Selected resources on gender and disaster



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Special Issues of Journals [Selected]
Women and Disaster. Natural Hazards Observer 21 (5), May 1997.
Environmentalism and Race, Gender, Class Issues, Bullard, Robert et al. (eds.). Two-part special issue of Race, Gender & Class 5 (1), 1997 and 6 (1), 1998.
Women and Disasters, Morrow, Betty and Brenda Phillips (eds). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 17 (1), 1999.
Women and Disasters, Brenda Phillips and Betty Morrow (eds). Revised and expanded special issue of International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 17 (1), 1999. Forthcoming 2004 from Xlibris.
Women and Emergencies, The Macedon Digest/Australian Journal of Emergency Management 8 (4), 1993/94.
Women and Emergencies, Department of Humanitarian News, November 1997.
Women and Children: Keys to Prevention, Stop Disasters 24, 1995.
Gender and Development (formerly Oxfam Focus on Gender)
Women and the Environment, G. Reardon, ed. Oxfam Focus on Gender 1 (1), 1993.
Women and Emergencies, B. Walker, ed. Oxfam Focus on Gender 2 (1), 1994.

Humanitarian Work. Gender and Development 9 (3), 2001.





Climate Change. Gender and Development 10 (2), 2002.

Spanish Readings [selected—please submit]
Bradshaw, Sarah and Ángeles Arenas. 2004. Análisis de género en la evaluación de los efectos socioeconómicos de los desastres naturales. Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL), Serie Manuales 33. Source: United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America: http://www.cepis.ops-oms.org/bvsade/fulltext/analisisgen.pdf
Calles, Gloria de. 1997. El papel de la mujer en preparativos para emergencias y desastres.; En: Castillo Godoy, Delia, coord.Memoria : Primer encuentro constructivo centroamericano "Genero y cultura en desastres". Guatemala. , Centro de Coordinación para la Prevención de los Desastres Naturales en América Central (CEPREDENAC). Guatemala. Comité Nacional de Emergencia (CONE). Guatemala. Instituto Nacional de Sismología, Vulcanología, Meteorología e Hidrología (INSIVUMEH). Suecia. Agencia Sueca de Desarrollo Internacional (ASDI). ,. p.43-6.; Presentado en: Encuentro Constructivo Centroamericano "Genero y Cultura en Desastres", 1, Guatemala, 20-23 nov. 1996.
Caravantes, Lily.; Género y desastres; 1996. En: Castillo Godoy, Delia.Memoria : Primer encuentro centroamericano genero y cultura en desastres. . Guatemala. , Centro de Coordinación para la Prevención de los Desastres Naturales en América Central (CEPREDENAC). Guatemala. Comité Nacional de Emergencia (CONE). Guatemala. Instituto Nacional de Sismología, Vulcanología, Meteorología e Hidrología (INSIVUMEH). Suecia. Agencia Sueca de Desarrollo Internacional (ASDI). , 1997. p.102-12. Presentado en: Encuentro Constructivo Centroamericano "Genero y Cultura en Desastres", 1, Guatemala, 21-23 nov.
CIET International. 1999. Principle results of the Social Audit for Emergency and Reconstruction, Phases I and II / Principales Resultados de la Auditoría Social para la Emergencia y la Reconstrucción – Fase I/I. Spanish/English document available through the Civil Coordinator for Emergency and Reconstruction, Managua, Nicaragua: www.ccer-nic.org or www.ccer.org.ni
Coehlo, Angela E L. 1997. Género : La variable invisible en la evaluación del distress postdesastre. Desastres y Sociedad No. 8año 5 Diciembre. LA RED Editores.
Comision Mujer, Salud Y Desarrollo/Organization Panamericana de la Salud. 1990. El Papel de la Mujer en Preparativos Para Desastres Naturales y Socorros. Available from Centro de Documentacion de Desastres, San Jose, Costa Rica.
Cruz, Nubia de la; Díaz, Mirna E.; 1997. Una metodología de género en las acciones que realiza la mujer en Panamá en la prevención y mitigación de los desastres.; En: Castillo Godoy, Delia, coord.Memoria : Primer encuentro constructivo centroamericano "Genero y cultura en desastres". . Guatemala. , Centro de Coordinación para la Prevención de los Desastres Naturales en América Central (CEPREDENAC). Guatemala. Comité Nacional de Emergencia (CONE). Guatemala. Instituto Nacional de Sismología, Vulcanología, Meteorología e Hidrología (INSIVUMEH). Suecia. Agencia Sueca de Desarrollo Internacional (ASDI)p.20-9.; Presentado en: Encuentro Constructivo Centroamericano "Genero y Cultura en Desastres", 1, Guatemala, 20-23 nov. 1996
De Sousa R., D. 1995: Sequía,migración y vivienda. ¿Dónde queda la mujer invisible? Desastres y Sociedad Julio-Diciembre 1995/Año 3/No.5; LA RED Editores. Pags. 115-126.
Encuentro Centroamericano de Las Mujeres en la Reconstrucción . 2000. Centro de Estudios de la Mujer Honduras (CEM-H), Tegucigalpa, Honduras:

www.cidbimena.desastres.hn/docum/ html/doch0011/pdf/doch0011-1.pdf


Flores, Alba Consuelo; Suyapa Bustamante, Florisel; 1997. Desertación delegadas de Honduras : Mujeres frente a la cultura de desastres; En: Castillo Godoy, Delia, coord.Memoria : Primer encuentro constructivo centroamericano "Genero y cultura en desastres". . Guatemala. , Centro de Coordinación para la Prevención de los Desastres Naturales en América Central (CEPREDENAC). Guatemala. Comité Nacional de Emergencia (CONE). Guatemala. Instituto Nacional de Sismología, Vulcanología, Meteorología e Hidrología (INSIVUMEH). Suecia. Agencia Sueca de Desarrollo Internacional (ASDI). ,. p.31-7. , ilus; Presentado en: Encuentro Constructivo Centroamericano "Genero y Cultura en Desastres", 1, Guatemala, 20-23 nov. 1996.
Gomáriz Moraga, Enrique: 1999. Género Y Desastres. Introducción Conceptual Y Criterios Operativos. La Crisis Del Huracán Mitch En Centroamérica; Fundación Género y Sociedad, Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo BID, Costa Rica.
Ibarra, Angel, Ulises Campos and David Pereira. 2000. Los desastres naturales no existen. In Hacia Una Gestión Ecológica de los Riesgos. UnidadEcológica Salvadoreña, El Salvador: Federación Luterana Mundial.
Larios, Maria de Lourdes. Género y desastres. Una perspectiva en Construcción. Ceprode, El Salvador.
La Red. 1995. ¿Los desastres afectan al hombre y a la mujer de igual manera? Desastres y Sociedad, julio-Diciembre/Año 3/No. 5; LA RED Editores. Pags.162-166.
La Red de las Mujeres Contra la Violencia and Wisconsin Coordinating Council on Nicaragua. 2004. Reconstruyendo vidas, reconstruimos Nicaragua. Available via Wisconsin Coordinating Council on Nicaragua: www.wccnica.org/pubs/Rebuilding.pdf
Massolo, Alejandra y Martha Schteingart. 1992. Participación social, reconstrucción y mujer: el sismo de 1985. México: El Colegio de México-PIEM. Available through El Centro de Estudios Sociológicos (CES) de El Colegio de México: http://www.colmex.mx/centros/ces/piem/public.htm
Melo Branco, A. 1995. Organizadas para sobrevivir. El caso de un grupo de mujeres del Sertao de Araripe; Desastres y Sociedad, Julio-Diciembre, 1995/Año 3/ No. 5; LA RED Editores. Pags. 127-138.
Meyreles, Lourdes. 2000: Huracán Georges en la República Dominicana: sociedad civil y participación local; Asises, Guatemala.

Moisa, Ana María; 1996. Desastres y relaciones de género en comunidades del bajo Lempa. Departamento de Usulután. .-; San Salvador. ; El Salvador. Centro de Protección para Desastres (CEPRODE).

Montero Solís, Antonio; Rojas Quesada, Sonia; Montero Solís, Denis; Murillo Miranda, Denia; 1998. Género y desarrollo en la prevención de desastres : Unidad didáctica para la acción comunal e institucional. .-; San José. ; Costa Rica. Comisión Nacional de Emergencia.

Organización Panamericana de la Salud OPS/OMS; Ministerio de Salud de Costa Rica. 1990. Reunión Centroamericana , El papel de la mujer en los preparativos para desastres y los socorros. Septiembre, San Jose, CR.


Organización Panamericana de la Salud . Genero y desastres naturals. Spanish/English fact sheet available from PAHO: www.paho.org)
Puntos de Encuentro/Nicaragua. 1999 (Enero). Violencia contra las mujeres un desastre que los hombres Sí podemos evitar: Primera campaña nacional dirigida a hombres. La Boletina 41 Available from: http://boletina.puntos.org.ni/

Sánchez del Valle, Rosa; Dimensión de género en la gestión local de riesgo : Participación de mujeres en el proyecto Fortalecimiento de Estructas Locales para la Mitigación de Desastres (FEMID) : Versión final a publicar. .- .l. ; Fortalecimiento de Estructuras Locales para la Mitigación de Desastres (FEMID). Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ). ; oct. 2001. . 36 p. ilus, tab

Soto, Linda Zilbert. 1998. Guía de La Red ara la Gestión Local Del Riesgo. Módulos Para la Capacitación. Red de Estudios Sociales en Prevencion de Desastres en America Latina.
Wiest, Raymond; Mocellin, Jane; Mtosisi, D.Thandiwe: 1995. Reconstrucción y desarrollo: La mujer en la etapa posterior a un desastre; Desastres y Sociedad, enero-junio1995/No. 4/año 3; LA RED, Editores. Pags. 51-61.
UN Division for the Advancement of Women. 2004 Making Risky Environments Safer: Women Building Sustainable and Disaster-Resilient Communities. Women 2000 and Beyond series. Available in Spanish and French through the UN DAW: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/public/w2000-natdisasters-e.pdf
Zanetti, Aurelia et al. 2003. Catástrofes de la naturaleza y catástrofes antropógenas en 2001 : Los siniestros antropógenos cobran una nueva dimensión. Available through CRID (#143998): http://www.crid.or.cr/digitalizacion/pdf/spa/doc14398/doc14398.pdf
French Readings [selected—please submit]
Camara, Toure Idiatu. 2001. Statement for the UN Commission for the Status of Women [46th session) panel discussion on Environmental Management and Mitigation of Natural Disasters: a Gender Perspective. Available [in French only] through DAW: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/csw46/panel-Camara.pdf.
Surema, Yolèn Vaval. 2001. Gestion de risques: perspectives de genre. Statement for the UN Commission for the Status of Women [46th session) panel discussion on Environmental Management and Mitigation of Natural Disasters: a Gender Perspective. Available [in French only] through DAW: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/csw46/panel-Surena.pdf.
UN Division for the Advancement of Women. 2004 Making Risky Environments Safer: Women Building Sustainable and Disaster-Resilient Communities. Women 2000 and Beyond series. Available in Spanish and French through the UN DAW: http://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/public/w2000-natdisasters-e.pdf
Fact Sheets and Newsletters
Gender in Crisis Response. Nd. International Labour Organisation: http://www.ilo.org/public/english/employment/recon/crisis/download/factsheet.pdf
Unsung heroines: women and natural disasters. 2000 (January). Gender Matters Information Bullet No. 8. US Agency for International Development.
Gender and natural disasters (Spanish/English), developed by PAHO (www.paho.org)
Engendering Disaster Preparedness and Management, Asian Disaster Management News 3 (3), November, 1997
Prevention Pays: Success Stories Featuring Women and Children and Women and children: disaster victims or forces for change, both from the UN International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction, 1995.
Violence Against Women in Disasters Fact sheet (compiled by E. Enarson) available through the

Gender and Disaster Network: http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/geography_research/gdn/resources/violence-against-women-in-disasters.doc


Conference Proceedings
Gender Equality and Disaster Risk Reduction Workshop, summer 2004, Honolulu, Hawai’i. Proceedings: http://www.ssri.hawaii.edu/research/GDWwebsite/pages/proceeding.html
Gender Equality, Environmental Management and Natural Disaster Mitigation. 2001. UN Division for the Advancement of Women, Expert Working Group meeting in Ankara, Turkey. Proceedings: www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/env_manage/documents.html.

 

Reaching Women and Children in Disasters. Miami, FL, summer 2000. Available through the Gender and Disaster Network: http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/geography_research/gdn.


Women and Disaster: Exploring the Issues. Vancouver, BC, spring 1999. Available through the Gender and Disaster Network: http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/geography_research/gdn.
Gender and Disaster in Pakistan, 1996. Fernando and Fernando [1997] incorporates most of the proceedings from this major conference.
Women and Emergencies, 1993. Papers from this Australian conference were reprinted in The Macedon Digest (now the Australian Journal of Emergency Management) 8 (4), 1993/94.
Central American Meeting on Women in Disasters, 1990. Country reports and recommendations from this early conference are available in Spanish through PAHO’s Regional Documentation Center: http://www.crid.desastres.net/crid/indexen.htm.

Audiovisuals
Living with Disaster. 60 min. Includes gender-aware profiles of communities responding to risk in Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, the Philippines, and Peru and Columbia. Produced by Intermediate Technology and available for purchase through Television Trust for the Environment, London, UK: www.oneworld.org/tve.
South Asian Women: Facing Disaster, Securing Life. 60 min. Profiles women in Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka responding to armed conflict, displacement, epidemic, and natural disaster. Produced by Duryog Nivaran, an alternative disaster and development agency in Sri Lanka with a strong gender focus, and available for purchase through their website: http://www.duryognivaran.org
Our Life Our film. 45 min. Directed by women from Kutch and Saurashtra, working with the women’s NGO Swayam Shikshan Prayog, about the struggle to rebuild safer following the 2001 earthquake. 45 minutes. Available through SSP: www.sspindia.org.
Women of Ground Zero. 15 min. First-person accounts from New York women who responded creatively to this crisis. Available for purchase from the National Organization of Women Legal Defense and Education Fund: www.now.org
When the River Met the Sea. 14 min. Profile of grassroots women in Honduras responding to hurricane Mitch and mobilizing to reduce risk at the community level. Produced by the Comité de Emergencia Garifuna de Honduras in conjunction with GROOTS (www.groots.org). Available from: www.witnes.org.

From Chaos to Creativity. 15 min. Groots International video showcasing the work of grassroots women in disaster-hit communities in Turkey, India and Honduras. To purchase ($13 DVD/$10 VHD) contact Groots International: 249 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11211, 718-388-8915/718-388-6761, www.groots.org.
Bibliographies
CRID, Regional Disaster Information System, Latin America and the Caribbean. Searchable electronic data base in Spanish and English. Search for “gender” for two compilations: http://www.crid.or.cr/crid/ing/documentos_predefinidos_ing.html#genero. : http://www.crid.or.cr/crid/ing/bases_datos_desastres_ing.html
University of Colorado Natural Hazards Library. Self- and custom-searchable electronic data base with strong gender collection:

http://ibs.colorado.edu/hazards/Library/Hazlit/NatHazSearch.php
Women and Children in Disasters, 1996. PAHO Regional Disaster Documentation Center, 1995; Bibio Des No. 19, 19 pp. This partially annotated bibliography contains approximately 150 references to materials that examine the impacts of disasters on women and children as well as their roles in community preparedness in the home and community. Roughly one-half of the citations are in Spanish with the remainder written in English. Available through PAHO: http://www.crid.or.cr/crid/eng/services/services.htm
Gender and Humanitarian Assistance: A Select Annotated Bibliography, 1994. Prepared by BRIDGE for US AID. Available through the Institute of Development Studies: http://www.ids.ac.uk/bridge/Reports/bb3c.pdf.

Networks and Initiatives
Disaster Watch, an initiative of the Huariou Commission to support the growth & development of women - centered community based, post disaster response. Co-ordinated by Swayam Shikshan Prayog, India. For updates, resources, advocacy and action: http://www.disasterwatch.net/

Gender and Disaster Network, an international network of academics, practitioners and policy makers in support of gender equality in disaster risk reduction. On-line publications and reports, member information, and listserv: http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/geography_research/
Related Topics [new section for users who forward materials on closely related themes]
Martin, Susan. 2004. Refugee Women (2nd ed.). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Division for the Advancement of Women. Susan Martin, lead author. 2005. World Survey on the Role of Women Development: Women and International Migration. New York: United Nations. Related materials available through the Women’s Commission on Refugee Women and Children: www.womenscommission.org.



Note: This bibliography was compiled by Elaine Enarson [eenarson@earthlink.net] with preference to accessible English-language publications that directly address gender relations in the construction of disaster risk and the social experience of disaster events. Help make this a collaborative GDNetwork project by e-mailing me additional citations, especially from outside the US and especially on mitigation and vulnerability reduction. Last updated July 8, 2005.



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