At the Global Resilience Partnership, we envision a world where people and places are able to persist, adapt and transform in the face of shocks, uncertainty, and change. We believe thatresilience underpins sustainable development in an increasingly connected and unpredictable world.
GRP is made up of 60+ organisations that have joined forces to work together towards this vision.
Organisations active in resilience, who share GRP’s vision and values, and have formally joined the Partnership.
Our Advisory Council
Members who advise the implementation of GRP’s strategy and plans.
A small team that convenes and catalyses actions by the Partners and implements specific activities on behalf of the Partnership.
This policy outlines GRP’s Partnership approach and criteria.
A new approach is required to enable people, households, communities, countries, and/or systems to cope with unforeseen events and transform in the face of sudden or protracted crises. At GRP, we believe resilience is about having the capacity to persist, adapt, and transform in the face of change.
To deliver these outcomes, we have developed a set of principles that guide GRP’s approach to resilience. These are:
Embrace Complexity and challenges
Working to identify the root causes of complex development challenges, and how these can be addressed within the political, economic, ecological, and social systems in which they exist.
Recognise Constant Change
Risks and stresses are becoming increasingly unpredictable, uncertain, and unavoidable. Systems that have the capacity to navigate dynamic and uncertain futures are required.
Enable Inclusive Decision Making
Putting people and communities, especially women and marginalised groups, at the centre of decisions and empowering them to help develop equitable and sustainable solutions.
Enhance Ecosystems Integrity
Approaches to development must ensure a good life for all while maintaining the integrity of the Earth’s ecosystems.
Promote Flexibility and Learning
A rigid or fixed solution will not build resilience for change; approaches need to be adaptive and responsive, constantly learning from what does and does not work.
Leverage Innovation and Opportunity
Developing new solutions and innovations that engage with the complexity of development challenges will not only help build resilience but will be essential to transforming to sustainable and just development.
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