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Title: Building a Movement: Community Development and Community Resilience in Response to Extreme Events - End of Project Report
Author(s): Engstrom, Sandra
Docherty, Paul
Robertson, Tony
Contact Email: tony.robertson@stir.ac.uk
Citation: Engstrom S, Docherty P & Robertson T (2019) Building a Movement: Community Development and Community Resilience in Response to Extreme Events - End of Project Report. National Centre for Resilience. Stirling, UK. https://extremeevents.stir.ac.uk/files/2019/12/Community-Resilience-to-Extreme-Events-Final-Report-Dec-2019.pdf
Keywords: community resilience
extreme events
Issue Date: 20-Dec-2019
Abstract: First paragraph: This project aimed to develop understanding of the current enactment of community resilience in Scotland through gathering multi-generational, multi-event scenario perspectives and combining these with insight from communities, the voluntary sector and statutory organisations. This was explored through collaborative discussion, knowledge sharing and key interviews. Through building a narrative of these experiences we contribute to a greater understanding of community resilience and form the foundations for sustainable, positive changes in people’s lives and communities.
Type: Project Report
URL: https://extremeevents.stir.ac.uk/files/2019/12/Community-Resilience-to-Extreme-Events-Final-Report-Dec-2019.pdf
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/30770
Rights: The site for this project is at: https://extremeevents.stir.ac.uk/projects/building-a-movement-community-development-and-community-resilience-in-response-to-extreme-events/
Affiliation: Social Work
Literature and Languages - Division
Health Sciences Stirling
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