Resilience scan July-September 2016: A review of literature, debates and social media activity on resilience

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This ‘resilience scan’ summarises writing and debates in the field of resilience during the third quarter of 2016, focussing primarily on the context of developing countries as well as gender equality and resilience. The scan will be of particular interest to those implementing resilience projects and policies and those seeking summaries of current debates in resilience thinking. It comprises insights on the key international policy processes in 2016, analysis of Twitter activity on resilience, and summaries of high impact grey literature and academic journal articles. The final chapter synthesises the insights from literature in terms of 5 characteristics of resilience- awareness, diversity, self regulation, integration and adaptiveness

Resilience scan July-September 2016: A review of literature, debates and social media activity on resilience
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