The wave of reports about abuses perpetrated by aid sector workers in Haiti and elsewhere, including allegations of the abuse of children, should sadly come as little surprise.
- Rosa Freedman
- The Conversation
International actors frequently fall into the gaps between national, regional and international law, and therefore need internal measures to ensure that they adhere to international standards.
Unlike militaries, intergovernmental organisations or even private sector actors, NGOs frequently have weak or non-existent governance structures.
This extends to…