Narrow leadership, poor decisions

What happens when an entire population group is absent from decision making forums? It makes it possible to forget them. The people who are most affected and should be central considerations in emergency responses are left out, and that means poor decisions are made. At best they are remembered later, and the response is retrofitted in some way to include them.

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Topics:
Emergency management

Author:
Christina Ryan

Source:
Disability Leadership Institute

Date published:
Sat 29th Aug, 2020