“A Light in the Dark”: REFUNITE’s Story in the 2016 MIPJ Edition on Refugees, IDPs and Statelessness
Giulia Balestra
Posted by Giulia Balestra
Dec 1 16

REFUNITE is featured in the newly released MIPJ journal on “Refugees, IDPs and Statelessness”. MIPJ is an annual publication at the intersection of media and international relations, focusing on the role of information during and in the aftermath of humanitarian crises. “A light in the Dark”: REFUNITE’s Story in the 2016 MIPJ Edition on Refugees, IDPs and … Continue reading “A Light in the Dark”: REFUNITE’s Story in the 2016 MIPJ Edition on Refugees, IDPs and Statelessness

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REFUNITE is featured in the newly released MIPJ journal on “Refugees, IDPs and Statelessness”. MIPJ is an annual publication at the intersection of media and international relations, focusing on the role of information during and in the aftermath of humanitarian crises.

“A light in the Dark”: REFUNITE’s Story in the 2016 MIPJ Edition on Refugees, IDPs and Statelessness

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11th of November, 2016 – The newly released MIPJ journal on “Refugees, IDPs and Statelessness” features an in-depth interview with REFUNITE’s co-founder David Mikkelsen. The interview, by MIPJ correspondent Sean Mullan, explores how technology is disrupting humanitarian aid and emergency response.

“A Light in the Dark: How REFUNITE Shows the Aid Community the Difference Between Aid and Empowerment”  is now available here. You can also purchase the full print edition of MIPJ 2016 here. MIPJ is an annual publication, which explores the role of media and information during humanitarian crises.

 

30th of November, 2016.

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