After an introduction on the concepts of resilience, some methods to measure resilience were discussed. In two groups, the questions of ‘resilience of what’, ‘resilience to what’ and ‘resilience through what’ were explored in concrete systems.
On 16 October 2023 a Uni4Coop team participated in the seminar “Mangroves and human societies” in Paris? organized by the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle. Uni4Coop presented ongoing research in the framework of social-ecological resilience.
This 4-pager discusses the link between Social-Ecological Resilience (SER) and the sustainable development paradigm and describes what the added value of the SER-approach is in international cooperation.
This one hour seminar gave an overview of ongoing and upcoming actions, including information on (a) clarification of the added value of the resilience approach; (b) research on methodologies to apprehend resilience; and (c) results of country workshops.
On 25-26/4/2023 SECORES participated in the conference “Is climate change adaptation all about water?” organized by ENABEL. SECORES explained the holistic approach of social-ecological resilience and the link with water and climate.
This International Conference on Biodiversity from 6 till 11 March 2023 addressed current and future challenges. SECORES framed biodiversity into the holistic approach of social-ecological resilience in an interactive half-day workshop.
Supported by the JSF of DRC, SECORES organized a participatory workshop on 3 March 2023 involving Congolese and Belgian actors discussing the concept of social-ecological resilience, good practices and challenges and some possible ways forward.
The seminar aimed at establishing a shared understanding of ‘social-ecological resilience’ and its importance to all actors. After a plenary session, participants presented the challenges, inspiring ideas and good practices in 4 working groups.
This conference focused on the cross-impact of climate change and education. SECORES presented the concept of social-ecological resilience, how climate change and education fit in it and why it is important to have a holistic approach.
Together with the Burundi JSF, SECORES organized a participatory workshop involving Burundian and Belgian actors. The concept and of social-ecological resilience was explained followed by exchange of good practices and challenges in working groups.
The JSF Uganda and SECORES organised a workshop in Kampala for reflection and exchange on resilience of social-ecological systems. Different possible ways forward were suggested as case studies, working on tools or exchange on specific topics.
The Belgian Coalition Against Hunger organized an exchange sustainable food systems and the link with several transversal themes. SECORES participated in the workshop on biodiversity explaining the holistic concept and the link with agriculture.
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