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Towards the end of 2016, a GRID Chile team began to shape what is now the Journal of Latin American Studies on Disaster Risk Reduction (REDER – ISSN: 0719-8477).

REDER is an initiative that seeks to become a reference for the Spanish-speaking scientific and professional community.

This journal specialises in theoretical and practical studies in the area of ​​disaster risks, addressing the various stages of risk management and related socio-environmental processes: response, rehabilitation, reconstruction, recovery, prevention, mitigation, preparation and alert. In the same way, the magazine seeks to reflect on relevant aspects such as the identification and assessment of the underlying factors of risk, the impacts of economic development, the weakness of governance, aspects of vulnerability and resilience of communities, the role of civil society, gender, crisis, risk communication, sociology of disasters, impacts of variability and climate change, among many other topics that today are required to investigate to expand theories, methodologies and practices that support the disciplinary advance in this subject and the disaster risk reduction.

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