'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
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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- Wednesday, April 28, 2021