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Can I use this picture?

This is a cross-post by Laura Pohl who works at the Bread for the World. The post is a summary of the latest Humanitarian Photography group meeting.

Aid, ethics, photography and informed consent

There’s a great, ongoing discussion happening around aid and development and the ethics of using photographs and other media and stories about people INGOs and NGOs are working with (a.k.a beneficiaries, clients, participants). The discussions are organized by CORE Group in DC.

Strengthening National Child Protection Systems in Sub Saharan Africa

Starting yesterday (I’m late on writing about this one!) people from across the African continent are meeting at the Conference on Child Protection Systems Strengthening in Sub-Saharan Africa in Dakar, Senegal, to discuss how child protection systems work effectively in the African context. Follow the conference at the

Children’s participation in preventing violence against children (VAC)

This is a guest post by Alana Kapell. Alana has recently joined the Office of the Special Representative on Violence against Children as the children’s participation expert.

Can mobile phone apps prevent violence against women?

In this guest post, Keshet Bachan, gender equality activist and blogger at Girls Report, questions whether mobile phone applications addressing street violence are an effective way to prevent violence against women. What do you think? 

Mobile tech and child protection in West Africa

Last October, UNICEF West Africa wrote up a nice briefing note on mobile tech and its relevance in child protection programming. You can download it here.

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