GDN has an extensive collection of resource materials on gender and disaster and related themes. Most are downloadable for free however, we would like to request users to cite authors properly if you find the materials useful in your own research or study.
Click on the icons below to access pages for the Gender and Disaster Sourcebook, GDN Knowledgebase, Events, Jobs, GDN roster, GDN volunteers and Gallery.
The Gender and Disaster Sourcebook
Knowledgebase of materials on gender and disaster and related themes
Events - upcoming conferences and meetings
GDNroster - members' short cv/resumés uploaded: for those seeking gender and disaster expertise; for professionals seeking employment; practitioners to share their knowledge and expertise with communities at risk; peer-to-peer support from those who have survived disaster and are willing to share lessons learned
GDN volunteers and interns
Women, Gender And Disaster: Global Issues and Initiatives (working title). This is an international collection building on the knowledge gained over the past decade and addressing some of the knowledge and practice gaps at hand. Elaine Enarson, Canadian-based disaster sociologist with a focus on social vulnerability and gender, and Dhar Chakrabarti, Delhi-based manager of the National Institute of Disaster Management, are editing the collection.
Women workers clearing rubble in Ahmedabad, India after the 2001 earthquake