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Social Protection and Resilience to Climate and Disaster

Published on 13 March 2012

Social Protection, Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction all aim to reduce vulnerability to shocks. But so far these three communities of practice have worked in isolation.

This Briefing explores how these communities could work together to create tools and spaces that strengthen household resilience and make better contributions to sustainable development.

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Béné, C.
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Clare Gorman
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