Seminar Programmes

 

Seminar Title  

Host institution

Dates tbc

1

T1-3

Civil Society’s agency and extreme weather events: dichotomies in theory and practice

Co-hosted by Centre for Floods, Communities and Resilience, UWE, Bristol and the UK National Flood Forum

October 2017

2

CITIZENSHIP (T1)

The role of Civil Society’s agency in governance and contingency planning: citizenship, participation and social learning

Management School, Sheffield University

November/

early

December 2017

3

Civil Society and Emergency Response: conflicting discourses of dependency and empowerment

University of Dundee, UNESCO Centre for Water Law with Scottish Flood Forum

February 2018

4

Civil Society, risk and climate change: science, perception, communication and exchange

UWE, Bristol co-hosted with Science Communication Unit, UWE, Bristol, Climate Outreach and ESOCSCI-NZ

March/April 2018

5

SPACES (T2)

New risk knowledges and social learning – platforms and social networks for knowledge sharing and capacity building

Co-hosted with The George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling, University of South Wales

June/July 2018

6

Less heard voices within Civil Society for resilience: engaging diverse groups in knowledge exchange and capacity building

CFCR with Royal Geographical Society, London (Education and Outreach)

October/

November

 2018

7

INNOVAT-IONS (T3)

Technical innovation for Civil Society’s resilience to risk: Creation, adoption, dissemination

Co-hosted with Warwick Institute for the Science of Cities, University of Warwick

Jan/Feb 2019

8

Co-creative strategies with Civil Society for resilience: role of the arts and humanities

Co-hosted with Loughborough University (English, Drama and Publishing)

June 2019

9

T1-3

Capacity building within Civil Society: long term resilience to extreme weather risk

Co-hosted with National Flood Forum and Climate Outreach       

Oct 2019