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Using Social Media to rebuild social resilience among large dispersed populations: The challenge of climate change in rural Australia

Dr Terry Reilly

Australian Governments must find new policy tools to more directly manage the social and economic effects of climate change on the vast and dispersed rural populations. This paper outlines one such experiment in southern NSW: Squawk.com a social network designed to assist local communities rebuild key components of social resilience such as “leadership” while helping stem the social health demands on health and welfare organizations.

Recorded: July 2010 Brisbane, Australia
Coping Resilience & Hope Building, Asia Pacific Regional Conference
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: The Brisbane Institute of Strengths Based Practice

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Dr Terry Reilly

Dr Terry Reilly is a partner with Galbraith and Co. with responsibility for the Social Media and the Sustainability Practices. With KPMG Singapore and KPMG Australia, he worked with Governments across the region to improve the delivery of Social Policy programs.

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