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Disaster Governance

Research Assistant Marcel Bandur talks about Disaster Governance course, what is Disaster Governance and other details about a Career in Disaster Governance.




Disaster Governance

Marcel Bandur | Research Assistant | Asia Research Institute






What is Disaster Governance?


You may be curious about a Career in Disaster Governance. Internet is brimming with pages on How to get into Disaster Governance, while one should first understand What is a Career in Disaster Governance. The most authoritative source of information on Disaster Governance is someone with real experience in it.

Research Assistant Marcel Bandur has 5 years of professional experience in Disaster Governance. Research Assistant Marcel Bandur outlines Disaster Governance as:

Disaster Governance involved the strategies through which government authorities, public servants, media, private sector, and civil society coordinate in communities, and on regional and national levels in order to manage and reduce disaster and climate-related risks.





How Research Assistant Marcel Bandur got into Disaster Governance?


After completing a Masters degree in Political Science, I started working as a Research Assistant at the Asia Research Institute in Singapore on issues related to disaster governance in Asia.





Research Assistant Marcel Bandur's Talk on Disaster Governance



Starts with what is:
     1) Disaster Governance  

Next, it covers Education. In this Talk Education was discussed as theoretical topics needed to excel at Disaster Governance, and not as Qualifications needed to enter Disaster Governance. Here is a list of Education items required for Disaster Governance:
     2) Geography and Environment  
     3) Political Science  
     4) Urban Studies  
     5) Economics  
     6) Sociology and Anthropology  
     7) History of Disasters  
     8) Law  

Then, the Talk focuses on the most important component that is Skills. Disaster Governance demands specific Skills which only an experienced professional can lay out. It details these topics within Skills for Disaster Governance:
     9) Analytical  
     10) Interviewing  
     11) Writing and Editing  
     12) Archive Research  
     13) Software  
     14) Presentation  
     15) Networking  

Positives of Disaster Governance are quite interesting. This Talk explains these Positives of Disaster Governance:
     16) Flexible Working Hours  
     17) Freedom to Choose Own Topic  
     18) Opportunity to Travel  
     19) Diverse Career Options  

Challenges are the other side of Positives and Disaster Governance is no exception:
     20) Long Working Hours  
     21) Competition  
     22) Paperwork  
     23) Limited Monetary Rewards  

In the final section of the Talk, Marcel Bandur talks about How a day goes in a Career in:
     24) Disaster Governance  





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How to get into

Disaster Governance?



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The 14 hour process, guided by a LifePage Career Advisor, will help you introspect and check whether your interest in Disaster Governance is merely an infatuation or is it truly something you wish to do for the rest of your life.

Next, your Career Advisor will help you document how you can get into Disaster Governance, what education and skills you need to succeed in Disaster Governance, and what positives and challenges you will face in Disaster Governance.

Finally, you will get a Career Plan stating which Courses, Certifications, Trainings and other Items you need to do in the next 7 years to become world’s best in Disaster Governance.





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Links for this Talk




Research Assistant Marcel Bandur's LifePage:


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https://www.lifepage.in/page/marcelbandur






LifePage Career Talk on Disaster Governance


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[Career]
https://www.lifepage.in/careers/disaster-governance


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[Full Talk]
https://lifepage.app.link/20171116-0001


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[Trailer]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQdtQQflVFA


(Disaster Governance, Marcel Bandur, Asia Research Institute, Public Policy, Research, Governance)







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