Governance Resiliency
Legislative/Governance resiliency refers to a community’s long-term strategies, plans and policies – the formal and informal mechanisms adopted by governing institutions that highlight the importance of good governance, maintain long-term perspectives, and advance community development, stability and diversity. Developing strategies, plans and policies that are adaptive and dynamic in the face of complex challenges requires collaboration, communication and engagement. Communities should develop strategies, plans and policies that are holistic in approach, flexible in application, and transparent in terms of how their effectiveness is evaluated.

Dr. Leith Deacon PhD