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Community-led recovery in the context of emergencies and disaster
Community-led recovery in the context of emergencies and disaster
18 Aug 2015
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Community-Led Recovery in the Context of Emergencies and Disaster: A Case Study of Community Resilience in the 2013 Forcett Tasmania Bushfire

Disaster resilient communities and their resourcefulness to approach and respond in natural hazard events, play a key role in the disaster recovery process. It is critical that the organisational and cultural characteristics of  people living and coping in a bushfire disaster is gathered at a ground level to enable practices that recognise and support local community resilience.

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The Sir Ivan fire. Photo: Nick Moir, Fairfax Media

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