Collaboration and Partnership

There are many examples of businesses, organisations and community groups working together to help their communities. Here is what we have to share.

Community Forum: Advocates for the people of greater Christchurch

An overview of the Community Forum – a key community representative group...

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Contributing more: Improving the role of business in recovery

This report draws on the experiences of those involved in the Canterbury ea...

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Coordinating other recovery work

CERA’s ‘support programmes’ function monitored, supported and coordin...

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Developing the Recovery Strategy for Greater Christchurch

A case study on how the Recovery Strategy for Greater Christchurch was deve...

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Effectivess and efficiency of arrangements to repair pipes and roads in Christchurch

This report is one of a series and covers one of the most significant and c...

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Follow-up audit: Effectivess and efficiency of arrangements to repair pipes and roads in Christchurch

In November 2013, the Office of the Auditor General examined how the Canter...

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Leadership in communities (LinC) cohort 1 evaluation

The Leadership in Communities (LinC) Project is designed specifically to su...

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Learning from the Ministry of Social Development’s contribution to the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Efforts

This paper contributes focuses on the role of the Ministry of Social Develo...

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Lessons identified from coordinating other recovery work

This resource outlines key lessons from CERA’s experience of supporting a...

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Roles, responsibilities, and funding of public entities after the Canterbury earthquakes

This report discusses the response of public entities. The recovery calls f...

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Te Kowatawata: The dawn of a new city

Te Kōwatawata provides a snapshot at a point of time of the contribution t...

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Community Forum: Advocates for the people of greater Christchurch

An overview of the Community Forum – a key community representative group set up under the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Act 2010 to have input into decision-making.

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Contributing more: Improving the role of business in recovery

This report draws on the experiences of those involved in the Canterbury earthquakes. It explores the way in which the different capabilities, expertise and resources of businesses can be used to impr...

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Coordinating other recovery work

CERA’s ‘support programmes’ function monitored, supported and coordinated the development of recovery programmes led by other organisations. Several groups within CERA were given responsibility...

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Developing the Recovery Strategy for Greater Christchurch

A case study on how the Recovery Strategy for Greater Christchurch was developed by the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) including the consultation process, how it changed over time, im...

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Effectivess and efficiency of arrangements to repair pipes and roads in Christchurch

This report is one of a series and covers one of the most significant and complex contracts in the Canterbury rebuild to rebuild the roads and underground water, wastewater, and stormwater pipes in Ch...

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Follow-up audit: Effectivess and efficiency of arrangements to repair pipes and roads in Christchurch

In November 2013, the Office of the Auditor General examined how the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority, the New Zealand Transport Agency, and Christchurch City Council were managing the rebuild...

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Leadership in communities (LinC) cohort 1 evaluation

The Leadership in Communities (LinC) Project is designed specifically to support and enhance local leadership and recognised change agents drawn from the voluntary, NGO and also central and local gove...

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Learning from the Ministry of Social Development’s contribution to the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Efforts

This paper contributes focuses on the role of the Ministry of Social Development (MSD) in the 2010-11 Canterbury earthquake recovery efforts. MSD welcomes the opportunity to reflect on the scope and e...

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Lessons identified from coordinating other recovery work

This resource outlines key lessons from CERA’s experience of supporting and coordinating recovery work led by external agencies and organisations.

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Roles, responsibilities, and funding of public entities after the Canterbury earthquakes

This report discusses the response of public entities. The recovery calls for many public entities to work in new and challenging ways. As this report shows, the administrative arrangements for the re...

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Te Kowatawata: The dawn of a new city

Te Kōwatawata provides a snapshot at a point of time of the contribution that Ngāi Tahu and Ngā Mata Wākā have made to the recovery of Greater Christchurch (from 2010 to 2015).     The report...

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