Emergency volunteering 2030: Views from managers in volunteerism (Environmental Scan Report No. 1)

McLennan, B and Kruger, T 2019, Emergency volunteering 2030: Views from managers in volunteerism (Environmental Scan Report No. 1), RMIT University & Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC (Cooperative Research Centre), Melbourne, Australia


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Title of report Emergency volunteering 2030: Views from managers in volunteerism (Environmental Scan Report No. 1)
Author(s) McLennan, B
Kruger, T
Year of publication 2019
Publisher RMIT University & Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC (Cooperative Research Centre)
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Public Administration
Human Geography not elsewhere classified
Abstract/Summary What is emergency volunteering going to look like in 2030? How (and by whom) is it going to be organised? How can the emergency management sector best enable the value of volunteering for communities - before, during and after an emergency - into the future? This report provides answers to these questions from the perspectives of 34 managers that have responsibilities for volunteerism in Australian emergency management organisations (EMOs) working across preparedness, response, relief, and recovery. The report is one of a series of Environmental Scan reports that will be synthesised and presented to an expert panel to assist researchers in developing alternative scenarios for the future of emergency volunteering to inform todays decision making.
Commissioning body Bushfire and Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre
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