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This week we discuss communication for social change with two scholars who engage deeply with the work of Paulo Freire, and consider the potential for disaster studies to reflect o...

Today it's our great pleasure to release our latest AUDIENCE SPECIAL! We asked our audience, Is there anything wrong with framing disaster as “events”? Why/why not? Thank you all s...

S5E5 - LGBTQI Experiences

This week Ksenia and guest co-host JC Gaillard are joined by Mx Roxanne Omega-Doron (Bisdak Pride in the Philippines), Bunda Mayora (Fajar Sikka in Indonesia), Neen Sapalo (Univers...

This week we are excited to share a conversation with returning guests Danielle Rivera and Emmanuel Raju about what recovery should look like, and what is regularly missing when we...

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This week we revisit a question that comes up time and again, what is a disaster? Joining us is the wonderful Dr. Susanna Hoffman, an anthropologist who for decades has been at the...

Welcome back for Season 5!!!  We are so glad to see you again - or for the first time - as we explore why disasters really happen.  Today we give some context to the new season, an...

Today we bring you the second part of the two-part series sharing local stories from young people about living through COVID-19! Today's episode sees participants reflect on the le...

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...

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