Archive Webinar: Reality of Resilience Part 2 - From Learning to Practice

  • By Margot
  • 07/01/2016

Photo: Climate Centre

7 January, 1PM GMT / How can the information about 'what works to strengthen resilience' produced through Reality of Resilience be put into practice? The BRACED KM Learning and Uptake team will present ideas for innovative ways of getting learning into use including Theater of the Oppressed, interactive games, factsheets and more. We don't have all the answers however, so this will be followed by an interactive discussion with participants about learning across scales. Bring ideas to share about how we can incorporate learning into our projects, to benefit beneficiaries, and the climate resilience community at large!

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