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|Title||Government's Role in Supporting Community-Led Approaches to Recovery - Literature Review|
|Owner||Social Recovery Reference Group|
|Date last updated||February 2019|
What is this about?
This literature review is one part of a broader report examining how government can foster and support community-led approaches to recovery whilst still maintaining effective coordination.
Who is this resource for?
- State Government
- Local Government
- Community Service Organisation
- Non Government Organisation
- Community Recovery Committees
Table of contents
- Government role in disaster recovery
- What does it mean to use community-led approaches and yet still fulfil the coordination role in rocovery?
- The social system and disaster recovery
How can government foster and support community-led approaches to recovery while maintaining effective coordination?
- If, when and how to act
- Acting with local leaders
- Acting with community organisations
- Acting collaboratively
- Building government capacity to act collaboratively
Government sharing responsibility and power
- Is there a right time to engage with community after disaster?
- Approaches to community engagement
- Constructing an architecture of governance
- Participation mechanisms
- Representation and authorisation
- Funding processes
- Measuring progress collectively
Summary of findings from the literature and areas for further investigation
- Summary of findings
- Areas for further investigation
- Reflections on applying lessons from the literature to the Australian context
Reviewed 08 November 2021