Due to the positive response, the RMEL Conference 2018 organizers have extended the deadline for proposal submissions to July 30, 2018. The extension applies to individual paper presentations, panel presentations, ignite sessions, and posters.

The conference is co-convened by the Resilience Measurement, Evidence and Learning Community of Practice (CoP) in conjunction with member organizations and its partners.

The RMEL Conference 2018 will convene resilience measurement and research specialists; resilience monitoring, evaluation and learning practitioners; and resilience technical advisers, programmers, and influencers. The conference will draw on specialists from diverse sectors, disciplines, and geographies; together they will strengthen understanding of how different disciplines and methodological approaches are critical to advancing the RMEL field. It will also provide a platform for sharing RMELmethods, as developed and applied in various arenas, including resilience to food security shocks, resilience in urban development, and resilience in socio-ecological systems.

This year’s conference agenda is organized around the following themes:

Theme One: Resilience Measurement, Evidence and Learning in Different Contexts

Theme Two: Resilience Measurement, Evidence and Learning across Sectors, Disciplines and Scales

Theme Three: Innovations in Resilience Measurement, Evidence and Learning Methods and Theory

Theme Four: Building the Knowledge Base for Resilience

Theme Five: From Evidence to Action in Resilience

http://www.measuringresilience.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/RMEL-Conf-2018-RFP.pdf

Visit the above link to view the request for proposals, outlining the submission and selection process.

You may submit a proposal either as an individual or as a consortium of organizations. The deadline for submissions is now July 30, 2018. If you have any questions about the Request for Proposals, or inquiries about partnering with the conference, please email conference@measuringresilience.org.

*The RMEL Conference 2018 will be followed by an RMEL CoP convening and skills-building day on November 15. This will be open to all interested conference participants. RMEL CoP members are strongly encouraged to engage. The day will provide opportunities to: join member-led interactive activities to map existing evidence and knowledge about what works for strengthening resilience; provide or access technical support and mentoring for RMEL; and, develop a forward-looking agenda for the RMEL field. Further details about this day will be announced shortly.