Amplifying

amplifying

Amplifying local voices, initiatives, and policies for regional learning, best practices, and advocacy.

Connecting

connecting

Connecting practitioners, community members, government officials, and private sector actors to join hands in building urban resilience.

Supporting

supporting

Supporting local/community initiatives intended for building community resilience to climate change

Facilitating

facilitating

Facilitating collaboration among practitioners through knowledge sharing, accessing resources, and influencing government and private sectors’ agenda.

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OPINION | by Verania Chao

Gender equality for successful national climate action

While climate change threatens livelihoods and security throughout society, women and girls commonly face higher risks and greater burdens from climate change, particularly when they are living in poverty.

STORY FROM INDONESIA | by Atik Ambarwati

Indonesia’s Women’s Groups: Powerful agents of urban resilience

When considering urban resilience to shocks and stresses, it is important to understand women’s and girls’ unique vulnerabilities. See what Semarang Women’s Group for Empowerment and Family Welfare do to promote urban resilience.

OPINION | by Alvin Chandra

In Philippines, climate change and conflict both conspire against rural women

According to the research findings, climate- and conflict-related changes have fundamentally shifted values, lifestyles and gender relations in Mindanao, the Philippines.

TAKEAWAYS | by Ashvin Dayal

Why resilient cities are important to ASEAN's future

To sustain ASEAN’s phenomenal economic progress over the next half-century, its leaders must commit to making climate change a central goal of policymaking. How they meet the challenge will determine whether ASEAN’s urban centers will continue to power economic growth and opportunity, or turn into concentrations of vulnerability, where progress is continuously eroded.

MEMBER INTERVIEW | by Fathimath Afiya & Arfiana Khairunnisa

Is there any real engagement of women in planning resilience building?

ACCCRN Network interviewed Fathimath Afiya on her role as a gender consultant and the role of women in the Maldives. She is chairperson of the Maldivian Network for Empowering Women (MNEW), which was established as an informal network during the Action Aid International (AAI) work in the aftermath of the tsunami in 2005.

ACCCRN CHAMPION | by Arfiana Khairunnisa

Ray: Every city is unique

ACCCRN Champion Dr. Saon Ray is Senior Fellow at ICRIER (Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations) and she gained her Ph.D. in Economics from the Jawaharlal Nehru University. She tells us how economics research can engage the policy and build resilience.

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