Dr Victoria Jack is a practitioner and scholar in the fields of community engagement and crisis communication. Her research examines the social, moral and political consequences of communication between institutions and communities. Victoria has more than 10 years’ experience working in communications, research and advocacy with non-governmental organisations and UN agencies in Australia, Europe, Asia and the Pacific. She has worked in, and written about, community engagement and accountability in situations of forced migration in Greece, Thailand and Myanmar. Victoria is an adjunct lecturer with the Forced Migration Research Network at the University of New South Wales.