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  1. Marthe van Gils
  2. Mirjam van Rijn
  3. Marianne de Koning
  4. Alexander Hogendoorn
  5. Merlijn Slothouber
  6. Marije Kesselring
  7. Raymond Gutterswijk

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Description: Collaborative Research on NEighborhood Resilience enablers: Promoting children’s wellbeing by unraveling local ingredients for resilience. In which neighborhood children grow up affects their wellbeing, development and chances across the lifespan. At the same time, neighborhoods may hold potential resources for children’s resilience: their capacity to adapt successfully to threats of their functioning or development. However, currently we know too little about which factors may enable resilience and how to use them for prevention purposes. Which social, physical, and institutional neighborhood factors may enable child resilience, how do they interact and how can these factors be activated? In this project, scientists, policymakers, and neighborhood professionals and residents, specifically also including children, from a diversity of social, economic, and cultural backgrounds work together to answer these questions. In a real-life setting, a living lab, innovative solutions will be co-designed to strengthen child resilience and prevent disease and disorder.


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