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The Council is delighted to announce a presentation by the Executive Director of the Australian Civil-Military Centre, Dr Alan Ryan, to be held in the Ngunnawal Theatre, Buildng R1, Russell, commencing at 1600 hours on Thursday 5 October 2017. You can read Dr Ryan's biography here.
The Australian Civil-Military Centre is a small, but significant, interagency organisation that is a part of the Australian Defence Force Headquarters and works to the Vice Chief of the Defence Force. Though an integral part of Defence, its mission is to support Australian Government departments and agencies to prepare for, prevent and respond to conflicts and disasters overseas. It works across the Australian government, with international government counterparts, international and non-government organisations and the private sector. It builds operational preparedness through concept development, multiagency exercise support, education and training and whole of government lessons-learned.
In this presentation Dr Ryan will discuss how the Centre’s work supports the development of national capability and how the implementation of the national Integrated Approach to operations is a strategic game-changer.
ROYAL UNITED SERVICES INSTITUTE FOR DEFENCE & SECURITY STUDIES-SA
9th October, 2017 Luncheon
Presented by the Royal United Services Institute – South Australia, a not-for-profit organization, established to inform the public on important and significant defence and security matters.
A Presentation by:
Senator Cory Bernardi
“A Conservative’s View of Defence.”
Date: Monday 9 October 2017
Time: 11.30 for 12.00 noon – 2pm
Where: The Combined Ex-Services Mess Association SA Inc
Torrens Parade Ground
Dress Code: Business Attire/Neat Casual
Cost: $35.00 non-members ($30.00 for members)
which includes a two course meal and attendance at the talk.
Lecture only at 1PM - $5 donation
Wine, beer and soft drinks are available for purchase.
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We look forward to seeing you at this event and being a part of the briefing.
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One of the most difficult challenges in post-conflict societies is the establishment of systems to replace the rule of the gun - in other words, the creation of effective policing capabilities.
In this presentation, Dr Tony Murney will reflect on his experiences as a United Nations policing advisor in Afghanistan and Somalia. Police development and reform provide the platform for a discussion designed to provide insights for policy analysts, tacticians and strategists, both past and future.
Before working with the UN, Tony Murney was a senior manager in the International Deployment Group of the Australian Federal Police. You can read his biography here.
Please join us for networking before the presentation in the ADC Mess from 1700 hours.
The United Services Institute of the Australian Capital Territory and the Field Marshal Sir Thomas Blamey Memorial Fund are pleased to announce that the 2017 ACT Blamey Oration will be delivered by former United States Army general, best-selling author and founder of the McChrystal Group, Stan McChrystal.
This special event will be held at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, on Wednesday 22 November 2017 at 1900 for 1930 hours.
The topic for the Oration has not yet been confirmed, but the working title is "Leading in Uncertainty".
Ticket prices will include pre-dinner drinks, a three course dinner and wine at the table.
Registration details will be announced shortly, but please save the date.
Members please note: spouses, partners and other guests are most welcome, but there is no "first guest at member price" discount for this event; your non-member guests will need to join USI of the ACT to secure the member price or be registered at the non-member price.
Due to protocols at this venue, we cannot offer refunds for cancellations after 17 November.
Dress for this event is lounge suit.
The 2017 ACT Blamey Oration is proudly sponsored by L3 Communications Australia, the Australian Army and the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
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