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This panel will discuss the different dimensions of resilience from a social science viewpoint. It will both provide theoretical reflections on the concept (in its different approaches) and concrete of examples of how resilience materialise in practice in a wide range of settings, e.g. urban and rural, wealthy and poorer, lowland and mountain, coastal and inland. The panel will also considers tools and frameworks for fostering resilience at different scales. The panel will draw upon the extensive experience of an array of speakers whose backgrounds include geography, planning, social work, community development, anthropology and political science.
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National Science Challenge: Building Better Homes Towns and Cities Interactive Workshop
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The workshop is an interactive workshop on transforming the building industry. The workshop will focus on how to transform the building industry through building better industry resilience. Key features will be presentations from leading national and international speakers on building resilience and ways of transforming the building industry, including transforming people, technologies, processes and improving innovation. The speakers will be followed by a facilitated round table discussion and feedback session. This workshop is sponsored by the Building Better Homes Towns and Cities National Science Challenge.
Full details of the challenge can be found at: http://www.buildingbetter.nz/
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Date: Thursday 8th September
Time: Session 5, 1.30pm – 3pm
Venue: Case Room 2
The workshop will provide invitees the unique opportunity to hear from a select panel of delegates from the Pacific on the most important issues their nations face in relation to climate adaptation and resilience building and then to discuss in an open forum the possible opportunities for New Zealand organizations to help these nations address these issues. The workshop is made possible by funding from New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
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Workshop coordinators: Sandeeka Mannakkara, The University of Auckland, James Rotimi, Auckland University of Technology, Srinath Perera, Northumbria University, Naseem Ameer Ali, Massey University
Date: Thursday 8th September
Time: Session 4, 10.30am – 12.15pm
Session 5, 1.30pm – 3.15pm
Session 6, 3.30pm – 5.45pm
Venue: OGGB 5
This doctoral workshop aims to explore research on Building Resilience with specific attention to disaster preparedness and response. Although building ‘resilient’ systems has long been prioritised by both industry and academia, an awareness of increasing natural and man-made hazards has renewed the call for alternative conceptual and operational understandings of disaster management concepts and operations. PhD students will be presenting their current research and discussing their research in resilience and resilience related field. The workshop will provide a platform for doctoral candidates from different disciplines to share their theoretical and empirical insights on research relating to building resilience and receive feedback from national and international experts.
Workshop convener: Chamindi Malalgoda, University of Huddersfield
Date: Thursday 8th September 2016
Time: Session 6, 3.30pm – 5pm
Venue: Case Room 2
CADRE (Collaborative Action towards Disaster Resilience Education) is an EU funded project that aims to identify current and emerging labour market demands in the construction industry with a view to mainstreaming disaster resilience within the construction process. The workshop aims are (1) To disseminate the knowledge gaps that have emerged from the study, to mainstream disaster resilience within the construction process and (2) To refine and validate the DProf framework that has developed to address the knowledge gaps, and identify key themes that need further investigation.
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The following are closed workshops which are being held at the conference for invited participants. Although these are closed sessions, please check with the convenors as there may be opportunities to participate if spaces become available.
WORKSHOP 6 (invited participants only):
National Science Challenge Workshop: Resilience to Nature’s Challenges
Workshop Convenor: Professor Suzanne Wilkinson, The University of Auckland
Date: Friday 9th September 2016
Time: Session 7, 2.00pm – 4.00pm
Venue: Case Room 3
This workshop aims to understand how to make cities resilient. The workshop will discuss lessons for building city-wide resilience from Christchurch, Wellington and internationally and apply these lessons to the question of “How can we make Auckland resilient?” The workshop will feature talks from the Rockefeller Foundation, 100 Resilient Cities, Chief Resilience Officer from Wellington, Mike Mendonca and the Chief Resilience Officer from Christchurch, Mike Gillooly, together with Dr Peter Williams, from IBM and part of the management team for the UNISDR Disaster Resilience Scorecard for Cities.
Full details of the National Science Challenge: Resilience to Nature’s Challenges can be found at: http://resiliencechallenge.nz/
WORKSHOP 7 (invited participants only):
UNISDR WORKING GROUP MEETING
Working Group Convenor: Professor Dilanthi Amaratunga, University of Hattersfil
Date: Wednesday 7th September 2016
Time: Session 3, 3.30pm – 5.00pm
Venue: Case Room 3
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