Communication and Community Engagement

Traditional communication is not enough. The foundation for open and honest partnerships with communities comes from engagement, meaningful and regular communication. Here is what we have to share.

"No you, no me, just us."

In this video Tā Mark Solomon, Kaiwhakahaere o Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, 1...

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All Right? Campaign

Ch.7: Canterbury Earthquake Social Recovery Services and Support video
This...

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Bringing life to vacant spaces

Dr Ryan Reynolds, co-founder of Gap Filler and Life in Vacant Spaces discus...

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Building community resilience: Learning from the Canterbury earthquakes

This report presents the findings of case-study research on six Canterbury...

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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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Building social connectedness

Community-led activities build social connections. This case study summaris...

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CCDU Communications: Promoting the central city

In April 2012, the Government established the Christchurch Central Developm...

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CERA communications – key lessons identified

This resource looks at CERA’s experience communicating in recovery and ex...

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CERA’s communication channels

Post-disaster communications require a multiple channel approach to maximis...

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Canterbury earthquake social recovery services and support

This video series shows you how to support people’s wellbeing following a...

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Christchurch Innovations: Earthquake Support Coordination Service

An integrated service response by multiple support agencies has helped many...

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Christchurch Migrant Inter-Agency Group: Lessons learned following the earthquakes of 22 February 2011

This document discusses the ‘lessons learned’ as a result of the work u...

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"No you, no me, just us."

In this video Tā Mark Solomon, Kaiwhakahaere o Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu, 1998-2016, describes how everyone came together under Kotahitanga to work together and help those affected by the February 20...

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All Right? Campaign

Ch.7: Canterbury Earthquake Social Recovery Services and Support video This video explains the internationally award winning ‘All right?’ social marketing campaign. The ’All right?’ campaign p...

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Bringing life to vacant spaces

Dr Ryan Reynolds, co-founder of Gap Filler and Life in Vacant Spaces discusses the importance of establishing a social infrastructure before a disaster.

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Building community resilience: Learning from the Canterbury earthquakes

This report presents the findings of case-study research on six Canterbury communities after a series of devastating earthquakes in 2010 and 2011.   The research explores how the communities responde...

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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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Building social connectedness

Community-led activities build social connections. This case study summarises events that encouraged neighbourliness through community based activities. It describes the ways in which a recovery agenc...

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CCDU Communications: Promoting the central city

In April 2012, the Government established the Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU), as part of CERA. CCDU’s role was to lead recovery of the central city. The Christchurch Central Recovery P...

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CERA communications – key lessons identified

This resource looks at CERA’s experience communicating in recovery and extracts some key lessons to help guide others.

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CERA’s communication channels

Post-disaster communications require a multiple channel approach to maximise reach and cut-through.  This case study outlines the range of communications channels CERA utilised and explores how messa...

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Canterbury earthquake social recovery services and support

This video series shows you how to support people’s wellbeing following a major natural disaster using an integrated system of psychosocial services and supports. Residents of greater Christchurch e...

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Christchurch Innovations: Earthquake Support Coordination Service

An integrated service response by multiple support agencies has helped many people in the Christchurch community to find shelter and get back on their feet following the Canterbury earthquakes.

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Christchurch Migrant Inter-Agency Group: Lessons learned following the earthquakes of 22 February 2011

This document discusses the ‘lessons learned’ as a result of the work undertaken by the Christchurch Migrant Inter-Agency group, set up to support migrants and refugees following the February 22 e...

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