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Is The Internet Misleading Us About Conflict Casualty Figures?
A research paper by Mary Grace Flaherty and Leslie F. Roberts published by Conflict and Health looks at the accuracy of internet search results relating to death r (More)
New Report Looks at How Africa Is Depicted in the Media
The Africa Narrative is a global initiative aiming to engage the world in new stories of Africa by showcasing its arts, media and entertainment, busine (More)
How do perceptions of Islam influence humanitarian donations towards Muslim charities and refugees?
We summarise a recent research article on the relationship between perceptions of Islam and charitable giving. By Carolina Are Does Islamophobia influence charitable giving? Are American households less willing to donate to charities that predo (More)
Extremist groups and their communications strategies: influencing journalists in times of conflict
Just over a month ago, the Nigerian Military raided the offices of a leading Nigerian newspaper over their reporting of t (More)
Humanitarian dogs and drones: non-human humanitarians
A research article by Dr. More)
A special issue of Disasters looks at "Gender, sexuality, and violence in humanitarian crises"
A special issue of the Disasters journal published at the start of 2018 looks at the complexity of tackling gender-based violence (GBV) in humanitarian scenarios. We summarise its main talking points here. [caption id="attachment_1134" align="alig (More)
Celebrity authors, humanitarian narratives, and the role of literature in world crises
A recent research article looks at the role of literature in raising awareness of world crises. We summarise its key findings. By Carolina Are From 2008 to 2010, MSF sent eight well-known Spanish-speaking authors to cover forgotten conflicts acro (More)
How Do NGOs Attract News Coverage in a Digital News Landscape?
Guest Post by Ruth Moon How do NGOs work to attract news coverage in a shifting and increasingly digitally enabled news landscape? That is the question that motivated my research, More)
5 Humanitarian Newsletters You Should Sign Up For
Following the success of our summer post recommending the top 20 humanitarian Twitter accounts to follow, we asked (More)
Q&A on Digital Humanitarians with Researcher Wendy Norris
New technologies have enabled virtual volunteers to collect and share situational information during natural and human-caused disasters. We spoke to Wendy Norris, author of the paper Digital Humanitarians - Citizen journalists on the virtual front li (More)
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