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From face-to-face to face-to-screen: remote management, effectiveness and accountability of humanitarian action in insecure environments

Published:
25 August 2016
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Africa, Asia
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From face-to-face to face-to-screen: remote management, effectiveness and accountability of humanitarian action in insecure environments

This article by Antonio Donini and Daniel Maxwell (2014) provides a first attempt at analysing the complex set of issues around remote management practices in insecure environments and their increased use. It looks at definitions and reviews existing published and grey literature on remote management and related practices. On the basis of interviews it provides an assessment of current remote management practices, with a particular focus on Afghanistan and Somalia.

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