Policy-Brief on the added value of the Social-Ecological Resilience approach in international cooperation
Find here a policy-brief on the added value of the resilience approach.
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This policy-brief 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 offering strategic guidance at organisational or project level. To put SER into practice, we consider 5 key questions:
- Scope (resilience of what?)
- Objective (resilience to what end?)
- Target audience (resilience for whom?)
- Disturbances (resilience to what?)
- Approach (resilience through what?)
Two hypothetical examples describe how the SER approach could look like.
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For more information, visit the website of SECORES, the Belgian Network on Social-Ecological Resilience, to which CEBioS belongs.
Discover other CEBioS-related policy-briefs here.