Social Capital and Disaster Risk Reduction

This report explores how non-governmental organisations can responsibly engage with social capital to reduce disaster risk in societies that are vulnerable to natural hazards. Social capital is a complex and nuanced concept and DRR programmes seeking to engage with social capital should do so in a manner that empowers and enriches preexisting social infrastructure while proactively incorporating marginalised groups and prioritising ongoing analysis of the socio-political context.

Collections Disaster Risk Reduction Influence and Impact
Authors 3
Issue Date 2017-03
Format Report
Rights Holders LSE