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A Congolese Experience
Justine Brabant

French press gives the work of these good Samaritans its automatic blessing, a knee-jerk endorsement that contrasts sharply with some of the practices of the English-language press, for example. In 2010, the British daily The Guardian launched a ‘Global Development’ section that, although funded in part by an important player in the field (the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation), regularly presents content that is critical. 21 The Paradox of the

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Editor’s Introduction
Juliano Fiori

). Moyn , S. ( 2014 ), Human Rights and the Uses of History ( London : Verso ). Polanyi , K. ( 1957 ), The Great Transformation: The Political and Economic Origins of Our Time ( Boston : Beacon Press ). White House ( 2017 ), National Security Strategy of the United States of America , , first published online 18 December 2017 .

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Governing Precarity through Adaptive Design
Mark Duffield

An international research initiative run by the Development Learning Programme based at the University of Birmingham. See: . 9 By the same token, elites must have super-brains. 10 Since the mid 2000s, there has been a growing number of computer games and software programmes that claim to allow interested parties to experience what it is like to be a refugee or subject to a disaster. The Darfur content on Google Layers, for

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Sean Healy and Victoria Russell

Times , 15 December ,–11e6–9bca-2b93a6856354 (accessed 7 October 2020 ). Sarobmed ( undated ), ‘ Borderline-Europe: The Case of Cap Anamur ’, (accessed 26

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Sophie Roborgh

on Healthcare , International Peace Institute ( New York ), December 2017 . (accessed 11 July 2019 ). Elamein , M. et al. ( 2017 ), ‘Attacks against Health Care in Syria, 2015–16: Results from a Real

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Dominique Marshall

of information about development in Canadian schools during that period offer the historian a significant opportunity to study practical and ideological traditions of visual communications for pedagogical purposes among humanitarian agencies. The focus of historical inquiries of visual media is often on the content produced and the intended audience, with limited examination of those responsible for the logistics and pedagogical dimensions of the distribution of the materials. This article discusses the following aspects of the practices of CIDA: the purpose of

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Nazanin Zadeh-Cummings and Lauren Harris

: 10.1017/S0026749X18000550 . Korea Peace Now ( 2019 ), The Human Costs and Gendered Impact of Sanctions on North Korea (accessed 31 October 2019). Médecins Sans Frontières ( 2014 ), MSF and North Korea: 1995–1998 (accessed 31 October 2019). Noland , M. ( 2009 ), ‘ The (Non-) Impact of UN Sanctions on North

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Positioning, Politics and Pertinence
Natalie Roberts

. , Brown , H. and Borchert , M. ( 2020 ), ‘ What Do Adaptations Tell Us about the Production of Trust? Shifting the “Burden of Change” from People to the Response ’, Humanitarian Exchange, Number 77: Special Feature – Responding to Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo , (accessed

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Lessons Learned from an Intervention by Médecins Sans Frontières
Maria Ximena Di Lollo, Elena Estrada Cocina, Francisco De Bartolome Gisbert, Raquel González Juarez, and Ana Garcia Mingo

. , Litwin , C. , Hsu , A. T. , Schmidt , A. E. , Arling , G. and Fernández , J-L. ( 2020 ), ‘ Mortality Associated with COVID-19 in Care Homes: International Evidence ’, International Long-Term Care Policy Network , CPEC-LSE, 14 October,

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A Response to the Journal of Humanitarian Affairs Special Issue on Innovation in Humanitarian Action (JHA, 1:3)
Anna Skeels

the very culture and practice of providing humanitarian assistance. 3 Internews (2017), ‘Information Needs Assessment: Cox’s Bazar – Bangladesh, (accessed 11 November 2019). 4 Translators without Borders (2018), ‘The language Lesson: What We’ve Learned about Communicating with Rohingya Refugees’, (accessed 11 November 2019

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