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Kashmir Floods: “Please Don’t Panic, We Will Reach You”

by Lubna Reshi -Indian-administered Kashmir- Srinagar is not the same as when I left in mid-August. I feel like I have returned to a warzone. Devastation […]

Feature Articles, Kashmir, Natural Disasters, The World

Floods, Drought, and Displacement Hit Pakistan’s Women Hardest

by Sarah Irving –UK– The monsoon floods in Pakistan have killed thousands and affected an estimated twenty million people across several provinces. According to development organizations […]

Feature Articles, Housing, Natural Disasters, NGO's, Pakistan, The World, Violence Against Women

Hands On in Haiti: Defying Disaster and Questioning Humanitarianism

by Michelle Chen –USA– It’s been weeks since I left Haiti, but the fractured images of the ruined city replay themselves like a battered flipbook. Speeding […]

Feature Articles, Haiti, Natural Disasters, NGO's, The World

Mine: The Pets That Hurricane Katrina Left Behind

by Jessica Mosby – USA – The most emotionally and politically-charged documentary of the year is about a surprisingly original subject: the domestic pets that were […]

Animals & Environment, Arts & Culture, Feature Articles, Film Festivals, Films & Documentaries, Natural Disasters, New Orleans, United States

Vanishing City: Post-Katrina Redevelopment Excludes “poor and working-class”

by Michelle Chen – USA – Feb. 5th – Today marks Fat Tuesday in New Orleans and the most celebrated day of Mardi Gras festivities. As […]

Business & Economy, Feature Articles, Housing, Natural Disasters, New Orleans, Politics & Democracy, Poverty, United States

Zambia Floods

by Delphine Zulu – Zambia – This year, MORE than 4,000,000 Zambian people, especially in rural areas, will be affected by hunger and will need immediate […]

Feature Articles, Natural Disasters, The World, Zambia