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'We always come last': Deaf people are vulnerable to disaster risk but excluded from preparedness

By Emma Calgaro, Research Associate, Sydney Policy Lab, University of Sydney
Dale Dominey-Howes, Professor of Hazards and Disaster Risk Sciences, University of Sydney
Leyla Craig, PhD student, University of Sydney
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Those with disaster experience said they hadn't received proper warnings, which led to confusion, helplessness and panic. There was a sense that 'we always come last'.

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