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Headed by: Prof. Mark Pelling
Researchers in the Natural Hazards and Climate Change group focus on reducing risk and losses through the monitoring and implementation of informed risk reduction decisions and through reductions in vulnerability or exposure.
Headed by: Dr. Helen Adams
Research under this theme addresses both the ways and means by which migration interacts with state, community or individual resilience to protect the well-being and rights of people on the move and their host communities.
Headed by: Prof. Anthea Tinker
This research group focuses on resilience as a historically distinctive concept and its impact on actors, institutions and the governance of health and disease.
Headed by: Dr. Courtney Davis
The focus of this strand of research is on the resilience of institutions of governance, such as regulatory agencies, in the context of prevailing political and policy environments.
Headed by: Dr. Rob Francis
Current research on Social-Ecological & Environmental Systems and their Management within CIRRR is focused on the NERC Global Challenges Research Fund project ‘War Impact on Dryland Environments and Social-Ecological Resilience in Somalia (WIDER-SOMA)’.
Headed by: Prof. Claudia Aradau
The research group on Conflict and Security aims to analyse the implications of this extension of resilience from war to peace and from catastrophic risks to everyday security practices.
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