Shaping Australia’s resilience: Policy development for uncertain futures

Australia21 hosted a conference in 2010 that examined the application of resilience thinking to public policy. The conference brought thinkers, researchers and policy makers together to determine how a resilience lens can help to build a brighter future in uncertain times.

 

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Shaping Australia’s Resilience: Policy development for uncertain futures, Conference booklet 18-19 February 2010.

The conference theme was addressed in four categories – Overview, Conceptualisation, Diagnosis, Implementation.

 

 

Here is a selection of the papers

Overview

Dr Brian Walker: Resilience for the future

Greg Bourne: The resilience challenge

Professor Bob Douglas: Individual societal and systems resilience

Conceptualisation

Professor Quinten Grafton: Resilience thinking and economics

Dr Graham Marshall: Conceptualising resilience in environment, agriculture and water

Diagnosis

Professor Bob Montgomery: Individual and organisational resilience

Professor Riane Eisler: Communities

Implementation

Professor Stephen Dovers: Environmental Agriculture/Water- Implementation workshop

Dr Theresia Citraningtyas: Beyond Resilience. Transforming disaster by transforming ourselves and our systems

 

Dinner Speaker

Robyn Archer AO: Resilience in the Arts

 

 

 

 

 

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