A collection of videos by Kasimir Burgess on the experiences of children with disability in Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu. In these videos, the lived experiences of disabled children are featured providing useful insights into their hopes and aspirations as a useful research tool
This research paper focuses upon the situation faced by disabled asylum seekers and refugees with disabilities in the immigration detention centres of Australia, both onshore and offshore facilities. It presents the results of the current system of detention of refugees and highlights if the current system discriminates against disabled refugees, and is biased against their needs and human rights
This paper discusses the use of information and communications technologies systems in the use of disaster management situations such as those providing early warnings, and how they benefit persons with disabilities (and the general population). An ongoing project in Japan provided a case study in which a disaster preparedness information system is meeting the need of persons with disabilities
Geotechnical and Geological Engineering Journal, Volume 29, Issue 3
This resource is a special edition of CARE International's disaster risk reduction community of practice quarterly newsletter to celebrate global disaster risk reduction day. It focuses on disability inclusion in disaster risk reduction programming and presents different organisations' experiences of inclusive disaster risk reduction in different regions
CI DRR CoP Newsletter, quarterly
This is ebook chapter presents different forms of participatory mapping to facilitate the integration of people’s capacities within disaster risk reduction. The chapter "presents a particular form of participatory mapping...Participatory 3 Dimensional Mapping (P3DM), as a tool for making people’s capacity, as well as vulnerabilities, tangible, so that these can be considered in DRR [disaster risk reduction]. It draws upon a project led by coastal communities in the Philippines, between 2008 and 2009"