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One year on from a UK theatre tour that used the classics to give voice to Syrian refugees, this guest blog by the producer speaks about how drama can fulfil a duty 'to let the victims speak'
What now needs to be done to make humanitarian aid much more participatory? The 12 Essentials as suggested at the joint Global Forum organised by the CDAC Network and the Standing Committee on Humanitarian Response in Bangkok, May 2017
CDAC Network's Angela Rouse writes about the insights on rumours she gained working the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and the motivation for producing the new #RumourGuide.
A new practice guide from the Communicating with Disaster Affected Communities Network examines rumours and how to work with them.
When disasters hit people need good information as well as food, water and shelter. What should they do to be safe, are loved ones alive and where can they receive help? As relief arrives, communication, listening and engagement with those most affected is essential to help create a better and more accountable response. See why here. (Image: Action Aid)
CDAC Network's Angela Rouse writes about the insights on rumours she gained working the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and the motivation...
How Community Engagement in the midst of a disaster is being prepared for in the Philippines
Lifeline Communication approaches teach how media can become life savers and ‘do no harm’ in the most extreme of disasters.
Socially excluded and stateless, but their video makes a powerful case for listening to their solutions
The CDAC Network is a growing platform of more than 30 humanitarian, media development, social innovation, technology, and telecommunication organisations, dedicated to saving lives and making aid more effective through communication, information exchange and community engagement.