Community resilience, universities and engaged research for today’s world

Weaving Together the Strands of Engaged Research and Community ResilienceEngaged researchCommunity resilienceWeaving the threads togetherConclusionEngaged Research in Action: Informing Sexual and Domestic Violence Practice and PreventionPhoenix HouseConclusionEngaging with the Past: Reflecting on Resilience from Community Oral History ProjectsPurpose of community oral history projectsTrust and relationship buildingNegotiation of the storyConclusionKeeping Afloat after the Floods: Engaged Evaluation of a School-Based Arts Project to Promote RecoveryLiterature reviewMethodsResultsUsing art to make meaning as an individualMaking art in context of a school after a disasterUsing art to make meaning as a school communityDiscussionConclusionMaking Space for Community Learning: Engaged Research with Teacher Aides in Disadvantaged SchoolsBackground to the research projectSchools as organised ‘communities’Schools as communal spaces in disadvantaged communitiesEngagement in professional learning communitiesConclusionTrailblazing and Extending Emergency Service Education: A Journey of Engaged Research and Partnership BuildingThe fire and emergency service landscapeGoing where none have gone beforeLooking back to see where we’ve been, looking forward to see where we’re goingConclusionResilience of the Horticultural Community: Engaged Researchers Promoting Productivity and ProfitabilityEconomic capital: horticultural production in the Bundaberg regionEnvironmental capital: blessings and cursesSocial capital: resilience in the horticultural production communityEngaged researchConclusion
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