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Gibson, 2012 Gibson, T. (2012). Building collaboration through shared actions: The experience of the global network for disaster reduction. Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies, 4(1), Art. #48, 6 pages. doi:10.4102/jamba.v4i1.48.
Gibson, 2012 Gibson, T. (2012). Horizontal learning and social media in an International Development Network. Ph.D. thesis, Manchester University, UK.
Gibson, 2013 Gibson, T. (2013). Building community-led resilience: Enabling conditions to improve CSO capacities. Civicus State of Civil Society Report. pp 209–216. Retrieved from http://inventing-futures.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/2013StateofCivilSocietyReport_TDG.pdf. Accessed on September 26, 2018.
Gibson, 2015 Gibson, T. (2015). Reflective practitioners: The importance of critical thought for change agents. Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies, 7(1), Art. #128, 6 pages. doi:10.4102/jamba. v7i1.128.
Gibson, 2017 Gibson, T. (2017). NGOs doing disaster risk reduction including climate change. In I. Kelman & J. Mercer (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of disaster risk reduction including climate change adaptation (pp. 352–362). London: Routledge.
Gibson, 2019 Gibson, T. , & Norton, J. (Guest Editors). (2019). Disaster prevention: Doing it differently by rethinking the nature of knowledge and learning. Journal of Disaster Prevention and Management, 28(1, Special Journal Issue on Local Learning and Action), 2–142.
Gibson, T. , Pelling, M. , Ghosh, A. , Matyas, D. , Siddiqi, A. , Solecki, W. , … Du Plessis, R. (2016). Pathways for transformation: Disaster risk management to enhance resilience to extreme events. Journal of Extreme Events, 3(1), Article 671002.
Gibson, 2016 Gibson, T. , & Wisner, B. (2016). Let’s talk about you …”: Opening space for local experience, action and learning in disaster risk reduction. Disaster Prevention and Management , 25(5), 664–684.
Gibson, 2019 Gibson, T. , & Wisner, B. (2019). Global overview of the role of NGOs in Natural Hazard Governance. In Oxford Research Encyclopaedia: Natural Hazard Science. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
- 1 Evolution of the Industry History of INGOs
- 2 The Whole World Has Changed
- 3 ‘When There's a Crash, Blame the Pilot’ Local Failings or Broader Problem?
- 4 The Architecture of the Industry ‘Show Me the Money’
- 5 Before You Can Agree a Goal, You Have to Decide Who Should Agree a Goal
- 6 Learning from the Local
- 7 Which End of the Telescope?
- 8 Turning INGOs Upside Down
- Conclusion Rebuilding
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