Training event
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Implementing societal resilience in New Zealand

Organizer(s) National Consortium for Societal Resilience [UK+]


11am - 12:30pm EEST


This webinar will explore good practice, developed alongside local communities, of implementing societal resilience in New Zealand.

Dan Neely, Community Resilience and Group Recovery Manager, Wellington Region Emergency Management Office, will share his experiences, lessons, and thoughts on societal resilience to disasters and the creation of the Community Emergency Hub model in New Zealand.

Dan is a powerful advocate for engaging local people in solving local problems and meeting local needs during emergencies (both large and small-scale) as a complimentary part of the emergency management system. His is a unique and compelling narrative encouraging us all to think differently about delivering societal resilience using complementary community development and emergency management approaches.

This event is jointly organised by the National Consortium for Societal Resilience (NCSR+) with the Resilience Beyond Observed Capabilities (RBOC) Network+ project. NCSR+ / RBOC+ webinars are designed for resilience practitioners, resilience partnerships and partner organisations to share insights and lessons on developing societal resilience.

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