The Scottish Government’s Resilient Communities Team is holding a series of online workshops on issues relating to community resilience to emergencies.
The workshops aim to bring together different organisations and individuals to learn from live incidents from a community perspective, share knowledge about what is working well, and to consider the key priorities for empowering and enabling partnership working on community resilience in emergencies.
The first sessions, on 1 March and 15 March, are aimed at community organisations themselves, and will look at what communities, responders and policy makers can learn from each other on community resilience in order to improve outcomes from emergency situations.
This will be followed a session for community resilience practitioners on 23 March, with webinars focused on the impact of climate change and inclusivity on community resilience approaches in April.
You can find out more about these webinars and how to sign up for the sessions here.