Tuvalu: The Maneaba

Publications

  • Corruption Costs Lives

    2011
    A guide for journalists covering disaster risk reduction
    Annex III, pp183-185
    United Nations: International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR)
  • Participatory action research for dealing with disasters on Small Island Developing States

    2011
    Island Studies Journal - Vol. 6, No. 1, May 2011 Pages 59 - 86
    Institute of Island Studies at the University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
    Ilan Kelman, James Lewis, JC Gaillard, and Jessica Mercer
  • A Route to Freedom: Calais, Marienburg, Wittenberge.

    2011
    Submitted for translation and publication in Germany.
  • The Pat Reid Lecture 2010. Corruption: The hidden perpetrator of under-development and vulnerability to natural hazards and disasters

    2011
    Jàmbá
    Vol 3, No 2, pp 464-475
    African Centre for Disaster Studies, North West University, Potchefstroom, Republic of South Africa
    http://www.jamba.org.za/index.php/jamba/search/results
  • Cultures, contra-cultures and vulnerabilities

    2011
    Cultures and Disasters Conference 2011
    Centre for Interdisciplinary Research (ZiF)
    University of Bielefeld, Germany
  • Racial differentiation and social vulnerability in South Africa: Some elementary observations

    2011

  • Preservation or Conservation ?

    2011
    Issue 121 Autumn.
    All Around Marshfield
    Marshfield Publications
  • Climate-proofing development: corruption risks in adaptation infrastructure

    2011
    Global Corruption Report 2011
    Corruption & Climate Change; Part 5, Item 5.3
    Transparency International, Berlin
  • Is “fear itself” the only thing we have to fear?

    2011
    Explorations of psychology in perceptions of the vulnerability of others
    2011-3, pp 89-103.
    The Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies
    (with Ilan Kelman and Sarah A V Lewis).
  • Vulnerability, fear, denial and the social geography of risk

    2010
    Invited Paper delivered at the 2010 Annual Conference of the Disaster Management Institute of Southern Africa, Jeffrey’s Bay.
    Disaster Management Institute of Southern Africa

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