Resilienza e vulnerabilità sociale. La proposta del Welfare Responsabile per la ripresa post-Covid-19 - Stefano Tomelleri, Erio Ziglio - Vita e Pensiero - Articolo Studi di Sociologia Vita e Pensiero

Resilienza e vulnerabilità sociale. La proposta del Welfare Responsabile per la ripresa post-Covid-19

novitàdigital Resilienza e vulnerabilità sociale.
La proposta del Welfare Responsabile per la ripresa post-Covid-19
Articolo
rivista STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA
fascicolo STUDI DI SOCIOLOGIA - 2022 - 1
titolo Resilienza e vulnerabilità sociale. La proposta del Welfare Responsabile per la ripresa post-Covid-19
Resilience and Social Vulnerability
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Editore Vita e Pensiero
formato Articolo | Pdf
online da 03-2022
doi 10.26350/000309_000131
issn 0039-291X (stampa) | 1827-7896 (digitale)
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In this article, we discuss the interdependent nature of the social, economic, and ecological dimensions and how these impact on resilience and social vulnerability. We define resilience as a combination of assets, capabilities and  positive adaptation that enables people and communities to cope with adversity. We identify and present four types of capabilities that can lead the social change during socio-economic and/or environmental crisis: absorptive,  adaptive, anticipatory, and transformative. These capabilities are essentials for building individual and community resilience through five main actions: 1) promoting innovation cycle with focus on equality, sustainability, human  rights; 2) Innovating the public policies; 3) building trust in government through citizen engagement; 4) building interprofessional and interdisciplinary organizations; 5) innovating education and educating for innovation.

keywords

Resilience, Social Vulnerability, Interdependence, One Health, Innovation Cycle, Responsibility and Welfare.

Biografia degli autori

Stefano Tomelleri, Dipartimento di Scienze umane e sociali, Università degli Studi, Bergamo. Email: stefano.tomelleri@unibg.it. 
Erio Ziglio, Health University of Applied Sciences, Innsbruck, Austria e Glasgow Caledonian University, London Campus, GB. Email: ziglioe@gmail.com.