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AidSource: The Humanitarian Social Network
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Aid/NGO worker based in the field, Aid/NGO worker based in HQ or a Regional Office, Educator, Researcher, Aid Critic
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This is the general administrative account/profile for AidSource: The Humanitarian Social Network. The three creator admins use this account to create groups, publish general content, and generally moderate activity on this network.

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Volunteer recruitment for AidSource

Posted on November 24, 2014 at 7:05pm 0 Comments

We’re recruiting a volunteer to help manage and run AidSource. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to gain experience in community engagement, social media, communications or partnerships. If this sounds like you, please review the position description, and send your resume and a cover letter describing your vision for the AidSource community (max. 600 words) to info[AT]whydev[DOT]org by 4 December 2014.…

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Public Service Announcement: AidSource under new management, effective immediately

Posted on November 12, 2014 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

The founders and owners of AidSource: The Humanitarian Social Network would like to announce that, effective immediately, AidSource will be owned, maintained and moderated by our friends and aid blogosphere colleagues at WhyDev.org.

Some of you will wonder why. The answer is that over the past year each of us have made significant changes in…
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The Myth of "The Field"

Posted on January 6, 2014 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

Many thanks to our friends over at WhyDev.org for publishing the original version of this post, a few hours ago: Read the original!

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The myth of “the field”



A few months ago I wrote a little rant about “the field.” Continuing that…

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What Aid Workers Want

Posted on December 14, 2013 at 7:00pm 0 Comments

I love our friends over at The Guardian’s Global Development Professionals Network. Seriously, I do. But their December 6 piece about “what to give the aid worker in your life” this Christmas felt rather like an early draft of the screenplay…

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At 4:29am on February 14, 2012, Rhodri C Williams said…

Hi, I just joined, this looks very interesting. I'm not really your typical target audience, being based in the Nordics with distant field experience in a relatively comfortable place (Bosnia). I'm also a bit more on the early recover/TJ side than dealing with humanitarian crises in any direct and meaningful sense. That said, I run a blog on land and property issues in humanitarian and development settings (link below) and would be happy to help contribute to starting a group on this topic on AidSource. I'm also kind of an IT dinosaur so I haven't really figured out how to go about it on my own!

Your advice welcome!

Rhodri C. Williams

http://terra0nullius.wordpress.com/

 
 
 

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