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D4R featured rich dialog which is partially captured in the below conference media. Thanks to D4R participants, sponsors, and co-hosts for an inspiring day. At the bottom of the page are resources for hosting your own D4R event.

FRAMING TALKS:

  • Introduction to D4R – slides, video
  • Resilience Thinking: Network Strategies for Building Adaptive Capacity – slides, video (starts at 4:30 due to tech issues)
  • Resilience & the Commons – slides, video
  • Design & Resilience – slides, video
  • Q & A – video (starts at 15:20)

OPEN SPACE SESSION NOTES:

  • Technology's Role – text
  • Knowledge Interactivism / Improv & Resilience – text
  • Social Networking for a Resilient Personal Life – text
  • How Might We Use Design Thinking to Educate Resilient Kids – text1, text2 (notes in comments of post) 
  • Getting the Cleantech We Need – text  
  • How Do We Design for Resilience Across Scales in Health Systems? – text
  • What Can Permaculture Guilds Teach Us About Resilience? – slides
  • Using a Global Correspondents Network for Cross-Cultural Exchange – text
  • Leadership Collaboration (Emergence & Resilience) – text 

CLOSING DISCUSSION – facilitated by Jerry Michalski

  • Discussion – video (starts at 9:00)

RESILIENCE RESOURCES:

  • A Very Short Primer on Resilience (with a more comprehensive list of resources)
  • Shareable's D4R Channel
  • The #D4R channel on Twitter. Tweet all resilience related tweets with the #D4R hashtag 

HOST YOUR OWN D4R EVENT

  • You can crib from our registration page here. Eventbrite is highly recommended. Discounts available to nonprofits.
  • Here's the D4R brand collateral. Feel free to use or remix for your event.
  • And advance group learning by using the #D4R channel on Twitter. Tweet all resilience related tweets with the #D4R hashtag  

D4R MEDIA, by Jerry Michalski of Sociate

Neal Gorenflo

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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