In/visible conflicts: NGOs and the visual politics of humanitarian photography

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Dencik, Lina; Allan, Stuart;

This article examines the diverse factors shaping NGO involvement with humanitarian\ud photography, paying particular attention to co-operative relationships with\ud photojournalists intended to facilitate the generation of visual coverage of crises\ud otherwise margina... View more
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