Date: Thursday April 22nd from 1-2pm ET
During our next Community of Practice call, Lidia Ferreria from CREW (Community Resilience to Extreme Weather) in Toronto will share their “pandemic story”, including their lessons learned as to how relationships with neighbourhood leaders can be strengthened to provide better emergency response.
Save the date for upcoming CoP calls:
To learn more about this CoP please reach out to Christine Hadekel
This CoP is made up of a group of peers committed to sharing and learning from one another to accelerate their collective understanding of the role of citizens and communities in preparing for emergencies; to enhance their practice; and, to share their knowledge and insights across the field.
We will share our own experiences and draw upon the knowledge and expertise of a variety of thought-leaders in this field to enable us to deepen our understanding of this issue. We will also identify and post useful resources and stories to illustrate promising practices. Specifically, the members of this CoP will:
By joining this unique CoP you will share your experiences and knowledge in free-flowing and creative ways with interested leaders from a diversity of sectors who share your interest in this topic.
The conversations facilitated through this CoP with your peers, from across Canada and around the world, will enable you to uncover and learn about innovative approaches to this issue, share helpful resources, access new ideas and contribute to the transfer of best practices.
The Citizens & Emergency Preparedness Community of Practice is a diverse group of participants who are from many different places and work within many different settings but share a common interest in this topic. Here are some of the groups that we hope will take part:
Reach out to Christine Hadekel