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The Resilient communities oral history project documents the resilience of Australian communities impacted by acts of terrorism since 2001. It seeks to document how these events are remembered and commemorated both officially and privately, whether the events were catalysts for change and the nature of that change and how the community sees the future. This project has been partly funded with a grant from the United States Embassy in Canberra.
Ric Smith, former Australian Ambassador to Indonesia at the time of the 2002 Bali Bombings was interviewed about his involvement in this event as part of Beyond the cables - Australian Ambassadors to China oral history project held at ORAL TRC 6440/4 (vn6155102)
Recorded from 23 April 2012- [ongoing].
||September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001. | Bali Bombings, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia, 2002. | London Terrorist Bombings, London, England, 2005. | Highjacking of aircraft. | Terrorism -- United States. | Terrorism -- England -- London. | Terrorism -- Indonesia -- Kuta (Kuta) | Terrorism victims' families -- Australia. | Resilience (Personality trait) | National security.
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