'The time for resilience is now': Recommendations of the 2020 GAP Summit on National Reslience
Keywords:Global Access Partners, Resilience, Australia, Behavioural Economics
Recent environmental, health and economic crises have exposed Australia’s structural weaknesses as well as highlighting individual strength and community agility in the face of challenge and change. Olga Bodrova recounts the ideas and proposals from Global Access Partners’ latest public forum in 2020.
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