SASDiR Biannual Conference 2014
The second Biannual Conference of SASDiR will be held from 6-8 October 2014 in Windhoek Namibia and will be hosted by the University of Namibia. Take a look at the website and don’t forget to submit an abstract.
Beginning in 2014 the ACDS started presenting a new postgraduate diploma on disaster risk studies. Completing this diploma will make it easier for candidates to enrol in the Masters Degree in Development and Management (Disaster Studies).
Knowledge Shop for Disaster Reduction now live!!
The Knowledge Shop for DRR is now accessible online. This project, sponsored by USAID is now open for downloads. To access the Knowledge Shop you are required to register and logon. Registration is free. Once registered a link to the Knowledge Shop will appear on the navigation menu to the left under "About".
What is this "shop" all about?
Who may use it?
What does it all mean?
Most recent peer reviewed publications by ACDS staff and associates:
Environmental Impact Assessment Review
Social impact assessment: the lesser sibling in the South African EIA process?
Luke A. Sandham & Leandri Hildebrandt
Disaster Prevention and Management
Volume 22, No. 4, 2013
Christo Coetzee & Dewald van Niekerk
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction
Intra-governmental coordination for sustainable disaster recovery: A case-study of the Eden District Municipality, South Africa
Emmanuel Raju & Dewald van Niekerk
Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies
Volume 5, No. 2, 2013
Land tenure insecurity, vulnerability to climate-induced disaster and opportunities for redress in Southern Africa
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