The study “Resolving post-disaster displacement: Insights from the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda)” examines the question of durable solutions to displacement in the Philippines 1.5 years after the devastating typhoon that rocked the country. This interactive highlights the key findings from the study, which draws on the results of focus groups in affected communities, site visits, in-depth interviews and a survey of households in Tacloban and other areas of Region VIII in the Philippines.
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[President Trump’s public showmanship on North Korea] is creating a huge buzz where everyone wants to know what’s going on and what comes next...It’s a very dramatic way of conducting foreign policy and national security. But it creates a thin veneer of understanding. It’s mostly about symbolism...[Trump’s focus is] very much getting the public involved and invested in what’s going on. That’s the way you shape the narrative...[South Korea President] Moon is doing something similar. By televising the summit, televising the meetings, he’s creating an intimacy between the viewer and the object.