Introduction to Canterbury earthquake social recovery services and support

Ch.1: Canterbury Earthquake Social Recovery Services and Support video - Michelle Mitchell (CERA Deputy Chief Executive 2011-2015) explains the scale of the Canterbury earthquake sequence and its impacts on the people of greater Christchurch. This video will help you identify the resources you already have and that you can use as a social recovery leader following a major natural disaster.

For government, learning and understanding how to work with communities is critical.

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