We offer support and information for the bereaved and survivors of major disasters that occur in the UK and overseas. If you have been affected by a disaster, you may find our series of free leaflets useful:
Disaster Action members are shocked and saddened by the attack and loss of life at the Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan. The badge on the children's school sweatshirts reads: 'I will arise and shine'. Such a tragic waste of young lives. Our hearts are with the families and friends of those who were killed, and with those who survived the shootings.
18 December 2014
You can read Edie Fassnidge's interview about her experiences of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami in the Guardian as well as an extract from Edie's forthcoming graphic novel about what happened, Rinse, Spin, Repeat at https://www.bing.com/search?setmkt=en-GB&q=Edie+Fassnidge+Guardian
5 December 2014
Pam Dix had the opportunity to participate in BBC Radio 4's Midweek programme on Wednesday 19 November, to talk about Collective Conviction.
The programme can be heard at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04p86zd.
19 November 2014
Disaster Action is delighted to announce the publication by Liverpool University Press of Collective Conviction: The Story of Disaster Action, written by Vice Chair Anne Eyre and Executive Director Pam Dix. The book encapsulates the corporate memory of our charity, telling the story of how Disaster Action came into being and what we have achieved, through the experiences of our members. For information about the book and how to purchase it please see: Collective Conviction: The Story of Disaster Action (Liverpool University Press).
10 October 2014