Makes an attempt to shift the ways disasters have usually been managed away from authoritarian, top-down methods toward much more bottom-up and inclusive procedures often contain incorporating viewpoints from marginalised and vulnerable groups. Just lately as part of this approach, there have been phone calls for greater inclusion of Indigenous peoples in disaster management. In concept, this also implies a change in electrical power structures, toward recognising Indigenous peoples as experts in disaster administration. Nonetheless, in common creativeness and policy Indigenous peoples typically appear to be caricatured and misrepresented, for instance by means of tropes of Indigenous peoples as custodians of the environment or specially susceptible to environmental improve. These framings subject due to the fact they can consequence in disaster administration policies and procedures that do not capture Indigenous peoples’ complicated realities. On the other hand, these framings have not been analysed in the context of disasters. In this write-up, we intention to far better comprehend these framings by a significant discourse assessment of how Indigenous peoples in disasters are represented in the expert information media. We recognize five discourses, including a dominant one particular of disasters as normal phenomena to be tackled by way of humanitarianism and technocratic interventions. These kinds of discourses render Indigenous peoples helpless, depoliticize disasters and are justified by framing governments and NGOs as caring for Indigenous peoples. Nonetheless, we also discover competing discourses that target on systems of oppression and self-determination in disaster management. These discourse recognise disasters as political and include dialogue of the purpose of colonialism in disaster development. As care emerged as a usually means by means of which intervention was justified, we conclude by inquiring concerns of who is cared for/about in disasters and how that care is performed.