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The emergence of electronic and social media has profoundly impacted the way the world comes to understand humanitarian crisis and response.  Within minutes after the 2010 Haiti earthquake, survivors took to social media to inform the world of the devastation that just took place in the island nation.  Iconic images from Typhoon more...

An aid worker’s security is influenced by who they are, where they are, and their role and organisation. A failure to account for how diversity in personal profiles impacts an individual’s security places not only the affected aid worker at risk, but also threatens their employing organisation.  Despite this diversity in risk,  more...
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This guest blog comes to us from Abdulrazzaq (Razzaq) al-Saiedi. The original version appeared on the Physicians for Human Rights blog.

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