Spheres of Dialogue: Giving Humanitarians on the Frontlines the Space to Talk Online

By Claude Bruderlein

Humanitarian workers must often strike a difficult balance between assisting those in need, while remaining safe and keeping their humanitarian principles intact. To do this, they must negotiate for access and protection with a variety of counterparts. If negotiations fail, people affected by armed…

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