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  • Workshop: Resilience - Buzzword or useful concept? CARE Nederland
    Groupe Urgence - Réhabilitation - Développement
    Wageningen University


    Date: 29 - 31 Oct 2012
    Country: France
    City/State: Plaisians
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Workshop: Resilience - Buzzword or useful concept?

MAIN ORGANIZER(S): CARE Nederland (CARE - NL)
Groupe Urgence - Réhabilitation - Développement
Wageningen University

Type: Training Course Date: 29 - 31 Oct 2012 Location: France (Plaisians) Venue: Groupe URD's Headquarters

The aim of this event will be to bring together between 30 and 40 experts (EC representatives, UN agencies, NGOs or research institutes, etc...), to discuss the issues of resilience over two days. It will allow certain key points to be explored, the results of the research project to be presented and the issues involved in the concept of Resilience to be debated in detail.

The conference will use the Open Space method, an approach which encourages creativity, collaboration and personal engagement and which will allow each participant to take an active role in the debates. All the workshops and presentations will be held in English.

Event website: http://www.urd.org/Resilience-buzzword-or-useful



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