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GADMC Awards Ceremony details

We welcome you to join us at the inaugural GADMC Awards Ceremony which is being held online via Zoom on Saturday 31 July at 10am (AEST/Brisbane/Melbourne).

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Awards Ceremony: Save the date

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ITS NOT TOO LATE TO REGISTER

Even once the conference has started you can register and join GADMC. All you need to do is register and an automated email will provide you Zoom Webinar access details. GADMC is free and now capped at 3,000 delegates.

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Win a Reach & Rescue pole!

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Donate $10 to help GADMC

Every little bit helps us put on this ground breaking global event. You can now directly support GADMC by making a donation online.

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Professor Leslie Irvine to open GADMC

We are pleased to announce that pioneering animal disaster management researcher Professor Leslie Irvine is our opening speaker at GADMC.

Leslie Irvine is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Animals and Society Certificate Program at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her research during Hurricane Katrina formed the basis for her book, Filling the Ark: Animal Welfare in Disasters. Her other books include My Dog Always Eats First, which examines homeless people’s relationships with their companion animals, and If You Tame Me, which provides evidence for a sense of self among animals. Leslie has also studied animal sheltering, animal abuse, animals in popular culture, and the feminization of veterinary medicine.

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WAP joins GADMC as Platinum Sponsor

World Animal Protection (WAP) has been helping protect animals from disaster around the world for over 50 years. From disaster risk reduction programmes, developing local capacity, advocating for animal inclusive disaster laws and plans, and responding to disasters, WAP has has joined GADMC as its Platinum Sponsor.

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AIDR partners to publish with GADMC

The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience (AIDR) has partnered with GADMC to provide publishing opportunities for presenters in a special edition of the Australian Journal of Emergency Management.

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