Recovery Capitals (ReCap)

The Recovery Capitals (ReCap) project aims to support wellbeing after disasters by providing evidence-based resources for those engaged in recovery. The resources are designed to support strengths-based, holistic and inclusive recovery approaches.

ReCap identifies seven areas of recovery – natural, social, financial, cultural, political, built and human – and emphasises the interconnectedness between these ‘recovery capitals’.

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recoverycapitals.org.au

Abstract illustration of seven recovery capitals (social, natural, human, political, built, financial and cultural), interconnected by a flowing river

Funding

Bushfire & Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre

Contact Name
Phoebe Quinn
Email
phoebeq@unimelb.edu.au