With concerns about climate and global environmental changes, extreme events, and increases in
social, economic, and political shocks, the concept of resilience is proving useful across a range of
sectors as a way to understand and respond to a turbulent and often surprise-riddled world.
Resilience thinking is more than a theory, more than a set of tools. It is a way of seeing the world,
offering a new perspective of how change in the world happens. Resilience thinking provides a new
approach for building understanding and taking action.
The Sida funded programme, Guidance for Resilience in the Anthropocene: Investments for
Development (GRAID) which is hosted by the Stockholm Resilience Centre at Stockholm University has in collaboration with the Centre for Complex Systems in Transition at Stellenbosch University and the SDG Academy developed an exciting new online course entitled Transforming Development: The Science and Practice of Resilience Thinking.
The course launches 30 April 2018 and is designed to help practitioners use resilience thinking as a
tool to improve development practice and address the cross-cutting issues raised by the
Sustainable Development Goals… Read more about the course and enroll here: