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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 ...

 S2E11 – The story of people and heritage Today we are talking to Zeynep Gül Ünal who discussed with us ICORP on the Road initiative - a showcase of inspiring stories by profession...

Friday Special! COVID-19

Another special episode for you this Friday.  As the COVID-19 spreads around the world, it pulls back the curtain on the ways in which society is failing. In this episode Samantha ...

Today we are privileged to spend time with Rohit Jigyasu talking about why the places that we live are so important. How do people connect to the land, to the built environment and...

A special episode for you all to enjoy this weekend! Thanks so much to Sarah Delisle and Claudia Santos for joining Ksenia and Jason to discuss the first book that the Disasters: ...

We are so pleased to bring you this conversation about representation with Dr Gemma Sou, who brings a development studies background and a postcolonial passion to disaster studies....

Today is the day - the AUDIENCE SPECIAL you have been waiting for is finally here! We asked you back in December a) What does resilience mean to you? b) Do you think resilience is ...

We just love seeing people communicate about disasters using new mediums and forms and styles. Today, poet Aly Stoneman joins Ksenia and Jason to share some of her work and discuss...

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