How can Australians respond in the aftermath of humanitarian disasters?
Join students and staff from RMIT's new Master of Disaster, Design and Development for a public lecture by Tim Costello, exploring how Australians could respond in the aftermath of humanitarian disasters.
This lecture is part of a broader exploration of key challenges in training the next generation of ethical and skilled professionals to work in the humanitarian sector.
Since 2004 Tim has been CEO of World Vision, Australia's largest international development agency. Trained in economics, law, education and theology, Tim has practised law, served as a Baptist minister, and has been active in church and community leadership, local government and national affairs.