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Community Resilience Study: Kumanovo, North Macedonia

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The research shows that Kumanovo’s population is relatively resilient, with the biggest differences in resilience scores found in an individual’s age and residential neighbourhood. The research also shows that the resilience of communities in Kumanovo is most affected by their trust in public institutions. Equally important, the results show that public confidence in the response of local authorities, schools and religious institutions to violent extremism has a significant impact on resilience in Kumanovo. This suggest that investing time and resources in strategic planning and implementation of policy and programs that strengthen social cohesion can have positive implications on the resilience of residents.