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​​2018 Resilient Australia Awards - 1 week​​ to go!

Closing date for submissions is 31 May 2018 


24 May 2018


​There’s only one week left before submissions close for the 2018 Resilient Australia Awards – don’t miss the chance to share your work and inspire others. 


The awards are an opportunity to celebrate initiatives that build resilience and inspire others to take action – making communities safer, more connected and better prepared for natural hazards and emergencies.


Submissions will be accepted in each state and territory for business, community, government, schools and photography award categories. The winners from each jurisdiction will be considered for national awards.  The awards are open to all Australians, including but not limited to individuals, not for profit organisations, small and large businesses, local and state government, schools, education institutions, research bodies, and emergency service agencies.


​​COMMUNITY, BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT AWARD
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Do you have a pr​​oject that could  inspire someone else? The Resilient Australia National Award recognises government, businesses, community groups and researchers who build resilience in their area. 


Check out last year's National Award winner, City of Mandurah WA: 

 

​​​SCHOOL AWARD

Has your school delivered a project that made the community more resilient? The Resilient Australia National School Award recognises schools contributing to resilience and safety. 


Check out last year's School Award winner, St. Ives North Public School NSW: 

 

​​​​​​​PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD

Are you a photographer? What does resilience look like to you? 


Check out last year's winner, Summer Mulvey from Queensland: ​


 

The Resilient Australia Awards are managed by the Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience, and proudly sponsored by the Australian Government in conjunction with the states and territories.

Submissions will be accepted until 5:00pm AEST on 31 May 2018, via the online platform: resilient.awardsplatform.com. Enter now!


For details and guidelines, visit www.aidr.org.au/resilient-australia-awards