4 edition of Resiliency and Capacity Building in Inner-City Learning Communities found in the catalog.
by Portage & Main Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Laura Sokal (Editor), Dawn Sutherland (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
Building Community Resilience: Learning from the Canterbury earthquakes Inner City East marae communities1 strengthening the resilience of communities. Resilience-building efforts need to be developed by and with community leaders, and supported by authorities. Getting to know communities, and understanding community dynamics, is vital. model for capacity building that is based on a review of literature regarding civil soci-ety, sustainable development, and organizational management. They use the theory from these three bodies of literature to demonstrate how nonproﬁt capacity is inter-twined with community capacity. The resulting model offers a new perspective on how.
She holds a doctorate in organizational behavior and is the author of five books and numerous journal articles and case studies. ATLAS draws heavily on the principles in Nonprofit Lifecycles, Dr. Stevens’ award-winning book first published in ATLAS is a stage-based approach to building capacity and developing organizational resilience. Investing In Community Resilience: Deploying Trauma-Informed Practice for Funders & Capacity Builders. As a Cooperative Extension professional, your passion for building just, healthy, resilient communities is evident. Until recently, we have been missing critical information that can help us develop best practices to achieve such a goal.
Human capital and international program or projects designed for sustainable development, resilient communities and people. International program and project management, donor funded initiatives, security sector reform, and collaboration with international organizations NATO, UN, . Resilience can be defined as the capacity of a community to recover from disasters and from other problems, such as violence and economic downturns, and emerge stronger and better able to withstand future adverse events [6,7,8]. Much of the prior resilience research has been conducted in the context of disasters and other traumatic by: 2.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: The street school: a thumb in a leaky dike / Jerry Ameis --Needing to belong: networks of risk and resilience / Laura Sokal --The case for capacity building as a pedagogical goal in the science classroom Resiliency and Capacity Building in Inner-City Learning Communities book Dawn Sutherland --Early childhood--the first tier: Canadian policy.
Resiliency and Capacity Building in Inner-city Learning Communities Dawn Leigh Sutherland,Laura Sokal — Education Author: Dawn Leigh Sutherland,Laura Sokal. This book introduces this promising approach and provides K–5 education professionals with clear explanations of current research and dozens of practical, creative ideas to help them: View poor academic and social progress through a trauma-sensitive lens.
Create a school climate that fosters safety and resiliency in vulnerable children/5(16). Book Description. Community Capacity and Resilience in Latin America addresses the role of communities in building their capacity to increase resiliency and carry out rural development strategies in Latin America.
Resiliency in a community sense is associated with an ability to address stress and respond to shock while obtaining participatory engagement in community assessment.
Fourth, over time, the term capacity building was replaced with capacity development, reflecting a growing realisation that existing capacities need to be developed rather than built afresh. Capacity needed to be viewed as something inherently linked to actors’ own motivations, drive and sense of purpose.
Further, existing capacities –File Size: KB. Disaster Resilience and Capacity Building. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Disasters, the Whole Community, and Development as Capacity Building making a vital contribution to the literature on disaster management, disaster resilience, and sustainable development.
The book collects twenty-three chapters, examining theoretical issues and. Building resilient and strong neighbourhoods is more important than ever, especially in the face of climate change and other societal stressors. To face these challenges, neighborhood and small grassroots groups are organizing across cities in Ontario.
These groups strengthen their local communities by focusing on initiatives such as sharing resources, establishing community gardens. Rural communities have often been viewed as “behind” or less progressive than urban centers (Thomas, Lowe, Fulkerson, & Smith, ).This point of view is driven by a concept called urbanormativity, or the view that urban space in the USA is the norm, and rural communities are abnormal (Thomas et al., ).Urbanormativity contributes to the marginalization of rural spaces and communities Author: Allison R.
Fleming, Noel A. Ysasi, Debra A. Harley, Malachy L. Bishop. communities identified threats that included drought, land shortages, population pressures, deforestation, soil erosion, pests, and diseases. Thus far, using the CM-DRR model and PDRA tool, REAAP has helped communities in kebeles3 to recognize important needs and build pathways to resilience against future shocks.
By Karen ThoresonEverything can be taken from a man but one thing, the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” — Viktor Frankl, neurologist, psychiatrist, and Holocaust survivor“[We are] using 20th century solutions for 21st century problems.” — Peggy Merriss, city manager, Decatur, Georgia.
Finally, using the example of community-based coastal management in Trinidad and Tobago they demonstrates that community-based management enhances adaptive capacity in two ways: by building networks that are important for coping with extreme events and by retaining the resilience of the underpinning resources and ecological systems.
Provides information about building community resilience, helping communities improve their capacity to respond effectively to natural or man-made disasters or acts of terrorism. This guidebook includes strategies to put in place before an incident occurs to enhance a community's ability to improve its outcomes after an event.
Capacity Building for Disaster Resilience in Rural Communities. determines a community’s building capacity. A high level of these four factors helps The Inner City the Underclass.
Linked to this, empowerment seems to be an important component of the concept of resilience because, in order to develop community resilience, community members have to be able to actively engage in building the capacity to thrive in an environment characterized by change (Skerratt and Steiner, p.
).Cited by: 7. The Assessments, Journaling Activities, and Educational Handouts in The Building Resiliency Workbook are reproducible and ready to be photocopied for participants’ use. Assessments contained in this book focus on self-reported data and are similar to those used by psychologists, counselors, therapists and marriage and family therapists.
Key actions that communities could take to build and measure their resilience include: (1) building community engagement and buy-in to develop resilience goals and priorities; (2) accounting for the multiple dimensions of a community—natural, built, social, financial, human, and political—to identify resilience needs and challenges and develop resilience goals; (3) linking community resilience measurement.
Community resilience is comprised of factors such as leadership, collective efficacy, social cohesion and place attachment. Physical components such as infrastructure and resources are additional aspects (Cutter et al.,Cohen et al.,Ungar, ).
Building of community resilience capacityCited by: Everyone, regardless of age or circumstances, has the capacity for resilience. It just needs to be tapped. The three major protective factors that help us mitigate adversity and nourish personal strength are caring relationships, high expectations, and opportunities to participate and contribute.
Resilience isn't just for people from high-risk environments; affluent communities can be. Community Capacity Building; Family Development & Early Intervention Family and Community Resilience.
Ungar has published over peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on the subject of resilience and is the author of 15 books for mental health professionals, researchers and parents. One Reply to “Nurturing Resilience Through.
For example, community capacity is based on the development of sustainable skills, resources, and structures. 15 The capacity of a program is sustained when its effects are multiplied through the work of a network of organizations. 6 Capacity building can be seen as both a determinant of sustainability and an outcome of by:.
Investing In Community Resilience: Deploying Trauma-Informed Practice for Funders & Capacity Builders As a Cooperative Extension professional, your passion for building just, healthy, resilient communities is evident. Until recently, we have been missing critical information that can help us develop best practices to achieve such a goal.Theme 1: assume change and uncertainty.
The first key urban resilience strategy is assume change and this is the same as Wilkinson's () first key strategy, a number of changes have been made within this theme. Like Wilkinson's () framework, buffering is considered an attribute of the updated first theme.
Buffering or ‘buffer capacity’ helps a system Cited by: 2.and strengthen community resilience. The BCR framework facilitates collaboration across organizations and systems that may not have a health-related mission but are critical to influencing health outcomes and building community resilience – such as criminal justice, housing, education and the faith-based Size: 1MB.