What did we learn in London about resilience-building in low-income countries?

Actually, an awful lot! Consistent approach to resilience as a systemic and dynamic process, a range of interventions in difficult conflict contexts, and steadily emerging evidence.

The mixed NGO, practice and academic participants gelled nicely, with colleagues increasingly combining roles and skills.

Some of the most important contributors globally were there, such as Mark Jordans from War Child in the Netherlands, Tasha Howe from US Humboldt State University, Sarah Hommel from Save the Children, and Jessica Deighton from the Anna Freud Centre just a few to mention – worth looking out for their work.

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