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Over the past few months, Disasters: Deconstructed has partnered with the UN Major Group for Children and Youth as part of the ‘Asia Pacific Researchers, Practitioners, Policy-Make...

S4E15 - Season Wrap

Thank you for joining us for Season 4! We appreciate you all spending time listening, and all of our amazing guests. In this episode Jason, Ksenia and Darien look back at some of o...

Thank you to Professor Cheryl Potgieter for joining us for the penultimate episode of Season 4 to talk about gender and sexuality! Cheryl is a Research Professor at Durban Universi...

This week we are delighted to discuss the importance of cultivating a community-centered ethos in our research and practice with Jake Rom D. Cadag. Jake is a Senior Lecturer in the...

Thanks so much to Barbara Carby for joining us this week! Barbara is Director of Disaster Risk Reduction Centre at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus and the former Dir...

This week we welcome Belen Desmaison, a lecturer and researcher at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP). She is coordinator of the action-research project CASA (Ciud...

Join us this week for a discussion with DRR expert and #NoNaturalDisasters advocate Irasema Alcántara-Ayala, Professor of Natural Hazards and Risk at the National Autonomous Univer...

This week Jason & Ksenia kick off the second half of the season (which will focus on the Global South) with a conversation about coloniality and disasters with Dr Danielle Rive...

Today we bring you a long-promised AUDIENCE SPECIAL on vulnerability! We asked you a while back, a) What does vulnerability mean to you? and b) Is vulnerability a useful concept? ...

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