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|Title||Communities in post-disaster recovery: Working with conflict in and between|
|Owner||Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience|
|Date last updated||November 2020|
What is this about?
It is not uncommon for communities to experience conflict after a disaster.
This resource offers findings from recovery and community conflict practitioners about how to view conflict, understand it, potentially prevent it and how to deal with it. It is written for public organisations working with communities but may be useful to other organisations and communities themselves.
Who is this resource for?
- Local Government
- Community Service Organisations
- Non Government Organisations
- Community Recovery Committees
Table of contents
Experiencing conflict after a disaster – Public organisations working with communities
- Understanding: What is the role of a public organisation?
- A living democracy: What can happen in communities after a disaster?
- Tips for preparation and preventing the conflict that can arise after a disaster
What is conflict
- Causes of conflict: What happened there?
- Types of conflict: What do you see?
- How to deal with conflict: A causes lens
- What is possible: Transforming conflict
Points to remember
A living democracy: Sustaining and building democracy
Reviewed 08 November 2021