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.

"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
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Building social connectedness

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

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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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Collaborative communications

Following a disaster there can be information overload as various organisat...

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Community Forum: Advocates for the people of greater Christchurch

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

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Community led recovery

Ch.6: Canterbury Earthquake Social Recovery Services and Support video
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Community resilience

Ch.3: Understanding Social Recovery report
This chapter discusses CERA’s...

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Delivering practical assistance and care to residents in need

St Christopher's Christchurch Community Response and New Zealand Red Cross...

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Development of the Community in Mind Strategy and Shared Programme of Action

CERA coordinated the development of a high level strategy to guide psychoso...

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Engaging with communities in a recovery context

This guide outlines tips for recovery practitioners engaging with affected...

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Find and Fix, Winter Make it Right

Ch.8: Canterbury Earthquake Social Recovery Services and Support video
Temp...

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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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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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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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Collaborative communications

Following a disaster there can be information overload as various organisations rush to make information available. CERA recognised the importance of working collaboratively with stakeholders and part...

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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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Community led recovery

Ch.6: Canterbury Earthquake Social Recovery Services and Support video This video explains how recovery agencies can support communities to lead their own recovery, and showcases community-led social...

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Community resilience

Ch.3: Understanding Social Recovery report This chapter discusses CERA’s Community Resilience Programme which led and coordinated the psychosocial system of services and supports across a number of...

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Delivering practical assistance and care to residents in need

St Christopher's Christchurch Community Response and New Zealand Red Cross discuss the importance of partnerships in recovery and the support they provide to residents through door knocking following...

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Development of the Community in Mind Strategy and Shared Programme of Action

CERA coordinated the development of a high level strategy to guide psychosocial recovery. The ‘Community in Mind’ strategy was supplemented by a Shared Programme of Action to capture recovery acti...

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Engaging with communities in a recovery context

This guide outlines tips for recovery practitioners engaging with affected communities. Often people will be stressed and anxious and the engagement messages may involve difficult decisions about peop...

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Find and Fix, Winter Make it Right

Ch.8: Canterbury Earthquake Social Recovery Services and Support video Temporary home repair services were targeted at vulnerable people living in cold, unsafe or unsanitary homes as a result of earth...

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