Programme

On Sunday, 29 Sep there will be an opportunity for all workshop speakers, participants and organisers to meet each other in relaxed setting.

The workshop meet and greet will take place from 4pm in the Police Museum, situated on the Police College grounds.

At the conclusion of the function, you are welcome to take part in a tour of the Police Museum and Police College facilities. Dinner will be served in the Main Dining Room at 5:30pm.

The daily programme for the Civil-Military Interaction Workshop is also available in PDF form.

Daily Programme

MONDAY 30 SEPTEMBER 2013

0815 - 0845

Course Administration

0845 - 0900

Powhiri briefing

0900 - 1000

Powhiri (formal welcome)

1000 - 1030

Morning Tea

1030 - 1100

Course Opening - Keynote speech
Dr Alan Ryan, Executive Director, ACMC

1100 - 1130

Presentation: Civil-Military-Police Interaction -
What is it and why is it important
Greg Elliott, Deputy Executive Director, ACMC

1130 - 1200

Participant Exercise: Expectations

1200 - 1300

Lunch

1300 - 1330

Presentation: The International Legal Framework: What, When, Who and Key Challenges.
Associate Professor Treasa Dunworth, University of Auckland, Faculty of Law

1330 - 1400

Participant Exercise: Putting the legal pieces together

1400 - 1430

Presentation: The Changing Global Context of
Civil-Military Interaction
Dr Beth Greener, Senior Lecturer, School of People Environment & Planning, and Dr Will Fish, Associate Professor in Philosophy, Massey University

1430 - 1500

Participant Exercise: Civ-Mil-Pol Perceptions and Roles

1500 - 1530

Afternoon Tea

1530 - 1630

Panel: International legal framework & guidelines
Larry Maybee (ICRC ), Frances Topa-Fairu (Cook Is RC), Richard Towle (UNHCR), Cdr Chris Griggs (RNZN)

1630 - 1700

Wrap up of the day

1700 - 1900

Social Activity: Visit to Wellington and MFAT Crisis Centre

1930 - 2030

Dinner - Police National HQ

2030 - 2100

Return to RNZPC

 

TUESDAY 1 OCTOBER 2013

0815 - 0830

Brief for the day

0830 - 0900

Participant Exercise: When Does Civ-Mil-Pol Interaction Occur

0900 - 1000

Participant Exercise: Why is Civ-Mil-Pol Interaction Important?

1000 - 1030

Morning Tea

1030 - 1100

Panel: Key Actors
Sean Torbit (MFAT), Sune Gudnitz (UNOCHA), Andrew McKie (NZRC), Jamila Homayun (CID)

1100 - 1200

Participant Exercise: What ensures effective and successful Civ-Mil-Pol Interaction?

1200 - 1300

Lunch

1300 - 1330

Presentation: NZ Govt Disaster Response Plan and guiding principles
Jenny Wells (MFAT)

1330 - 1400

Panel: Regional Coordination Frameworks
Sune Gudnitz (UNOCHA), Sean Torbit (MFAT)

1400 - 1500

Regional presence and capabilities
Jenny Wells (MFAT), Andrew McKie (NZ Red Cross), Jamila Homayun (CID), Sune Gudnitz (UNOCHA), Matthew McNeill (ACMC)

1500 - 1530

Afternoon Tea

1530 - 1630

Participant Presentations: National plans and capabilities

1630 - 1730

Wrap up of day

1730 - 1830

Dinner

1830 - 2200

Quiz Night

 

WEDNESDAY 2 OCTOBER 2013

0815 - 0830

Brief for the day

0830 - 0900

Presentation: Disaster Response Management - Communicating with the public and media
Vince Cholewa (MCDEM)

0900 - 0930

Theme 1 Presentation: Identifying needs and coordinating responses - principles and standards
Sune Gudnitz (UNOCHA)

0930 - 1000

Theme 1 Panel: Working together effectively – challenges and lessons learned
James Mauai (Samoa NDMO), Mike Hartfield (MFAT), Jo Guard (MCDEM)

1000 - 1030

Morning Tea

1030 - 1200

Theme 1 Syndicate Exercise: Initial actions

1200 - 1300

Lunch

1300 - 1330

Theme 2 Presentation: Health sector response - principles and standards
Hamish Lindsay (UNICEF NZ)

1330 - 1400

Theme 2 Panel: Working together effectively in the health sector, challenges and lessons learnt
Rebecca Goodbehere (MoH), TBC

1400 - 1500

Theme 2 Syndicate Exercise: Health response

1500 - 1530

Afternoon Tea

1530 - 1630

Theme 2 Syndicate Exercise cont'd

1630 - 1730

Wrap up of day

1730 - 1830

Dinner

 

THURSDAY 3 OCTOBER 2013

0815 - 0830

Brief for the day

0830 - 0900

Presentation: Exploring the Police Space
John-Erik Jensen (ICRC)

0900 - 0930

Theme 3 Presentation: WASH sector response - principles and standards
Hamish Lindsay (UNICEF NZ)

0930 - 1000

Theme 3 Panel: Working together effectively in the WASH sector, challenges and lessons learnt
Tatua Pese (Tuvalu RC), John Hosea (Oxfam PNG)

1000 - 1030

Morning Tea

1030 - 1200

Theme 3 Syndicate Exercise: WASH response

1200 - 1300

Lunch

1300 - 1330

Theme 4 Presentation: Shelter sector response -  principles and standards
Vuli Gauna (IFRC)

1330 - 1400

Theme 4 Panel: Working together effectively in the shelter sector, challenges and lessons learned
Joanne Persad (CARICOM), Leveni Aho (Tonga NDMO)

1400 - 1500

Theme 4 Syndicate Exercise: Shelter response

1500 - 1530

Afternoon Tea (observe hangi preparation)

1530 - 1630

Theme 4 Syndicate Exercise cont'd

1630 - 1730

Wrap of the day

1800 - 2200

End of Course Function and Hangi

 

FRIDAY 4 OCTOBER 2013

0815 - 0830

Brief for the day

0830 - 0840

Presentation: Overview - Christchurch Earthquake, working together effectively
David Coetzee (MCDEM)

0840 - 1000

Panel: Christchurch Earthquake - challenges and lessons learned
Asst Comm Dave Cliff (Police), David Coetzee (MCDEM), Wg Cdr Andy Scott (NZDF), Murray Mills (MoH), Mike Hartfield (MFAT), Andrew McKie (NZ Red Cross), Jamila Homayun (CID)

1000 - 1030

Morning Tea

1030 - 1200

Participant Exercise: National Action Planning (cont’d)

1200 - 1300

Lunch

1300 - 1340

End of course wrap up

1340 - 1400

Presentation of Certificates

1400 -

Participants disperse