Webinar: STRENGTHENING RESILIANCE

March 5

TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2013 | 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM (PST)

THROUGH THIS WEBINAR:

LEARN about the key characteristics of a resilient community, and how using a “resilience lens” can complement community sustainability efforts
DISCUSS how community leaders, planners, and citizens are fostering greater resilience at the neighbourhood and community levels
EXPLORE inspiring examples of how communities and neighbourhoods are building their capacity for resilience through policy, planning, partnerships and community engagement.


A resilient community or neighbourhood has the capacity to respond and adapt to the social, environmental and economic challenges. Join us online at no cost for this interactive webinar exploring the key characteristics of resilient communities and opportunities and strategies to strengthen resilience at the local level. Click here to register.


WITH SPECIAL PRESENTERS:

MICHELLE COLUSSI, Canadian Centre for Community Renewal More
SARAH AMYOT, Community Social Planning Council of Greater Victoria More
ROB WIPOND, Transition Victoria More
STACY BARTER, Smart Planning for Communities, Fraser Basin Council More

To read the presenters’ bios please click here >>

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE:

• Community Members and Community Organizations
• Community & Neighbourhood Associations
• Local Service Providers
• Non-Governmental Organizations
• Local Government Representatives
• Community developers and planners

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED: TO REGISTER CLICK HERE

For more information please contact BC Healthy Communities at bchc@bchealthycommunities.ca
Phone: 250-356-0876 / Web: www.bchealthycommunities.ca

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