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Creating a Memorial for the 2009 Victorian Bushfires

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Students will prepare a response to a scenario-based brief. The scenario will present a professional opportunity for a multi-disciplinary team across the communication and cultural industries. The submission for the assignment should include: A scoping of the issues raised by the scenario in relation to the theories and information explored throughout the semester An outline of an appropriate way to approach the brief given in the scenario, including how an appropriate multidisciplinary project team would be composed An overview of the outcomes and deliverables of the team’s work on the project An overview of your own role within the project, from the perspective of the professional role your major is equipping you for, which identifies your own individual strengths and weaknesses within the multi-disciplinary team. This component should include some reflection on the group task completed for Assignment 2 A reflection on your own professional development to date and career goals and an assessment of how an opportunity like the one described might enhance your professional expertise.

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Creating a Memorial for the 2009 Victorian Bushfires
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Black Saturday bushfires Bushfires in Australia Emergency management in Australia Reactions to the Black Saturday bushfire crisis
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Black Saturday bushfires Bushfires in Australia Emergency management in Australia Reactions to the Black Saturday bushfire crisis
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To this day the events known as the ‘Black Saturday Bushfires’ are regarded as one of Australia's worst natural disasters for the immense loss of life, scale of those injured, homes and infrastructure destroyed (Victorian Bushfires Royal Commissions, 2009). Although entire communities were affected, certain groups were more significantly impacted, such as low income families and single parents. Immediately after the devastation the Australian Government announced a comprehensive Recovery Assistance Package provided a one-off, immediate payment of $1000 per eligible adult and $400 per child. Further the Under the NDRRA, the Victorian Department of Human Services delivered temporary living expense grants up to a maximum of $8650 (INSERT!!!!!!!!!). However, these payments closed on th...
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