Aggregate indicator title
Resources needed for resilience at the societal level
Quantitative & Qualitative
Primary and Secondary data
Source of data
Primary: Project partners, participants
Secondary: Project documentations (reports, information on websites, publications etc.); Online repositories (e.g. Science Direct, Google Scholar, etc.)
Yes, ex ante and ex post
Unit of measurement (observation)
Absolute values & nominal
Unit of analysis
Analytical level (logic model)
Context, input, process, output, outcome, impact
Links with indicators in other domains
Data collection method(s)
Interviews with citizen observatory members and non-members stakeholders; review of project documentations (reports, log-books, etc.); analysis of the initiative tools (platforms, Apps, etc.); literature review
Data collection item(s)
8-10 questions are available for each topic in the indicator building - too elaborate to include here
• Which community members have a role in formal organizations/institutions (e.g. as spokes persons)?
• The score on the indicator for Communication and decision mode in the institutional outcomes
• People who volunteered time to an organization in the past month.
Trust and belonging (neighborhood)
• Migration rate in a neighborhood
• Perceived ‘togetherness’ of respondents from the community
• People reporting trust in others.
Trust and belonging (online)
• Duration of membership in a relevant online group(s)
• Intensity/frequency of posts in the group(s)
• Diversity of members participating in that group(s)
• People engaging in social networking online.
• Frequency and nature of neighbourly help in the community.
• Circumstances under which neighbors would ask each other for help.
• % of people who believe they can rely on their friends in the case of need
Availability of data
Source of indicator definition
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824711.
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