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Learning incubator

Through our learning incubator project we collected the stories below from a range of community organisations involved in the Canterbury recovery. We also developed guidance on how to run a learning incubator.

A guide to running your own learning incubator

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Building on strengths to create sustainable growth

Mental Health Education and Resource Centre (MHERC) found the solution to...

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Communicating effectively in recovery

One Voice Te Reo Kotahi was set up following the February 2011 Canterbury e...

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Doing the groundwork before disaster strikes

Sharon Torstonson, Executive Officer of the Social Equity Wellbeing Network...

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Greening the Rubble: When your 'why' changes

This case study explores the inevitable question for organisations working...

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Recovery at the community level: Using your strengths to survive

Becca Bouffandeau's involvement in the New Brighton Project taught her th...

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Strengthening teams so they can support the community

Christchurch Resettlement Services learnt the importance of having a stron...

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The importance of speed and physical space in recovery

Bill Simpson, chair of the Southshore Residents' Association, shares what h...

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What works in recovery can also work in everyday life

Youth volunteer coordinator Jason Pemberton explains how his recovery learn...

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Building on strengths to create sustainable growth

Mental Health Education and Resource Centre (MHERC) found the solution to sustainable growth lay in identifying existing strengths and building on that foundation....

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Communicating effectively in recovery

One Voice Te Reo Kotahi was set up following the February 2011 Canterbury earthquake, to give a voice to Third Sector Organisations, i.e. organisations not formed by the government or private sectors....

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Doing the groundwork before disaster strikes

Sharon Torstonson, Executive Officer of the Social Equity Wellbeing Network (SEWN), shares what actions the organisation took following the earthquakes in Christchurch and some tips for others recove...

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Greening the Rubble: When your 'why' changes

This case study explores the inevitable question for organisations working in recovery: How has our purpose changed, and what will it be moving forward? Greening the Rubble is no exception.

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Recovery at the community level: Using your strengths to survive

Becca Bouffandeau's involvement in the New Brighton Project taught her the importance of knowing your strengths, skills and resources before a disaster happens and planning accordingly.

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Strengthening teams so they can support the community

Christchurch Resettlement Services learnt the importance of having a strong team so that they could support the community. This learning was shared by Manager Shirley Wright and is shown in the i...

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The importance of speed and physical space in recovery

Bill Simpson, chair of the Southshore Residents' Association, shares what helped the organisation boost the community’s morale and recover from the devastating Canterbury earthquakes that reduced So...

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What works in recovery can also work in everyday life

Youth volunteer coordinator Jason Pemberton explains how his recovery learning can be applied beyond the context of a disaster.

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The whole of recovery learning from Canterbury needs to be shared. We welcome your insights, learning and reflections.

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