The symbiotic relationship between the humanitarian sector and those who document its work is by no means an easy one. This point seems likely to be made again with Fatal Assistance, a documentary by Raoul Peck due to screen in … Continue reading
Posted in Eleanor Davey, Forum, Reflections, Research
Tagged Africa, children, film, humanitarianism, media, NGO history, United Kingdom, voluntary sector
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Leo Enticknap, University of Leeds In his Philosophy of Audiovisual Archiving, the only full-length work to have been written dealing specifically with the ethics of moving image archiving, Ray Edmondson defines the ‘ultimate ethical issue for the audiovisual archivist’ as ‘discouraging … Continue reading