Changemakers, innovators, and leading technical experts will participate in the Summit to increase the impact, scale, and sustainability of programming, policies, and partnerships related to youth economic opportunities globally.
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Journal articlesRESILIENCE YOUTH
Assessing resilience across cultures using mixed methods : construction of the child and youth resilience measure
An international team of investigators in 11 countries have worked collaboratively to develop a culturally and contextually relevant measure of youth resilience, the Child and Youth Resilience Measure (CYRM-28).Published dateSunday, January 2, 2011 - 00:00
Journal articlesRESILIENCE YOUTH NEGOTIATION ADVOCACY FAMILY MENTAL HEALTH SOCIAL WELFARE
Families as navigators and negotiators : facilitating culturally and contextually specific expressions of resilience
A social ecological model of resilience is used to show that resilience is dependent on a family's ability to both access available resources that sustain individual and collective well-being, as well as participate effectively in the social discoPublished dateSaturday, January 2, 2010 - 00:00
This project increases the preparedness of the community of Grande Riviere, Trinidad, by developing a Geographical Information Systems (GIS) model, to illustrate potential flooding areas associated with sea level rise.Published dateFriday, April 2, 2010 - 00:00
Linking vulnerability, adaptation, and mitigation in small island developing states : climate change and the community of Grande Riviere, TrinidadPublished dateSunday, January 2, 2011 - 00:00
Enhancing the effectiveness of information and communication technology applications and tools for disaster management in the Caribbean region
Activities focused on completion of the pilot studies identified in initial research, facilitation of a regional workshop to present the research, and drafting ICT policy recommendations.Published dateThursday, January 1, 2009 - 00:00
Between August and November 2005, nine hurricanes ravaged the Caribbean, killing at least 2 000 people and incurring an estimated US $60 billion in damages. Haiti was the worst affected.