IRDR Young Scientist Co-edited "Disaster Governance in India"
07 November 2017

IRDR Young Scientist Abhinav Walia, a PhD Researcher at University of Newcastle, Australia and former faculty member at Centre for Disaster Management, LBSNAA, India, has co-edited a book titled “Disaster Governance in India – Vol-4.” The book is compilation of four field based case studies on various disasters happened in India. All the studies have lesson learnt component with what went wrong and guidance on further improvement on Disaster Governance. This is a well documented best practices that can circulated widely for creation of awareness at all levels.

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