Selected resources on gender and disaster



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SELECTED RESOURCES ON GENDER AND DISASTER
Note: The salience of gender in the South Asian tsunami elicited a number of relevant publications. These will be included when the Gender & Disaster Sourcebook is uploaded to the GDN (12/05).
Publications, Reports and Presentations

Acar, Feride and Gamze Ege. 2001. Women's human rights in disaster contexts: how can CEDAW help? Paper prepared for the Expert Working Group meeting, Ankara, Turkey. Available through the UN Division for the Advancement of Women: /csw/env_manage/documents.html.


Acharya, Niru. 2000. Double Victims of Latur Earthquake. Indian Journal of Social Work, Issue 61.
Agarwal, Bina. 1992. Environmental action, gender equity and women’s participation. Feminist Studies 18 (1): 1-43.
Ahmed, Sarah. 2004. The gendered context of vulnerability: coping/adapting to floods in Eastern India. Paper prepared for the Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop (Honolulu, HI). Conference proceedings [presentations]: http://www.ssri.hawaii.edu/research/GDWwebsite/pages/proceeding.html
Akçar, Sengül. 2001. Grassroots women’s collectives roles in post – disaster effort: potential for sustainable partnership and good governance: Lessons learned from the Marmara earthquake in Turkey. Paper prepared for the Expert Working Group meeting, Ankara, Turkey. Available on line through the UN Division for the Advancement of Women: www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/env_manage/documents.html.
Akhter, Farida. 1992. Women are not only victims. Pp. 59-65 in H. Hossain et al. (eds.), From Crisis to Development: Coping With Disasters in Bangladesh. Dhaka: University Press Limited.
Alway, Joan et al. 1998. Back to normal: gender and disaster. Symbolic Interaction 21(2): 175-195.
Anderson, Mary. 1994. Understanding the disaster-development continuum: gender analysis is the essential tool. Focus on Gender 2 (1): 7-10.
Anderson, William. 2000. Women and children in disasters. Pp. 85-90 in Alcira Kreimer and Margaret Arnold (eds.), Managing Disaster Risk in Emerging Economies. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.
Anderson, Karen and Gerdenio Manuel. 1994. Gender differences in reported stress response to the Loma Prieta earthquake. Sex Roles 30: 9-10.
Ariyabandu, Madhavi Malalgoda. 2000. Impact of hazards on women and children: situation in South Asia. Paper presented at the Miami conference on Reaching Women and Children in Disaster, June 2000. Available through the Gender and Disaster Network: http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/geography_research/gdn.
Ariyabandu, Madhavi, Malalgoda and Rohana Weragoda. 2004. Nurturing relationship with nature. Voice of Women: A Sri Lankan Journal for Women’s Liberation 6 (3).
Ariyabandu, Madhavi Malalgoda and Maithree Wickramasinghe. 2004. Gender Dimensions in Disaster Management; A Guide for South Asia. ITDG South Asia, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Available at ITDG, UK and ITDG South Asia: general@itdg.slt.lk. Also available through Zubaan Publishers, New Delhi (Distributed in India only).
Ariyabandu, Madhavi Malalgoda and Louise Platt. 2005. Gender framework for tsunami relief and rehabilitation – focus on Sri Lanka. Prepared for USAID Bureau for Asia and the Near East. Available at USAID Bureau for Asia, Washington, USA.
Ariyabandu, Madhavi Malalgoda. 2005. Addressing gender issues in humanitarian practice. concept note & power point presentation at the 17th Biannual meeting of the Learning – Accountability Performance in Humanitarian Action (ALNAP) network held in Netherlands, 9-10 June 2005. Available at ITDG South Asia, Colombo, Sri Lanka and ALNAP Secretariat, UK, alnap@odi.org.uk
__________. 2005a. Paying attention to women’s and gender issues in responding to the Tsunami crisis. Available at ITDG South Asia, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
__________. 2005b. How to mainstream gender into disaster management and responses – addressing gender issues in post-tsunami reconstruction. Report prepared for workshop conducted for bilateral donors, INGOs, NGOs and policy makers of state agencies working on post-tsunami reconstruction. Available at ITDG South Asia, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
__________.2004. Building capacities of women and community groups. Power point presentation prepared for the Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop (Honolulu, HI). Conference proceedings [presentations]: http://www.ssri.hawaii.edu/research/GDWwebsite/pages/proceeding.html
__________. 2003. Women: the risk managers in natural disasters. Voice of Women: Sri Lankan Journal for Women’s Liberation 6 (1).
Ayvazova R.A.and B.V. Mehrabian. 1995. Post-disaster initiatives in traditional society: Armenian women after ‘Spitak’ earthquake. Stop Disasters 24: 13.
Bari, Farzana. 1998. Gender, disaster, and empowerment: a case study from Pakistan. Pp. 125-132 in Elaine Enarson and Betty Hearn Morrow (eds.), The Gendered Terrain of Disaster.
Bari, Sona. 1992. Women in the aftermath. Pp. 55-58 in H. Hossain et al. (eds.), From Crisis to Development: Coping With Disasters in Bangladesh. Dhaka: University Press Limited.
Barnecut, Carrie. 1998. Disaster prone: reflections of a female permanent disaster volunteer. Pp. 51-159 in Elaine Enarson and Betty Hearn Morrow (eds.), The Gendered Terrain of Disaster. Westport, CT: Greenwood.
Bateman, Julie and Robert Edwards. 2002. Gender and evacuation: a closer look at why women are more likely to evacuate for hurricanes. Natural Hazards Review 3 (3).
Begum, Rasheda. 1993. Women in environmental disasters: the 1991 cyclone in Bangladesh. in Focus on Gender 1 (1): 34-39.
Behera, Aurobindo, Prafulla Mishra, and Sneha Mishra. 2002. Voicing Silence: Experience of Women With Disasters in Orissa. Orissa, India: Orissa State Disaster Mitigation Authority.
Bhatt, Ela . 1998. Women victims’ view of urban and rural vulnerability. Pp. 12-26 in John Twigg and Mihir Bhatt (eds.) Understanding Vulnerability: South Asian Perspectives. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Intermediate Technology Publications, Duryog Nivaran.
Bhatt, Mihir. 1997. Maintaining families in drought India: the fodder security system of the Banaskantha women. In Fernando, P. and V. Fernando (eds.). South Asian: Women Facing Disaster, Securing Life. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Intermediate Technology Development Group, Duryog Nivaran.
Bhatt, Mihir. 1998. Can vulnerability be understood? Pp. 68-77 in John Twigg and Mihir Bhatt (eds.) Understanding Vulnerability: South Asian Perspectives. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Intermediate Technology Publications, Duryog Nivaran.
Biel, Steven. 2001. ‘Unknown and unsung’: feminist, African-American, and radical responses to the Titanic disaster. Pp. 305-338 in Steven Biel (ed.), American Disasters. New York: New York University Press.
Blanchard-Boehm, Denise. 1997. Risk communication in Southern California: ethnic and gender response to 1995 revised, upgraded earthquake probabilities. Natural Hazards Center Quick Response Report #94. Available through the University of Colorado: http://www.colorado.edu/hazards/qr/qr94.html.
Bolin Robert, Martina Jackson, and Allison Crist. 1998. Gender inequality, vulnerability and disaster: issues in theory and research. Pp. 27-44 in Elaine Enarson and Betty Hearn Morrow (eds.), The Gendered Terrain of Disaster.
Bradshaw, Sarah. 2002. Exploring the gender dimensions of reconstruction processes post-hurricane Mitch, Journal of International Development 14, 871 –879.

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