Summary – Issue N°8

 

Editorial

   
  D. Tan

P. Gallien

 

New technologies put to the test of humanitarian ethics p. 5
Perspectives
  N. Lemay-Hébert,

A. Martel

P. Robitaille

 

Haiti: tensions between aid relief and development in the health sector p. 18
Focus: The rise of new technologies: Utility, misuse and meaning
  E. Jané,

G. Foutry

S. Sanou

 

The use of digital tools at large scale: lessons from a health programme in Burkina Faso p. 40
  Le Roch, Dennefeld, Antoine, de Roquemaurel, Bureau et Ait-Aissa

 

The arbitration required between possibilities of new technologies and usefulness for populations p. 53
  N. A. Raymond et D. P. Scarnecchia

 

At the era of “humanitarian digitisation”, lifting the veil of newness p. 64
  M. de France

N.-F. Eissen

 

Fostering good practices in the use of information and communications technologies p. 73
  M. Hofman

 

Humanitarian drones: useful tool, toxic image p. 88
Transitions
  A. Boinet

B. Miribel

 

The Challenges of the new French Humanitarian strategy p. 102
Innovations      
  J. Alejandro

 

“The biggest area in which blockchain can help promote human rights is digital identity” p. 118
Reportage
  Entretien avec

Reza

 

An eye on the world p. 132
Culture
  Totally Brax Une brève histoire de l’humanitaire p. 161
  Livres The voice of the milieu p. 162
  “Within French diversity, I wanted to address Muslim humanitarian aid”    
      Going against the flow    
      Brauman: the maverick renegade of humanitarian aid    

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