Communicating in Recovery

Traditional communication is not enough. It’s about reaching people and ensuring the information is easily digestible in a variety of ways. Here is what we have to share.

Call for Ideas to Remember

In July 2014, CERA led a community engagement process to inform the design...

Read more

Community engagement strategy and framework

Early on, CERA developed a Community Engagement Strategy and a Community En...

Read more

Relocation after disaster: Engaging with insured residential property owners in greater Christchurch’s land-damaged ‘residential red zone’

The case study outlines the New Zealand government’s response to earthqua...

Read more

Seize the opportunity

This booklet, published in November 2013, gives an overview of the opportun...

Read more

Call for Ideas to Remember

In July 2014, CERA led a community engagement process to inform the design of the Canterbury Earthquake Memorial. The Memorial would be a place where people could honour the lives of those who died an...

Read more

Community engagement strategy and framework

Early on, CERA developed a Community Engagement Strategy and a Community Engagement Framework to guide its work. These documents committed CERA to working transparently and inclusively. The goal was t...

Read more

Relocation after disaster: Engaging with insured residential property owners in greater Christchurch’s land-damaged ‘residential red zone’

The case study outlines the New Zealand government’s response to earthquake-caused land damage in residential areas by way of a voluntary Crown offer to buy ‘red zone’ land from insured property...

Read more

Seize the opportunity

This booklet, published in November 2013, gives an overview of the opportunities available in the region as a result of the Christchurch rebuild.

Read more

Want to find out how to run a learning incubator?

Learn