Gender and disaster recovery: Strategic issues and action in Australia

@inproceedings{Hazeleger2013GenderAD,
  title={Gender and disaster recovery: Strategic issues and action in Australia},
  author={Tricia Hazeleger},
  year={2013}
}
Disasters do not impact everyone in the same way. A better understanding of the diversity of needs, strengths and vulnerabilities within communities is considered crucial to building the nation's disaster resilience (Council of Australian Governments, 2011, p2). Gender is a central organising principle of society. It is a key factor in understanding diversity and effectively responding to needs and harnessing strengths in disaster recovery. 

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