How do disasters change us?
A disaster response expert tells us about the long shadow of Hillsborough
Dear members — today’s story is about Lucy Easthope, a leading disaster responder and planner, whose work has taken her through some of the most devastating events of the 21st century. Growing up in the shadow of the Hillsborough tragedy, her life and work has been centred around how families recover, and what disasters can do to a community. Mollie spoke to her ahead of her book launch this evening — more details on that below.
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