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Building Resilient Communities

The Building Resilient Communities challenge aims to improve the resilience of communities against inequality, discrimination and vulnerability. This challenge supports research projects enhancing community resilience in an era of growing uncertainty. Problems of social-injustice, economic disruption, geopolitical instability and environmental extremity amplify existing inequalities, and create additional patterns of vulnerability. Transformational change in thinking, policy, infrastructure and everyday practice will be necessary in order for communities to adapt and flourish.

Keystone Project: Responsible Use of Antibiotics

This interdisciplinary research team will inform the development and testing of interventions to stop, or at least slow down, rates of antimicrobial resistance.

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Aid in the Pacific
Building Community Resilience to Bushfires
Community Resilience
Cultural Burning for Resilience
Cultural Revitalisation
Disability inclusion & capacity building for emergencies
Fringe-of-grid Electricity Supply
Hashtagging Terror and Hate
Microfinance and Women's Empowerment
Ready for Anything
SENSE Spaces
Smart Cities for Understanding Living
Social Security in a Digital Age
Stories affording pathways to healing
Stronger culture, healthier lifestyles
Sustainability in STEM Education
Systemic Entrapment
Urban Worlds
Weed management in post-fire landscapes

Olivier Ferrer Fund

The Olivier Ferrer fund provides an opportunity for researchers to seek funding for impactful global research in the areas of climate action, community transformation and the prevention of inequality and injustice.

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