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When you think of resilience what is the first image that comes to mind? It could be a person, an animal, a building, a city, even an island or forest. However you think of resilience we want to hear from you. Send us some of your best photos of resilience and if we think they’re as brilliant as you do we’ll publish them in the next issue of IHRR’s magazine, Hazard Risk Resilience. We are interested in seeing resilience from a wide variety of perspectives such as science, art, nature or architecture, the possibilities are limitless. Read more
Dr Timothy Sim with Hong Kong Polytechnic University visited Durham University to present a unique exhibition of photos by young people who lived through the 2008 Sichuan earthquake in Wenchuan, China. In this video, Dr Sim talks about the resilience of the children who survived the earthquake and tells the story behind their international photo exhibition. This video includes photos from the exhibition.