IRDR Young Scientist Abhinav Walia, a PhD Researcher at University of Newcastle, Australia and former faculty member at Centre for Disaster Management, LBSNAA, India, has co-edited a book titled “Disaster Governance in India – Vol-4.” The book is compilation of four field based case studies on various disasters happened in India. All the studies have lesson learnt component with what went wrong and guidance on further improvement on Disaster Governance. This is a well documented best practices that can circulated widely for creation of awareness at all levels.
IRDR Young Scientist Co-edited "Disaster Governance in India"
07 November 2017 12:48
A scoping review of postdisaster social support investigations conducted after disasters that struck the Australia and Oceania continent
22 October 2019 17:01
IRDR young scientists Dr. Johnrev Guilaran published a paper with colleagues on the Disasters. This scoping review provides a summary of research findings on social support dynamics in the aftermath of disasters that occurred on the continent of Australia and Oceania between 1983 and 2013. Fort...
15 March 2019 15:08
This is a joint SEI and SUMERNET discussion brief authored by Micheal Boyland as part of his research plan for IRDR Young Scientist. It is also an output from the IRDR ICoE-TDDR. The Sustainable Mekong Research Network (SUMERNET) is an initiative for research and policy engagement bringing t...
17 February 2019 11:14
SPIN (Sri Lanka, Pakistan, India and Nepal) Team has won the regional Seed Grant for the research on “Examining the Heat Stress Impact on the South Asian Vulnerable Urban Population – A System Thinking Approach”. This research grant is provided by IRDR-ICoE Taipei under the 2018 Advanced Institute –...