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Resilience and population health

30 Apr 2018

Glasgow's Healthier Future Forum 21
Resilience in Glasgow: where next?

This event was an opportunity to discuss how we can build on the momentum established through Glasgow’s approach to what future challenges and opportunities may be and where the resilience concept can take us next. 

Speakers included Duncan Booker, Glasgow’s Chief Resilience Officer and Sarah Toy, Chief Resilience Officer for Bristol’s resilience strategy. Workshops allowed exploration of areas where resilience responses are being practiced and help contribute to their continuing development.

The workshops focused on early years, social protection, community planning, community engagement and climate adaptation.

Read more on the event and access presentation slides.

Our resilience blog series

Resilience in Glasgow: reflections and connections
The final blog in the series reflects on learning from the Healthier Future Forum and our bloggers' contributions. 

Resilience: where next?
The fifth blog in our series looks back over Glasgow's resilience journey ahead of our forthcoming Healthier Future Forum.

Surprises at work: building resilience through recognition and appreciation
In our fourth blog in the resilience series, Cathy Sharp of Research for Real looks at building resilience in the workplace and the role of appreciative inquiry.

Can Asset Based Community Development build wellbeing and resilience in communities?
This is the third blog in our series looking at resilience and discusses building resilience in community settings.

People make resilient cities
Our blog series now turns to a societal approach to building resilience with a focus on social protection.

Promoting resilience in the early years through citizenship
We are pleased to launch a blog series focused on resilience for population health. The first blog explores building resilience in the early years.

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