Monthly Archives: October 2013

The role of donors in enhancing quality and accountability in humanitarian aid

by Corinna Kreidler , ECHO The fact that the international humanitarian system is not delivering the quality of aid it is supposed to pushes all of us to look at what has to change. This article focuses on what donors … Continue reading

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Corruption in the NGO world: what it is and how to tackle it

by Jérôme Larché , Grotius International   Corruption is a sensitive issue in the NGO world. Humanitarian actors need to understand what corruption is, recognise the forms it can take in humanitarian response, determine its true scale and better understand … Continue reading

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Exploring the issues of the effect the media & publicity has on investigations

I’m looking forward to attending this important seminar in central London. These are very important issues, I’m pleased to see they are being openly discussed.     Trial by Media, False Appeals by Apparent Victims of Crime, Citizen Journalism and Wrongful Convictions and … Continue reading

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