|1.||Conceptually map and analyse vulnerabilities to emergencies and disasters including risk assessment amongst diverse populations and communities including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Australia and First Nations peoples internationally;|
|2.||Interrogate contemporary sources of data and discourse on disaster management through a planetary health lens;|
|3.||Advocate for the use of specific and practical frameworks and tools to inform disaster risk reduction, preparedness, response and recovery that fosters ownership and builds resistance;|
|4.||Exemplify a transdisciplinary and planetary health informed strategic response to emergencies and disasters;|
|5.||Interpret statements of ethics, human rights and codes of conduct in disaster management and hypothesise their practical impact.|
|Report||Compose a report from a localised or place-based perspective of a disaster risk reduction or response||35%|
|Performance||Group simulation on transdisciplinary disaster response||50%|
|Presentation||Debate on ethical dilemmas in disasters||15%|
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