Organisation

Australian Red Cross

Briefing paper

Healthy social connections

The Social Connection model reflects key aspects of social connection that have been raised by a diverse body of research and acknowledges the changing nature of contemporary social life.
Report

Everyday humanitarianism during the 2019/2020 Australian bushfire crisis

The specific purpose of this rapid scoping project is to identify, describe and, where possible, map the location of the humanitarian behaviours enacted by individuals and community groups in response to the bushfire crisis. This focus of this study is on the activities and initiatives...
Report

Going local: achieving a more appropriate and fit-for-purpose humanitarian ecosystem in the Pacific

Asking, what would a successfully localised disaster management ecosystem in the Pacific look like, and what changes do Red Cross and the broader humanitarian system need to make to get there?, This report presents the findings of research conducted across the Pacific region in 2017...
Report

Mapping humanitarian action on Instagram

Humanitarianism is changing with the digital age and with new modes of networked communication and interaction. The research presented in this report offers new insights into the way people engage with humanitarian activities in their local contexts and everyday lives.
Report

Serious transfusion incident report 2013-14 summary

AboutThis Serious Transfusion Incident Report (STIR) 2013-14 summary captures two main categories of incidents — clinical and procedural.