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Four Conversations with Canadian Communications Officers
Dominique Marshall

are of use for the individuals they serve’: teachers and community workers. Note on the Visual Communication of Histories of Humanitarian Agencies At many points in these conversations, the interests of Communications Officers and historians of visual communications came together. Sara Falconer recalled how, in 2015, ‘because the history of the values and principles of the Red Cross is such an important part of our brand’, she participated in the ‘Canadian Red Cross Digital History Project’ which asked Canadians to share ‘their own Red Cross artifacts or

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
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Turkic Muslim camp workers, subjection, and active witnessing
Darren Byler

pressure are lifted, the loyalty of collaborators to state power may be revealed for what it is: a mimicry of the colonizer produced through subjugation. In contemporary Northwest China, Uyghurs and Kazakhs are interrogated by state proxies on a daily basis. In a literal sense, this is expressed through forms of interrogation where they are stopped, identified, detained, and interrogated. Most often these encounters are brief, with very few words exchanged. Instead their digital history contained in their smartphone, the biometric tracking of their

in The Xinjiang emergency