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Creative Recovery Network and the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) partnered to investigate the role that creative projects, initiatives, collaborations and processes play when communities are recovering from disaster or other significant climate impacts.

The study investigates the impact legacy of five FRRR funded creative recovery programs that utilised arts-led methodologies. Each case study demonstrates a striking influence on placemaking and community revitalisation and a legacy of lasting social capital, enriched community connection and economic development.

Recommendations are made in this report on three levels: for funding bodies, disaster management and local communities. The evaluation recommends new approaches to provide ongoing support for creative recovery programs, to embed creative recovery processes into policy that is integrated into wider disaster management arrangements, and investment in local creative economies to provide ongoing participation and employment in the arts.

Find the Report through Creative Recovery Network:


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