Coping with consular emergencies: four key governmental coordination relationships
When a large number of foreign nationals are affected by a disaster while abroad, their respective governments face public and media pressure to assist their citizens. For governments to evacuate citizens, locate missing, assist injured, support relatives or identify and repatriate the deceased, the foreign ministry must coordinate its personnel, establish a whole-of-government response and cooperate with foreign governments. To better understand how governments coordinate and cooperate...[Show more]
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