2019 Neighborhood Summit Call for Speakers
2019 Neighborhood Summit
Saturday March 16, 2019 Xavier University Cintas Center


Resiliency: strong people, neighborhoods, economy and society

The 2019 Neighborhood Summit will look at how to build resilience in our community from the ground level up and to give participants practical examples and hands-on training for how resiliency is a foundational strategy to improve our community.

-------------Please review the information in the email. Speaker proposals will be evaluated on how they address resiliency. Please suggest where your session idea fits in the framework/tracks and, specifically, how it addresses one or more of the characteristics. ----------- Submit form below --------


We face many challenges: economic uncertainty, lack of affordable housing, inequality, climate changes, threats to institutions we rely on, generational change, changing migration patterns, and others. How do we respond? Plan? Adapt? Change is inevitable.

Building resiliency into our plans and systems builds neighborhoods and communities that can thrive and last. And it allows people in those places to live and work in a more productive, safe, and reliable way. To be resilient is to recognize the strength of a place’s culture, character, social structures, and local assets while creating systems and structures that anticipate and allow for change.

Cities can’t be resilient on their own – while local government and institutions can be leaders in building resilience, the neighborhoods and people within the cities must be purposefully included - all working together as integral to success.

Framework
• Health and Well-being
• Economy and Society
• Leadership and Strategies
• Infrastructure and Environment

Characteristics of Resilient Systems
Reflective:using past experience to inform future decisions

Resourceful: recognizing alternative ways to use resources

Inclusive: prioritize broad consultation to create a sense of shared ownership in decision making

Integrated: bring together a range of distinct systems and institutions

Robust: well-conceived, constructed, and managed systems

Redundant: spare capacity purposefully created to accommodate disruption

Flexible: willingness, ability to adopt alternative strategies in response to changing circumstances

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