Humanitarianism 2.0

Ruth Daniel, James Thompson, Ines Soria-Donlan

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It is difficult to overstate the importance of trust in a world where global networks facilitate the constant flow of contradictory information. The search for verifiable leads and trusted sources is a central facet of daily communication and is becoming more so as our connections with one another become more decontextualised,
geographically distant and, increasingly entirely virtual. The swell of internet connection rates across the world has meant an explosion of interaction and allowed new opportunities for global collective action. Whilst countless words have been written exploring the dangers of this global network and the threats that “new media” represents to social structures and moral fabrics, this collection seeks to explore the role that new social technologies are having in the world of humanitarianism and conflict response.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-102
JournalGlobal Policy
Publication statusPublished - Sept 2015


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