The Deliberative Democracy Consortium

Mar 30th
Text size
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
Home Workshops Sydney 2011 Research Proposals Disaster response and deliberation - building climate change resilience

Disaster response and deliberation - building climate change resilience

E-mail Print PDF

Using current (QLD/VIC) and emergent disasters as an action research space to

  1. understand current processes.
  2. understand how deliberative democracy processes can be embedded within disaster recovery.
  3. understand how D&D can impact on the way communities respond to climate change
  4. provide recommendations and an action plan/s for future interventions.


  • Disasters can provide an opportunity and a catalyst for change
  • Using / recognising D&D potential to assist with smoother transitions from response to recovery and to reinvention.
  • Interested in broadening the conversations through mainstream and social media.
  • Finding ways to scale up these approaches, including D&D from local to global level.

Comments (2) (sent to twitter)

Subscribe to this comment's feed
It would be great to build this as a module into the current CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) training.
CindyB , 06 Feb 2011 06:20 AM
Scale Up for D&D
This is a huge challenge. Even designing a conference to discuss what needs to be considered is a huge undertaking.
Tom , 04 Feb 2011 11:28 PM

Write comment

This content has been locked. You can no longer post any comments.


Picture Gallery


Created by SopanTech Solutions