Communities Prepared launches its new film to showcase the long-term impact of this national community resilience programme.
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Dr. Sandra Engstrom, a lecturer in social work at the University of Stirling, explores the meaning of community resilience in the time of Covid-19.
Community action is more important than ever before. We’ve launched a public health volunteer training course in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
With the country experiencing the impact of climate emergency, how can we find ways to live with long-term flood risk. Teresa Bridgeman discusses.
Dr Monica Rivas Casado, Cranfield University discusses the use of drone technology in flood emergency response.
Funding and assistance from Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is enabling priority communities in Dorset and Wiltshire to overcome common barriers to community resilience.
Dr Evangelos Ntontis, Lecturer in Social Psychology at Canterbury Christ Church University, discusses novel insights into community resilience based on research on the social psychological theory of groups.
At the end of a wonderfully busy year, the Communities Prepared team thank everyone for their support and look ahead to events planned in 2020.
Ahead of Christmas, Paul Robertson, Senior Coordinator of Bradford on Avon Community Emergency Volunteer Team, discusses how his team of snow wardens supports the community in winter.