The rapidly changing global landscape and Australia’s unique global position, has underlined the need for individuals, businesses and government to work together for the common good. A National Resilience Platform would allow stakeholders
- to collaboratively analyse vulnerabilities across key domains along with the cascading impact
- to understand the capabilities needed across the value chain of each domain and Australia’s vital areas of interest for assets which should remain Australian-owned
- a common baseline for discussion and policy design.
The platform would map the plethora of public and private initiatives underway in Australia to offer a cohesive overview and create a national register of stakeholders to improve collaboration.
The platform is also intended to support the proposed National Resilience Institute to draw on a broad range of technical knowledge, domestic experience and international expertise to become a ‘lighthouse’ for best practice in preparing for threats, minimising their impact and reducing their costs.
In partnership with
Global Access Partners
Institute For Integrated Economic Research