Communication and Complex Emergencies: A Resource Guide

Organisation: | May 2015 Author: Skuse, A., Brimacombe, T., Rodger, D.
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This guide explores the role of communication in a range of different humanitarian and complex emergency situations.

It was developed by 'The Communication and Complex Emergencies Project', which is a collaboration between the University of Adelaide's Applied Communication Collaborative Research Unit, and the Australian Civil-Military Centre.

It examines four communication frameworks designed to to facilitate identification of communication activities relevant to context, and discussed a range of communication principles and practical steps which can be taken to increase the effectiveness of communication. It also includes case studies and links to useful external resources.

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