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Friday Special! l'Aquila

Today we bring you a very special episode that we recorded with the editors and some authors of a special issue of Disaster Prevention and Management Journal. The collection of pap...

Another special episode for you all today! We are discussing positive responses to COVID-19 - examples of how people as individuals and in a variety of groups are reaching out to o...

S2E17 - Season Wrap

Thank you all SO MUCH for joining us this season! Welcome to our new listeners, and to those who have been with us from the start, thanks for still being here :) Today we have a wr...

S2E16 - Homeless

This week we are so pleased to sit down with Jamie Vickery to discuss how disasters affect people experiencing homelessness, and some of the deeper issues at play that are too ofte...

S2E15 - Prisoners

Thanks to Carlee Purdum from the Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center at Texas A&M for joining us this week to share about her research on disasters and prisoners, and unpack...

S2E14 - Disability

Today we have Kristin Lange from UNICEF visiting with us to talk about people with disabilities!    Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @DisastersDecon Join the Community ...

S2E13 - Children

We are so pleased to have Marla Petal with us on the show today! She is the Principal Advisor for Urban Resilience and School Safety for Save the Children and is a prominent and fe...

One of our most popular Season 1 episodes was "Empire" (S1E14) when Gonzalo Lizarralde joined us to talk about the creation of risk through colonization and imperialism, and which ...

S2E12 - Gender

Today we are talking to Sarah Brown, Alison Sneddon and Mirianna Budimir from Practical Action about their work on gender and disasters. Why is it problematic when women and girls ...

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