Help shape New Zealand’s National Disaster Resilience Strategy
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Have your say about the future of civil defence emergency management in New Zealand. Public consultation on a proposed National Disaster Resilience Strategy for New Zealand is now open.
The strategy sets New Zealand’s vision and long-term goals for civil defence emergency management. It has a strong focus on building community and societal disaster resilience to protect New Zealand’s prosperity and well-being.
Before the strategy is finalised, we want to know what you think. Your input will help us to make the strategy relevant, and better able to meet its objectives, for all New Zealanders.
The strategy is made under the Civil Defence Emergency Management Act 2002 by the Minister of Civil Defence. It will replace the national civil defence emergency management strategy that expires on 9 April 2019.
Please mail or email submissions to the Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management by 5pm, Friday 7 December 2018.
National Disaster Resilience Strategy submissions
Ministry of Civil Defence & Emergency Management
PO Box 5010