We have community, practice and policy collaborations on a local, national and international level.
Our partnerships include our work with Blackpool’s HeadStart, implementing and testing our resilience approaches with a £10m Big Lottery funded grant. Malaysian, Turkish and UK teams are testing the effectiveness of Resilient Therapy, and Danish, Croatian and UK colleagues are applying and testing our Academic Resilience Approach.
Exciting work with the University of Pretoria and Khulisa Social Solutions on co-productive resilience research in relation to drought has already expanded our expertise in empirical co-productive research in the Global South and we are committed to furthering these links.
Centre staff work closely with the What Works Wellbeing Centre, reviewing their outputs and advising on their strategy.
We work closely with and improve understanding through our partnerships with the Resilience Research Centres in both Canada and Pretoria.