Role of Community Organisations in Disasters

    Today Renae sits down with Bridget Tehan, the Senior Policy Advisor at the Victorian Council of Social Services, also called VCOSS. We are sitting down to discuss the role of community organisations in disasters.
    Bridget has worked for more than 10 years in emergency management in both the government and not-for-profit sectors. Bridget is currently a senior policy advisor at the Victorian Council of Social Services and works to highlight the role of the community sector in building resilience and to explore the role of the sector in emergency management.

    Bridget also works to highlight the needs of vulnerable and disadvantaged people before, during and after emergencies as well as their needs in the mitigation, transition and adaptation to climate change. Bridget is also the co-founder and President of the Australasian Women in Emergencies Network (AWEN).

    Links:

    VCOSS 
    Perspectives from the frontline report
    Connect with Bridget on LinkedIn

    • 24 min
    2019-20 Victorian Fire Season Inquiry, Phase 2 Report

    2019-20 Victorian Fire Season Inquiry, Phase 2 Report

    In the twenty-fivth episode of Doing Disasters Differently: The Podcast, Renae Hanvin will be talking with Tony Pearce, Victoria’s first Inspector-General for Emergency Management (IGEM). He shares with us how this role was created and how it is impacting the Victorian community as we continue to see a rise in disasters in our country. 

    • 44 min
    How business networks build resilience

    How business networks build resilience

    In the twenty-fourth episode of Doing Disasters Differently: The Podcast, Renae Hanvin will be talking with  Lawrence Atkinson from BusinessBM and we are discussing ‘Business networks build resilience’. C2C and BusinessBM have teamed up and today we will discuss the changes we are hoping to see in the Blue Mountains region in New South Wales. 

    • 35 min
    Strengthening rural, regional & remote communities

    Strengthening rural, regional & remote communities

    In the twenty-third episode of Doing Disasters Differently: The Podcast, Renae Hanvin will be talking with Natalie Egleton, CEO of the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal (FRRR). She was appointed CEO of the FRRR in November 2015, after joining the organisation in 2012, and she's responsible for shaping the FRRR’s strategy, designing new programs and developing and nurturing new funding partnerships. 

    • 27 min

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