Call for papers from scholars, practitioners or product and service providers interested in presenting at this event
Hosting major conferences of Australia’s key law enforcement, corrective services and enabling technology organisations, CIVSEC 2020 will provide a forum for public debate on the civil security issues facing nations in the Indo-Asia-Pacific.
CIVSEC 2018 engaged 55 Australian and international agencies, hosting conferences of the Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency (ANZPAA), DST’s National Security Science and Technology Centre (NSSTC) and the Australian Association for Unmanned Systems (AAUS), among others.
CIVSEC 2020 will deliver four conference theatrettes as part of its exhibition and conference program. Each will focus on one of four themes linked to the broader civil security environment:
Each presenter will be allocated 20-25 minutes to make their presentation and to answer questions from the audience.
Each presentation should address one of the theatrette themes and also one or more of the following points:
NOTE: For the purposes of CIVSEC, “civil security outcomes” are defined as risk management approaches that minimise either the likelihood/threat or consequences of an event arising from natural or human causes, including (but not limited to):
Selection of presenters will be at the discretion of the CIVSEC Advisory Panel and the Executive Manager: Civil Security for the hosting organisation (Industry Defence and Security Australia Limited) based on the synopsis / executive summary submitted during the registration of interest process.KEY DATES
|Abstracts Submissions Open & Call for Papers||20 May 2019|
|Abstracts Submission Deadline||16 August 2019|
|Author Acceptance Notification||13 September 2019|
|Registrations Open||COMING SOON|
|Full Paper Submission Deadline||6 December 2019|
To register your interest
To register your interest in being a presenter at CIVSEC 2020, please CLICK HERE
Additional advice for potential presenters
CIVSEC provides a forum and venue. It does not however guarantee an audience for the presentations made. While CIVSEC is publicised and marketed within the wider national security environment, the organisers also strongly recommend that presenters add to this process by marketing their own involvement through encouraging professional contacts and other interested parties to attend the event, which is free to register for and attend.
Limited financial assistance is available for selected presenters to help with travel and associated costs regarding attendance. If your selection is confirmed and you require assistance to attend, please raise this with me at that time.