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The Manchester Briefing (Issue 50)

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Guidance for self-reflection on Recovery and Renewal Introduction As part of our ESRC funded project on Recovery, Renewal, Resilience (RRR) we committed to designing a self-evaluation methodology...

The Manchester Briefing (Issue 49)

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Operationalising ISO 22393: Seven steps to plan recovery and renewal Produced by Professor Duncan Shaw (duncan.shaw-2@manchester.ac.uk) and David Powell (david.powell@manchester.ac.uk), University of...

The Manchester Briefing (Issue 48)

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Co-producing strategy for societal resilience Introduction Co-production is a popular approach to service design and delivery and has been found to exist in all sectors of public services including...

The Manchester Briefing (Issue 47)

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This month's TMB discusses 'whole-of-society resilience’ and presents a definition of it from the National Consortium for Societal Resilience [UK+]. We write how there may not be one single...

The Manchester Briefing (Issue 46)

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In this first Manchester Briefing of 2022 we explore opportunities for community recovery and resilience through commemoration. This article, contributed by colleagues at the University of North...

The Manchester Briefing (Issue 45)

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This month's Manchester Briefing presents Part 2 of the important topics for recovery and renewal that have been covered over the last 18 months. Part 1 appeared in last month's TMB Issue 44 and all...

The Manchester Briefing (Issue 44)

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This month’s Manchester Briefing offers an early definition of ‘whole-of-society resilience’ which aims to support the development of a shared understanding of this new term. We explore the meaning...

Khartoum: City Scoping Study (June 2021)

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Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, is situated at the confluence of the Blue and the White Nile. Settlement at this location dates back millennia, but urbanisation accelerated with military fortification by...

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