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Image & Acceptance – Being a Political Agent

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25 January 2021
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Image & Acceptance – Being a Political Agent

In this Red R ‘taking point’ video John Ryle from Rift Valley Institute discusses being a political agent. John highlights the need for humanitarian organisations to understand that they are perceived as political agents when supplying aid in a conflict zone. 

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